Dr Cameron Grant
|2016||Betti, G., Grant, C., Murray, R. & Churchman, G. (2016). Size of subsoil clods affects soil-water availability in sand-clay mixtures. Soil Research, 54, 3, 276-290.
|2015||Grant, C. D. & Groenevelt, P. H. (2015). Weighting the differential water capacity to account for declining hydraulic conductivity in a drying coarse-textured soil. Soil Research, 53, 4, 386-391.
|2015||Betti, G., Grant, C., Churchman, G. & Murray, R. (2015). Increased profile wettability in texture-contrast soils from clay delving: case studies in South Australia. Soil Research, 53, 2, 125-136.
|2015||Oliver, I., Grant, C. & Murray, R. (2015). Corrigendum to "Assessing effects of aerobic and anaerobic conditions on phosphorus sorption and retention capacity of water treatment residuals" [J. Environ. Manag. 92 (2011) 960-966]. Journal of Environmental Management, 153, 152-.
|2014||Azam, G., Grant, C. D., Murray, R. S., Nuberg, I. K. & Misra, R. K. (2014). Comparison of the penetration of primary and lateral roots of pea and different tree seedlings growing in hard soils. Soil Research, 52, 1, 87-96.
|2014||Azam, G., Murray, R. S., Grant, C. D. & Nuberg, I. K. (2014). Tolerance of young seedlings of different tree species and a cereal to poor soil aeration. Soil Research, 52, 8, 751-759.
|2013||Azam, M., Grant, C., Misra, R., Murray, R. & Nuberg, I. (2013). Growth of tree roots in hostile soil: A comparison of root growth pressures of tree seedlings with peas. Plant and Soil, 368, 1-2, 569-580.
|2013||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2013). Heave and heaving pressure in freezing soils: a unifying theory. Vadose Zone Journal, 12, 1, 1-11.
|2012||Azam, M., Grant, C., Nuberg, I., Murray, R. & Misra, R. (2012). Establishing woody perennials on hostile soils in arid and semi-arid regions - A review. Plant and Soil, 360, 1-2, 55-76.
|2011||Oliver, I., Grant, C. & Murray, R. (2011). Assessing effects of aerobic and anaerobic conditions on phosphorus sorption and retention capacity of water treatment residuals. Journal of Environmental Management, 92, 3, 960-966.
|2011||Field, D., Koppi, A., Jarrett, L., Abbott, L., Cattle, S., Grant, C. ... Weatherley, A. (2011). Soil Science teaching principles. Geoderma, 167-68, 9-14.
|2010||McBeath, T., Grant, C., Murray, R. & Chittleborough, D. (2010). Effects of subsoil amendments on soil physical properties, crop response, and soil water quality in a dry year. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 48, 2, 140-149.
|2010||Grant, C., Groenevelt, P. & Robinson, N. (2010). Application of the Groenevelt-Grant soil water retention model to predict the hydraulic conductivity. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 48, 5, 447-458.
|2004||Groenevelt, P., Grant, C. & Murray, R. (2004). On water availability in saline soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 42, 7, 833-840.
|2004||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2004). A new model for the soil-water retention curve that solves the problem of residual water contents. European Journal of Soil Science, 55, 3, 479-485.
|2004||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2004). Analysis of soil shrinkage data. Soil & Tillage Research, 79, 1, 71-77.
|2002||Grant, C., Groenevelt, P. & Bolt, G. (2002). On hydrostatics and matristatics of swelling soils. Geophysical Monograph Book Series, 129, 95-105.|
|2002||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2002). Curvature of shrinkage lines in relation to the consistency and structure of a Norwegian clay soil. Geoderma, 106, 3-4, 235-245.
|2002||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2002). Erratum: Curvature of shrinkage lines in relation to the consistency and structure of a Norwegian clay soil (Geoderma (2002) 106 (235-245)). Geoderma, 108, 1-2, 153-.
|2002||Suriadi, A., Murray, R., Grant, C. & Nelson, P. (2002). Structural stability of sodic soils in sugarcane production as influenced by gypsum and molasses. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 42, 3, 315-322.
|2001||Grant, C., Angers, D., Murray, R., Chantigny, M. & Hasanah, U. (2001). On the nature of soil aggregate coalescence in an irrigated swelling clay. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 39, 3, 565-575.
|2001||Groenevelt, P. & Grant, C. (2001). Re-evaluation of the structural properties of some British swelling soils. European Journal of Soil Science, 52, 3, 469-477.
|2001||Groenevelt, P., Grant, C. & Semetsa, S. (2001). A new procedure to determine soil water availability. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 39, 3, 577-598.
|2000||Noack, A., Grant, C. & Chittleborough, D. (2000). Colloid movement through stable soils of low cation-exchange capacity. Environmental Science & Technology, 34, 12, 2490-2497.
|1998||Ahmed, M., Grant, C., Oades, J. & Tarrant, P. (1998). Use of water treatment sludge. Water: Official Journal of the Australian Water and Wastewater Association, 25, 2, 11-15.|
|1995||Bernas, S., Oades, J., Churchman, G. & Grant, C. (1995). Comparison of the effects of latex and poly (DADMAC) on structural stability and strength of soil aggregates. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 33, 2, 369-380.
|1995||Grant, C., Watts, C., Dexter, A. & Frahn, B. (1995). An analysis of the fragmentation of remoulded soils with regard to self-mulching behaviour. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 33, 4, 569-583.
|1994||Kay, B., Dexter, A., Rasiah, V. & Grant, C. (1994). Weather, cropping practices and sampling depth effects on tensile strength and aggregate stability. Soil and Tillage Research, 32, 2-3, 135-148.
|1994||Baldock, J., Aoyama, M., Oades, J., Susanto, O. & Grant, C. (1994). Structural amelioration of a south australian red-brown earth using calcium and organic amendments. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 32, 3, 571-594.
|1994||Wenke, J. & Grant, C. (1994). The indexing of self-mulching behaviour in soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 32, 2, 201-211.
|1993||Grant, C. & Blackmore, A. (1993). Modifications to self mulching (Ism) behaviour and their implications. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 31, 5, 567-581.
|1992||Grant, C., Dexter, A. & Oades, J. (1992). Residual effects of additions of calcium compounds on soil structure and strength. Soil and Tillage Research, 22, 3-4, 283-297.
|1992||Grant, C. & Blackmore, A. (1992). Reply to the comment by K. J. Coughlan and U. P. P. Pillai-mcGarry. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 30, 3, 317-318.
|1991||GRANT, C. & FITZPATRICK, R. (1991). SELF-MULCHING AS A CLASSIFICATION CRITERION AT THE SUBGROUP OR FAMILY LEVEL. SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 55, 6, 1804-1805.|
|1990||Grant, C. & Dexter, A. (1990). Air entrapment and differential swelling as factors in the mellowing of moulded soil during rapid wetting. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 28, 3, 361-369.
|1990||GRANT, C., DEXTER, A. & HUANG, C. (1990). Roughness of soil fracture surfaces as a measure of soil microstructure. Journal of Soil Science, 41, 1, 95-110.
|1989||Grant, C. & Dexter, A. (1989). Generation of microcracks in moulded soils by rapid wetting. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 27, 1, 169-182.
|2008||Grant, C. & Groenevelt, P. (2008). Air permeability. In M. Carter & E. Gregorich (Eds.), Soil sampling and methods of analysis (pp. 803-809). USA: CRC Press.|
|2008||Grant, C. (2008). Soil shrinkage. In M. Carter & E. Gregorich (Eds.), Soil sampling and methods of analysis (pp. 727-741). Boca Raton, Florida, USA: CRC Press.|
|2002||Grant, C. & Coughlan, K. (2002). Estimation of the self-mulching characteristics of surface soils. In Soil Physical Measurement and Interpretation for Land Evaluation (pp. 370-372). Collingwood, Victoria: CSIRO Publishing.|
|2010||Grant, C., Groenevelt, P., Robinson, N. & Chahal, S. (2010). The matric flux potential as a measure of plant-available water in soils restricted by hydraulic properties alone. World Congress of Soil Science (WCSS). Brisbane, Australia.|
|2010||Nang, N., Grant, C. & Murray, R. (2010). An evaluation of plant available water during reclamation of saline soils: laboratory and field approaches. World Congress of Soil Science (WCSS). Brisbane, Australia.|
|2008||McBeath, T., Grant, C., Murray, R. & Chittleborough, D. (2008). Do subsoil amendments provide benefits for crop productivity and the environment?. Australian Agronomy Conference (AAC). Adelaide, Australia.|
|2004||Grant, C., Groenevelt, P. & Murray, R. (2004). On the lower limit of soil water availability in saline soils. Supersoil. Sydney.|
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