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The Waimahia ash.
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.
An Evaluation of fungal bioassay procedures for the assessment of soil phosphate status.
Laboratory study on the fate and reactivity of phosphate added to yellow-brown pumice soils.
The Reactions and mechanisms of inorganic phosphate sorption by soils.
Sorption and desorption of inorganic phosphate by soils as influenced by inorganic and organic anions.
Effect of lime addition on the chemical extractability and plant availability of manganese, iron, zinc and copper in a range of New Zealand soils.
Hock Seng Ong
Interactions of molybdate and phosphate with soils.
An evaluation of the use of the electroultrafiltration technique to characterise the potassium status in three New Zealand soils.
Factors affecting the evaluation of phosphatic fertilisers under glasshouse conditions.
Quaternary geology (1)
Massey University (20)
University of Waikato (3)
Durham University, UK (1)
University of Auckland (1)
Victoria University of Wellington (1)
North Island (26)
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New Zealand (2)
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Lake Taupo (1)
Poverty Bay (1)
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