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Grover SPP, McKenzie BM, Baldock JA, Papst WA.  2005.  Chemical characterisation of bog peat and dried peat of the Australian Alps. Australian Journal of Soil Research. 43:963-971. Abstract
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McKenzie BM, Bengough AG, Hallett PD, Thomas WTB, Forster BP, McNicol JW.  2009.  Deep rooting and drought screening of cereal crops: A novel field-based method and its application.. Field Crops Research. 112:165-171. Abstract
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Barr P, McKenzie BM, Hallett PD.  2009.  Earthworms bring compacted and loose soils to a similar mechanical state. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:656-658. Abstract
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Wheaton AD, McKenzie BM, Tisdall JM.  2008.  Management to increase the depth of soft soil improves soil conditions and grapevine performance in an irrigated vineyard. Soil and Tillage Research. 98:68-80. Abstract
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Barnett CM, Bengough AG, McKenzie BM.  2009.  Quantitative image analysis of earthworm-mediated soil displacement. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:821-828.
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Ma'shum M, Tisdall JM, Borrell AK, McKenzie BM, Gill JS, Kusnarta IGM, Sukartono M, Van Cooten DE.  2009.  Rice responses to soil management in rice-based cropping system in the semi-arid tropics of southern Lombok, Eastern Indonesia. Field Crops Research. 110:197-206. Abstract
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McKenzie BM, K S, MacKenzie K, Peth S, Horn R.  2009.  Soil compaction by uniaxial loading and the survival of the earthworm Aporrectodea caliginosa. Soil and Tillage Research. 104:320-323.

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