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2005
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
2008
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
2009
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
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
Barnett CM, Bengough AG, McKenzie BM.  2009.  Quantitative image analysis of earthworm-mediated soil displacement. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:821-828.
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
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.
2010

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