In most of his Agronomy studies, his work intersects topics such as Litter. As part of his studies on Litter, Robert R. Sherlock frequently links adjacent subjects like Agronomy. Organic chemistry is closely attributed to Nitrification in his research. In his works, Robert R. Sherlock conducts interdisciplinary research on Soil water and Organic matter. He integrates Organic matter and Humus in his research. Robert R. Sherlock combines Humus and Forest floor in his research. His research brings together the fields of Soil water and Forest floor. His research on Ecology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Mineralization (soil science). Soil science is often connected to Lysimeter in his work.
His Organic chemistry study frequently links to related topics such as Nitrification. Robert R. Sherlock regularly ties together related areas like Pasture in his Agronomy studies. Robert R. Sherlock integrates many fields, such as Soil water and Soil organic matter, in his works. Robert R. Sherlock performs multidisciplinary studies into Soil organic matter and Soil science in his work. His Soil science study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Soil water. Environmental chemistry and Biochemistry are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Biochemistry and Environmental chemistry. Robert R. Sherlock performs integrative study on Nitrogen and Ammonium in his works. His Ammonium study often links to related topics such as Organic chemistry.
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Biochar induced soil microbial community change: Implications for biogeochemical cycling of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus
Craig R. Anderson;Leo M. Condron;Tim J. Clough;Mark Fiers.
Biochar adsorbed ammonia is bioavailable
Arezoo Taghizadeh-Toosi;Tim J. Clough;Robert R. Sherlock;Leo M. Condron.
Plant and Soil (2012)
Unweathered wood biochar impact on nitrous oxide emissions from a bovine-urine-amended pasture soil
Timothy J. Clough;Janet E. Bertram;Jessica L. Ray;Leo M. Condron.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2010)
Biochar incorporation into pasture soil suppresses in situ nitrous oxide emissions from ruminant urine patches.
Arezoo Taghizadeh-Toosi;Tim J. Clough;Leo M. Condron;Robert R. Sherlock.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2011)
Seasonal changes in soil phosphorus and associated microbial properties under adjacent grassland and forest in New Zealand
C.R Chen;C.R Chen;L.M Condron;M.R Davis;R.R Sherlock.
Forest Ecology and Management (2003)
Phosphorus dynamics in the rhizosphere of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) and radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don.)
Chengrong Chen;Chengrong Chen;L.M Condron;M. R. Davis;R.R. Sherlock.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2002)
Estimating a nitrous oxide emission factor for animal urine from some New Zealand pastoral soils
Cecile A. M. de Klein;Louise Barton;Robert R. Sherlock;Zheng Li.
Soil Research (2003)
Comparison of the effectiveness of a nitrification inhibitor, dicyandiamide, in reducing nitrous oxide emissions in four different soils under different climatic and management conditions
H. J. Di;K. C. Cameron;R. R. Sherlock.
Soil Use and Management (2007)
Effects of afforestation on phosphorus dynamics and biological properties in a New Zealand grassland soil
C. R. Chen;L. M. Condron;M. R. Davis;R. R. Sherlock.
Plant and Soil (2000)
Nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils in New Zealand—A review of current knowledge and directions for future research
Cecile A. M. de Klein;Robert R. Sherlock;Keith C. Cameron;Tony J. van der Weerden.
Journal of The Royal Society of New Zealand (2001)
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