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Journal Article

Button, E.S., Pett-Ridge, J., Murphy, D.V., Kuzyakov, Y., Chadwick, D.R. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Deep-C storage: Biological, chemical and physical strategies to enhance carbon stocks in agricultural subsoils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 170 . Art. 108697.

Cheng, H., Xing, D., Lin, S., Deng, Z., Wang, X., Ning, W., Hill, P.W., Chadwick, D.R. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Iron-Modified biochar strengthens simazine adsorption and decreases simazine decomposition in the soil. Frontiers in Microbiology, 13 . Art. 901658.

Chu, J., Zhou, J., Wang, Y., Jones, D.L., Ge, J., Yang, Y., Brown, R.W., Zang, H. and Zeng, Z. (2023) Field application of biodegradable microplastics has no significant effect on plant and soil health in the short term. Environmental Pollution, 316 (Pt. 1). Art. 120556.

Ding, F., Jones, D.L., Chadwick, D.R., Kim, P.Joo, Jiang, R. and Flury, M. (2022) Environmental impacts of agricultural plastic film mulch: Fate, consequences, and solutions. Science of The Total Environment, 836 . art. 155668.

Greenfield, L.M., Graf, M., Rengaraj, S., Bargiela, R., Williams, G., Golyshin, P.N., Chadwick, D.R. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Field response of N2O emissions, microbial communities, soil biochemical processes and winter barley growth to the addition of conventional and biodegradable microplastics. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 336 . Art. 108023.

Hillary, L.S., Adriaenssens, E.M., Jones, D.L. and McDonald, J.E. (2022) RNA-viromics reveals diverse communities of soil RNA viruses with the potential to affect grassland ecosystems across multiple trophic levels. ISME Communications, 2 (1). Art. 34.

Hoang, T.T.H., Do, D.T., Nguyen, H.N., Do, T.N. and Bell, R.W.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755 (2022) Improving irrigation, potassium and sulphur use efficiency of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) in tropical sandy soils. International Journal of Plant Production .

Hoang, T.T.H., Do, D.T., Vu, T.M., Do, H.T.P. and Bell, R.W.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755 (2022) Double pot technique for assessing deficiencies of potassium and sulfur on peanut (Arachis hypogaea) production in the sands of South-Central coastal Vietnam. Research on Crops, 23 (1). pp. 85-91.

Jones, C., Pino-Pasternak, D.ORCID: 0000-0002-1030-7458 and Volet, S.ORCID: 0000-0001-8450-6663 (2022) Embodied interaffectivity in the emergence and maintenance of group cohesion. Frontiers in Psychology, 13 . Art. 901658.

Li, K., Hayes, F., Chadwick, D.R., Wang, J., Zou, J. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Changes in microbial community composition drive the response of ecosystem multifunctionality to elevated ozone. Environmental Research, 214 (Pt. 4). Art. 114142.

Ma, Q., Bell, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755, Scanlan, C. and Neuhaus, A. (2022) Long-term rundown of plant-available potassium in Western Australia requires a re-evaluation of potassium management for grain production: A review. Crop and Pasture Science . Online Early.

Ma, Q., Pan, W., Tang, S., Chadwick, D.R., Wu, L. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Plants can access limited amounts of nitrogen- and sulphur-containing amino acids in soil owing to rapid microbial decomposition. Plant and Soil .

Miura, M., Jones, T.G., Ford, H., Hill, P.W. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Role of plants in determining the soil response to either a single freeze-thaw or dry-wet event. Applied Soil Ecology, 175 . Art. 104409.

Nayab, G., Zhou, J., Jia, R., Lv, Y., Yang, Y., Brown, R.W., Zang, H., Jones, D.L. and Zeng, Z. (2022) Climate warming masks the negative effect of microplastics on plant-soil health in a silt loam soil. Geoderma, 425 . Art. 116083.

Potts, J., Jones, D.L., Macdonald, A., Ma, Q. and Cross, P. (2022) Acetamiprid fate in a sandy loam with contrasting soil organic matter contents: A comparison of the degradation, sorption and leaching of commercial neonicotinoid formulations. Science of The Total Environment, 842 . Art. 156711.

Robins, K., Leonard, A.F.C., Farkas, K., Graham, D.W., Jones, D.L., Kasprzyk-Hordern, B., Bunce, J.T., Grimsley, J.M.S., Wade, M.J., Zealand, A.M. and McIntyre-Nolan, S. (2022) Research needs for optimising wastewater-based epidemiology monitoring for public health protection. Journal of Water and Health, 20 (9). pp. 1284-1313.

Viljoen, S.J., Brailsford, F.L.ORCID: 0000-0002-1088-3527, Murphy, D.V., Hoyle, F.C.ORCID: 0000-0001-6946-918X, Chadwick, D.R. and Jones, D.L. (2023) Leaching of phthalate acid esters from plastic mulch films and their degradation in response to UV irradiation and contrasting soil conditions. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 443 (Pt. B). Art. 130256.

Xing, D., Cheng, H., Ning, Z., Liu, Y., Lin, S., Li, Y., Wang, X., Hill, P., Chadwick, D. and Jones, D.L. (2022) Field aging declines the regulatory effects of biochar on cadmium uptake by pepper in the soil. Journal of Environmental Management, 321 . Art. 115832.

Yates, C.A., Johnes, P.J., Brailsford, F.L.ORCID: 0000-0002-1088-3527, Evans, C.D., Evershed, R.P., Glanville, H.C., Jones, D.L., Lloyd, C.E.M., Marshall, M.R. and Owen, A.T. (2022) Determining patterns in the composition of dissolved organic matter in fresh waters according to land use and management. Biogeochemistry . In Press.

Zhang, J., Ren, S., Xu, W., Liang, C., Li, J., Zhang, H., Li, Y., Liu, X., Jones, D.L., Chadwick, D.R., Zhang, F. and Wang, K. (2022) Effects of plastic residues and microplastics on soil ecosystems: A global meta-analysis. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 435 . Art. 129065.

Zhou, J., Jia, R., Brown, R.W., Yang, Y., Zeng, Z., Jones, D.L. and Zang, H. (2023) The long-term uncertainty of biodegradable mulch film residues and associated microplastics pollution on plant-soil health. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 442 . Art. 130055.

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