Andrew S Ball
Andrew S Ball
Distinguished Professor, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
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Soil type is the primary determinant of the composition of the total and active bacterial communities in arable soils
MS Girvan, J Bullimore, JN Pretty, AM Osborn, AS Ball
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (3), 1800-1809, 2003
8262003
Farm costs and food miles: An assessment of the full cost of the UK weekly food basket
JN Pretty, AS Ball, T Lang, JIL Morison
Food policy 30 (1), 1-19, 2005
6962005
Soil microbial community response to land use change in an agricultural landscape of western Kenya
DA Bossio, MS Girvan, L Verchot, J Bullimore, T Borelli, A Albrecht, ...
Microbial ecology 49 (1), 50-62, 2005
3082005
Trends in pesticide use and drivers for safer pest management in four African countries
S Williamson, A Ball, J Pretty
Crop protection 27 (10), 1327-1334, 2008
2932008
Kraft pulp biobleaching and mediated oxidation of a nonphenolic substrate by laccase from Streptomyces cyaneus CECT 3335
ME Arias, M Arenas, J Rodríguez, J Soliveri, AS Ball, M Hernández
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (4), 1953-1958, 2003
2822003
Soil health: A new challenge for microbiologists and chemists
ME Arias, JA González-Pérez, FJ González-Vila, AS Ball
International microbiology 8 (1), 13-21, 2005
2772005
Responses of active bacterial and fungal communities in soils under winter wheat to different fertilizer and pesticide regimens
MS Girvan, J Bullimore, AS Ball, JN Pretty, AM Osborn
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (5), 2692-2701, 2004
2092004
Algal growth control by a barley straw extract
AS Ball, M Williams, D Vincent, J Robinson
Bioresource Technology 77 (2), 177-181, 2001
1782001
Biological approaches to sustainable soil systems
N Uphoff, AS Ball, E Fernandes, H Herren, O Husson, M Laing, C Palm, ...
CRC Press, 2006
172*2006
Potential carbon mitigation and income in developing countries from changes in use and management of agricultural and forest lands
JO Niles, S Brown, J Pretty, AS Ball, J Fay
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2002
1722002
Instant notes in ecology
A Mackenzie, AS Ball, SR Videe
Bios, 1998
1641998
Biocatalytic desulfurization (BDS) of petrodiesel fuels
G Mohebali, AS Ball
Microbiology 154 (8), 2169-2183, 2008
1502008
Nanoparticles for environmental clean-up: a review of potential risks and emerging solutions
SS Patil, UU Shedbalkar, A Truskewycz, BA Chopade, AS Ball
Environmental Technology & Innovation 5, 10-21, 2016
1362016
Degradation of lignin-related compounds by actinomycetes
AS Ball, WB Betts, AJ McCarthy
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 55 (6), 1642-1644, 1989
1321989
Towards elucidation of the lignin degradation pathway in actinomycetes
B Godden, AS Ball, P Helvenstein, AJ Mccarthy, MJ Penninckx
Microbiology 138 (11), 2441-2448, 1992
1311992
A review of the current options for the treatment and safe disposal of drill cuttings
AS Ball, RJ Stewart, K Schliephake
Waste Management & Research 30 (5), 457-473, 2012
1252012
The potential for soil carbon sequestration in three tropical dryland farming systems of Africa and Latin America: A modelling approach
PK Farage, J Ardö, L Olsson, EA Rienzi, AS Ball, JN Pretty
Soil and Tillage research 94 (2), 457-472, 2007
1172007
The recovery of lignocellulose-degrading enzymes from spent mushroom compost
AS Ball, AM Jackson
Bioresource Technology 54 (3), 311-314, 1995
1101995
The role of sustainable agriculture and renewable–resource management in reducing greenhouse–gas emissions and increasing sinks in China and India
JN Pretty, AS Ball, L Xiaoyun, NH Ravindranath
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2002
1092002
Diatom-derived carbohydrates as factors affecting bacterial community composition in estuarine sediments
K Haynes, TA Hofmann, CJ Smith, AS Ball, GJC Underwood, AM Osborn
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (19), 6112-6124, 2007
1032007
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