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The Relative significance of iron-binding and aluminium-binding of phosphate in soils representative of the main N.Z. genetic groupings as revealed by fractionation methods and by phosphate fixation studies in the laboratory.
The Phosphate status of the soils of Riverhead forest in relation to the growth of radiata pine.
The Fate of applied phosphate in a N.Z. yellow-grey earth, as influenced by phosphate carriers and soil reactions.
Studies on the analytical geochemistry of uranium and associated elements in the Hawks Crag Breccia.
Structural, tectonic, and climatic control of the fluvial geomorphology of the Manawatu River west of the gorge.
Some effects of nitrate and ammonium nitrogen on mineral composition of pasture grasses.
Laboratory study on the fate and reactivity of phosphate added to yellow-brown pumice soils.
An Evaluation of fungal bioassay procedures for the assessment of soil phosphate status.
An Approach to a field drainage problem by laboratory examination of selected properties of undisturbed soil cores.
A Laboratory study of the behaviour of added phosphate in an allophanic soil.
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