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J. K. Syers mostly deals with Sorption, Inorganic chemistry, Inorganic phosphate, Soil water and Environmental chemistry. The concepts of his Inorganic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Goethite, Akaganéite, Pseudoboehmite and Chemisorption. His biological study deals with issues like Fractionation, which deal with fields such as Geochemistry, Sodium hydroxide and Soil chemistry.
J. K. Syers has included themes like Ionic strength, Oceanography and Earth science in his Soil water study. J. K. Syers performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Data interpretation and Soil science via his papers. His work on Inceptisol is typically connected to Simple as part of general Soil science study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Inorganic chemistry, Environmental chemistry, Sorption and Inorganic phosphate. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mineralogy, Agronomy and Phosphorite. The various areas that J. K. Syers examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Hydrous ferric oxides, Ionic strength and Desorption.
He works mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Organic phosphorus and, occasionally, Fractionation. His research integrates issues of Goethite, Langmuir and Chemisorption in his study of Sorption. His studies deal with areas such as Calcium carbonate and Soil science as well as Dissolution.
J. K. Syers mainly focuses on Soil water, Agronomy, Inorganic chemistry, Mineralogy and Environmental chemistry. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phosphorite and Dissolution. His study in the field of Grazing also crosses realms of Lime, Cycling and Research centre.
His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Ion exchange, Leaching and Sorption. He combines subjects such as Soil science and Inorganic ions with his study of Ion exchange. J. K. Syers interconnects Loam and Chemisorption in the investigation of issues within Sorption.
J. K. Syers focuses on Soil water, Inorganic chemistry, Sulfate, Sorption and Ion exchange. In general Soil water study, his work on Leaching, Ultisol and Oxisol often relates to the realm of Electric charge and Charge, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Many of his studies on Inorganic chemistry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Mineralogy.
Throughout his Sulfate studies, he incorporates elements of other sciences such as Calcium, Environmental chemistry, Ionic strength, Soil classification and Lessivage. The study incorporates disciplines such as Loam, Inorganic ions and Chemisorption in addition to Sorption. His Ion exchange study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil science and Soil pH.
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The fate of phosphorus during pedogenesis
T.W. Walker;T.W. Walker;J.K. Syers;J.K. Syers.
Phosphate Chemistry in Lake Sediments
J. K. Syers;R. F. Harris;D. E. Armstrong.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1973)
MECHANISMS OF PHOSPHATE SORPTION BY SOILS AND HYDROUS FERRIC OXIDE GEL
J. C. Ryden;J. R. McLAUGHLIN;J. K. Syers.
European Journal of Soil Science (1977)
Fractionation of soil inorganic phosphate by a modification of Chang and Jackson's procedure
J. D. H. Williams;J. K. Syers;T. W. Walker.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1967)
Fractionation of Inorganic Phosphate in Calcareous Lake Sediments1
J. D. H. Williams;J. K. Syers;R. F. Harris;D. E. Armstrong.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1971)
SORPTION OF INORGANIC PHOSPHATE BY IRON‐ AND ALUMINIUM‐ CONTAINING COMPONENTS
J. R. McLAUGHLIN;J. C. Ryden;J. K. Syers.
European Journal of Soil Science (1981)
Phosphorus inputs into a stream draining an agricultural watershed
A. N. Sharpley;J. K. Syers;P. W. O'Connor.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1976)
Phosphorus in Runoff and Streams
J.C. Ryden;J.K. Syers;R.F. Harris.
Advances in Agronomy (1974)
Cycling of nitrogen by surface-casting earthworms in a pasture ecosystem
J.K. Syers;A.N. Sharpley;D.R. Keeney.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (1979)
Potential role of earthworm casts for the phosphorus enrichment of run-off waters
A.N. Sharpley;J.K. Syers.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (1976)
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