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Type: Journal article
Title: Soil chemistry: understanding phosphorus in the environment
Author: Milham, P.
Dougherty, W.
Morrison, J.
Clark, R.
Smernik, R.
Burkitt, L.
Collins, D.
Alvarez, R.
Doolette, A.L.
Citation: Chemistry in Australia, 2012; 2012(Jul):26-29
Publisher: Royal Australian Chemical Institute
Issue Date: 2012
ISSN: 0314-4240
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Paul Milham, Warwick Dougherty, John Morrison, Robert Clark, Ronald Smernik, Ashlea Doolette, Lucy Burkitt, Damian Collins, Rebeca Alvarez, Andrew Thomas
Abstract: It is an essential ingredient in food production, but poor management means bad news downstream. Understanding the way phosphorus behaves in the environment calls for soil and plant biology, and some new soil chemistry.
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