His primary areas of study are Soil water, Agronomy, Soil structure, Soil science and Geotechnical engineering. His studies in Soil water integrate themes in fields like Hordeum vulgare, Sorptivity, Ecosystem, Water content and Rhizosphere. His Agronomy research includes themes of Agroforestry, Agriculture, Soil biodiversity, Biogas and Bulk soil.
His studies deal with areas such as Resource, Intensive farming, Ecosystem services, Intercropping and Subsistence agriculture as well as Soil biodiversity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil classification, Soil biology and Soil fertility. His Soil science research includes elements of Environmental chemistry and Infiltration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Agronomy, Soil science, Soil structure and Geotechnical engineering. His studies examine the connections between Soil water and genetics, as well as such issues in Sorptivity, with regards to Wetting. Paul D. Hallett combines subjects such as No-till farming and Soil fertility with his study of Agronomy.
His Soil science research focuses on subjects like Infiltration, which are linked to Infiltrometer. His Soil structure study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Agronomy, Environmental chemistry, Soil science and Soil structure. His Soil water study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Subtropics, Mucilage and Exudate. His Agronomy study incorporates themes from Organic matter, Loam, Total organic carbon and Nitrate.
His studies in Loam integrate themes in fields like Rhizosphere, Bulk soil, Root hair and Hordeum vulgare. His work on Soil texture and Red soil as part of general Soil science research is frequently linked to Macropore and Water flow, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study in Soil structure is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Leaching, Soil properties, Radicle, Seedling and Paddy field.
His primary scientific interests are in Soil structure, Soil water, Loam, Rhizosphere and Leaching. The concepts of his Soil structure study are interwoven with issues in Agronomy, Crop rotation, Mineralogy, No-till farming and Vertisol. Paul D. Hallett performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Agronomy and Macropore via his papers.
His work on Soil contamination is typically connected to Water flow as part of general Soil water study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Loam research includes themes of Porosity, Exudate, Water retention, Soil test and Mucilage. His work in Rhizosphere tackles topics such as Root hair which are related to areas like Soil horizon, Bulk soil, Analytical chemistry, Hordeum vulgare and Compaction.
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Root elongation, water stress, and mechanical impedance: a review of limiting stresses and beneficial root tip traits
A. Glyn Bengough;A. Glyn Bengough;B. M. McKenzie;P. D. Hallett;T. A. Valentine.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2011)
Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology.
Rob W. Brooker;Alison E. Bennett;Wen Feng Cong;Tim J. Daniell.
New Phytologist (2015)
Root‐ and microbial‐derived mucilages affect soil structure and water transport
S. Czarnes;P. D. Hallett;A. G. Bengough;I. M. Young.
European Journal of Soil Science (2000)
Modeling Soil Processes: Review, Key Challenges, and New Perspectives
H. Vereecken;A. Schnepf;J. W. Hopmans;M. Javaux.
Vadose Zone Journal (2016)
Changes to water repellence of soil aggregates caused by substrate-induced microbial activity
P. D. Hallett;I. M. Young.
European Journal of Soil Science (1999)
Three-dimensional Microorganization of the Soil–Root–Microbe System
Debbie S. Feeney;John W. Crawford;Timothy J. Daniell;Paul D. Hallett.
Microbial Ecology (2006)
Subcritical water repellency of aggregates from a range of soil management practices
Paul D. Hallett;T. Baumgartl;Iain M. Young.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2001)
Matching roots to their environment
Philip J. White;Timothy S. George;Peter J. Gregory;Peter J. Gregory;A. Glyn Bengough;A. Glyn Bengough.
Annals of Botany (2013)
Disentangling the impact of AM fungi versus roots on soil structure and water transport
Paul D. Hallett;Debbie S. Feeney;A. Glyn Bengough;Matthias C. Rillig.
Plant and Soil (2009)
Planting density influence on fibrous root reinforcement of soils
K. W. Loades;K. W. Loades;A. G. Bengough;M. F. Bransby;P. D. Hallett.
Ecological Engineering (2010)
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