Synchrotron Postdoctoral Fellow no. 3: Soil - organic matter fractionation using intact soil cores
Soil organic matter is an important contributor to soil health and crop production. This investment will develop Synchrotron methods to examine how changes in organic matter within the soil (for example, due to cropping frequency or incorporation of green manures) are related to differences in soil properties and root distribution.
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- Wheat, Canola/Rapeseed
- The University of Queensland
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