His main research concerns Biochar, Carbon, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Analytical chemistry. His study in Biochar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil conditioner, Nuclear chemistry, Corn stover and Charcoal. Ronald J. Smernik combines subjects such as Elemental analysis, Char and Mineralogy with his study of Carbon.
His research on Soil water focuses in particular on Soil organic matter. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Cellulose and Environmental chemistry. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates elements of Relaxation and Carbon-13 NMR.
His primary areas of study are Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Agronomy and Soil organic matter. His research in Soil water intersects with topics in Phosphorus, Nutrient and Analytical chemistry. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biosolids, Organic phosphorus and Soil classification.
His Organic matter research integrates issues from Sewage, Sorption, Carbon-13 NMR, Sewage treatment and Carbon. Ronald J. Smernik has included themes like Biomass and Cycling in his Agronomy study. His Soil organic matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil biology and Soil chemistry.
Ronald J. Smernik mainly investigates Soil water, Agronomy, Environmental chemistry, Phosphorus and Organic matter. Ronald J. Smernik works in the field of Soil water, namely Soil classification. The various areas that Ronald J. Smernik examines in his Agronomy study include Biomass, Soil phosphorus and Cycling.
His research integrates issues of Carbon, Organic phosphorus and Plant litter in his study of Environmental chemistry. His Phosphorus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bicarbonate, Phosphate and Compost. His Organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Soil organic matter, Bromodichloromethane, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry and Vertisol.
Ronald J. Smernik mainly focuses on Agronomy, Phosphorus, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Organic matter. His work on Compost as part of general Agronomy research is often related to Colonisation, thus linking different fields of science. His work deals with themes such as Fertilizer, Pasture, Chemical composition, Vineyard and Grazing, which intersect with Phosphorus.
His Soil water study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Nutrient. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Trihalomethane, Bromodichloromethane, Ammonia and Chemisorption. Ronald J. Smernik interconnects Covalent bond, Cycling, Nitrogen cycle, Nutrient cycle and Reactive nitrogen in the investigation of issues within Organic matter.
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Chemical composition and bioavailability of thermally altered Pinus resinosa (Red pine) wood
Jeffrey A Baldock;Ronald J Smernik.
Organic Geochemistry (2002)
An investigation into the reactions of biochar in soil
S. D. Joseph;M. Camps-Arbestain;Y. Lin;P. Munroe.
Soil Research (2010)
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire-derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
Karen Hammes;Michael W.I. Schmidt;Ronald J. Smernik;Lloyd A. Currie.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2007)
Biochar carbon stability in a clayey soil as a function of feedstock and pyrolysis temperature.
Bhupinder Pal Singh;Annette L. Cowie;Ronald J. Smernik.
Environmental Science & Technology (2012)
Long-term black carbon dynamics in cultivated soil
Binh Thanh Nguyen;Johannes Lehmann;James Kinyangi;Ron Smernik.
Chemical and structural properties of carbonaceous products obtained by pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonisation of corn stover
A. B. Fuertes;M. Camps Arbestain;M. Sevilla;J. A. Maciá-Agulló.
Soil Research (2010)
The chemical nature of P accumulation in agricultural soils—implications for fertiliser management and design: an Australian perspective
Mike J McLaughlin;Mike J McLaughlin;Therese M McBeath;Ron Smernik;Sam P Stacey.
Plant and Soil (2011)
Estimation of charcoal (char) in soils
J. O. Skjemstad;J. A. Taylor;R. J. Smernik.
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (1999)
The use of spin counting for determining quantitation in solid state 13C NMR spectra of natural organic matter: 1. Model systems and the effects of paramagnetic impurities
Ronald J. Smernik;J.Malcolm Oades.
Synthesis and characterisation of laboratory-charred grass straw (Oryza sativa) and chestnut wood (Castanea sativa) as reference materials for black carbon quantification
Karen Hammes;Ronald J. Smernik;Jan O. Skjemstad;Andreas Herzog.
Organic Geochemistry (2006)
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