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  • Carbon balance of an intensively grazed temperate pasture in two climatically contrasting years

    Mudge, Paul Lawrence; Wallace, Dirk Fraser; Rutledge, Susanna; Campbell, David I.; Schipper, Louis A.; Hosking, C.L. (Elsevier, 2011)
    Grazed grasslands occupy 26% of the earth's ice free land surface and are therefore an important component of the global C balance. In New Zealand, pastoral agriculture is the dominant land use and recent research has shown ...
  • Changes in soil carbon stocks of New Zealand’s grazed pasture in response to variations in management and environmental factors.

    Kirschbaum, Miko U.F.; Rutledge, Susanna; Mudge, Paul Lawrence; Puche, Nicholas; Schipper, Louis A.; Campbell, David I. (Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand., 2015)
    Dairy farming is New Zealand‟s pre-eminent primary industry. It achieves large export earnings but is also responsible for a large proportion of the country‟s greenhouse gas emissions. One of those greenhouse gases is CO₂, ...
  • An introduction to the Australian and New Zealand flux tower network - OzFlux

    Beringer, Jason; Hutley, Lindsay B.; McHugh, Ian; Arndt, Stefan K.; Campbell, David I.; Cleugh, Helen A.; Cleverly, James; Resco de Dios, Víctor; Eamus, Derek; Evans, Bradley; Ewenz, Cacilia; Grace, Peter; Griebel, Anne; Haverd, Vanessa; Hinko-Najera, Nina; Huete, Alfredo; Isaac, Peter; Kanniah, Kasturi; Leuning, Ray; Liddell, Michael J.; Macfarlane, Craig; Meyer, Wayne; Moore, Caitlin; Pendall, Elise; Phillips, Alison; Phillips, Rebecca L.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Restrepo-Coupe, Natalia; Rutledge, Susanna; Schroder, Ivan; Silberstein, Richard; Southall, Patricia; Yee, Mei Sun; Tapper, Nigel J.; van Gorsel, Eva; Vote, Camilla; Walker, Jeff; Wardlaw, Tim (Copernicus Publications, 2016)
    OzFlux is the regional Australian and New Zealand flux tower network that aims to provide a continental-scale national research facility to monitor and assess trends, and improve predictions, of Australia's terrestrial ...
  • Photodegradation leads to increased carbon dioxide losses from terrestrial organic matter

    Rutledge, Susanna; Campbell, David I.; Baldocchi, Dennis; Schipper, Louis A. (Blackwell Publishing, 2009)
    CO₂ production in terrestrial ecosystems is generally assumed to be solely biologically driven while the role of abiotic processes has been largely overlooked. In addition to microbial decomposition, photodegradation – the ...

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  • Carbon inputs to soil from roots of two contrasting pasture swards

    McNally, Samuel Rae (University of Waikato, 2016)
    The soil carbon (C) pool is one of the largest pools of C in the terrestrial environment. Soil management strategies to increase soil C are of interest globally to reduce atmospheric CO₂ concentrations which are contributing ...