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University of Tasmania

The relationship of soil wetness to soil strength in Red Ferrosols was compared between fields of well structuredto degraded soil structure. Soil structure was assessed using a visual rating. Soil resistance measurements were taken over a range of soil wetness, using a recording penetrometer. Readings were taken as the soil dried by evapotranspiration after both irrigation and rainfall events. ...

SUBJECT: visual scorecard; irrigation.; penetration resistance; root growth; 300101 soil physics

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University of Tasmania

SUBJECT: 300101 soil physics

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University of Tasmania

Soil genesis has been examined using field description, particle-size distributions, chemical properties, mineralogy and elemental distributions of five soil profiles developed on dolerite on Mt. Nelson and Tolmans Hill near Hobart in Tasmania. The soils form a sequence ranging from a Black Vertosol (P8) to four texture contrast soils, namely, a Eutrophic Brown Chromosol(P5), two Mottled-Subna ...

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified; dolerite; erosion; weathering; soil stratigrahpy

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The major repository of iodine and its source to the other domains in Earth's ecosphere are the oceans, and in particular their sediments. The planet's land surfaces are universally low in this element; they and associated life forms rely on the delivery of iodine from the ocean via the atmosphere. The many different chemical forms in which iodine is found are instrumental in facilitating its ...

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified

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University of Tasmania

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified

Thesis

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University of Tasmania

The behaviour of the residual herbicides clomazone, metribuzin, and pendimethalin was studied in four diverse Tasmanian cropping soils. The aim of this research was to identify the key soil properties and soil/herbicide reactions influencing the concentration of bioavailable herbicide in soils, and to use this information to develop management recommendations for the Tasmanian cropping industr ...

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified

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University of Tasmania

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified

Thesis

Thesis

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University of Tasmania

Tasmanian organic soils

di Folco, M [2007]

The character, extent and location of Tasmanian organic soils have been largelyoverlooked in Australian soil classification and taxonomy, with only a looseinterpretation of northern hemisphere organic soil classifications applied. The aim ofpresent work is to produce a classification of the organic soils, based on measurablesoil properties and to then relate the characteristic organic soil pro ...

SUBJECT: 300199 soil and water sciences not elsewhere classified

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University of Tasmania

Previous pilot brewing trials have demonstrated that in the absence of a molecular weight (MW) 12,000 (barley silica eluate (SE) protein),the beer brewed from the malt of these SE ve varieties formed less haze after accelerated ageing than beers brewed using SE +ve maltvarieties. The previously described SE protein was characterised using comparative two-dimensional (2-D) gel electrophoresis i ...

SUBJECT: 300201 plant biochemistry and physiology

Journal Article

Journal article

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University of Tasmania

Previous pilot brewing trials have demonstrated that in the absence of a molecular weight (MW) 12,000 (barley silica eluate (SE) protein),the beer brewed from the malt of these SE ve varieties formed less haze after accelerated ageing than beers brewed using SE +ve maltvarieties. The previously described SE protein was characterised using comparative two-dimensional (2-D) gel electrophoresis i ...

SUBJECT: barley trypsin inhibitor; haze; malt; 300201 plant biochemistry and physiology; protein

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