Annette Cowie
Annette Cowie
NSW Department of Primary Industries
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Effects of biochar from slow pyrolysis of papermill waste on agronomic performance and soil fertility
L Van Zwieten, S Kimber, S Morris, KY Chan, A Downie, J Rust, S Joseph, ...
Plant and soil 327 (1-2), 235-246, 2010
14432010
Energy-and greenhouse gas-based LCA of biofuel and bioenergy systems: Key issues, ranges and recommendations
F Cherubini, ND Bird, A Cowie, G Jungmeier, B Schlamadinger, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 53 (8), 434-447, 2009
8442009
Influence of biochars on nitrous oxide emission and nitrogen leaching from two contrasting soils
BP Singh, BJ Hatton, B Singh, AL Cowie, A Kathuria
Journal of Environmental Quality 39 (4), 1224-1235, 2010
6922010
Characterisation and evaluation of biochars for their application as a soil amendment
B Singh, BP Singh, AL Cowie
Soil Research 48 (7), 516-525, 2010
6692010
An investigation into the reactions of biochar in soil
SD Joseph, M Camps-Arbestain, Y Lin, P Munroe, CH Chia, J Hook, ...
Soil Research 48 (7), 501-515, 2010
6342010
Biophysical and economic limits to negative CO2 emissions
P Smith, SJ Davis, F Creutzig, S Fuss, J Minx, B Gabrielle, E Kato, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (1), 42-50, 2016
5022016
Mixed-species plantations of Eucalyptus with nitrogen-fixing trees: a review
DI Forrester, J Bauhus, AL Cowie, JK Vanclay
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2), 211-230, 2006
4142006
Biochar carbon stability in a clayey soil as a function of feedstock and pyrolysis temperature
BP Singh, AL Cowie, RJ Smernik
Environmental science & technology 46 (21), 11770-11778, 2012
3392012
A review of greenhouse gas emission factors for fertiliser production
S Wood, A Cowie
IEA Bioenergy Task 38 (June), 2004
3232004
Biochar and emissions of non-CO2 greenhouse gases from soil
L Van Zwieten, B Singh, S Joseph, S Kimber, A Cowie, KY Chan
Biochar for Environmental Management Science and Technology (J. Lehmann and …, 2009
2852009
Key issues and options in accounting for carbon sequestration and temporary storage in life cycle assessment and carbon footprinting
M Brandão, A Levasseur, MUF Kirschbaum, BP Weidema, AL Cowie, ...
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 1-11, 2012
1802012
Long-term influence of biochar on native organic carbon mineralisation in a low-carbon clayey soil
BP Singh, AL Cowie
Scientific reports 4, 3687, 2014
1662014
Developing general allometric relationships for regional estimates of carbon sequestration—an example using Eucalyptus pilularis from seven contrasting sites
KD Montagu, K Düttmer, CVM Barton, AL Cowie
Forest Ecology and Management 204 (1), 115-129, 2005
1542005
On the success and failure of mixed-species tree plantations: lessons learned from a model system of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii
DI Forrester, J Bauhus, AL Cowie
Forest Ecology and Management 209 (1), 147-155, 2005
1252005
Towards an integrated global framework to assess the impacts of land use and management change on soil carbon: current capability and future vision
P Smith, CA Davies, S Ogle, G Zanchi, J Bellarby, N Bird, RM Boddey, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (7), 2089-2101, 2012
1132012
Carbon allocation in a mixed-species plantation of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii
DI Forrester, J Bauhus, AL Cowie
Forest ecology and management 233 (2), 275-284, 2006
1122006
Biochar, greenhouse gas accounting and emissions trading
J Gaunt, A Cowie
Biochar for Environmental Management (J. Lehmann and S. Joseph, eds.), 317-340, 2009
1092009
The decomposition of wood products in landfills in Sydney, Australia
FA Ximenes, WD Gardner, AL Cowie
Waste Management 28 (11), 2344-2354, 2008
1012008
Bioenergy, land use change and climate change mitigation
IEA Bioenergy
Report for policy advisors and policy makers. IEA Bioenergy: ExCo 3, 2010
982010
Bioenergy, land use change and climate change mitigation
IEA Bioenergy
Report for policy advisors and policy makers. IEA Bioenergy: ExCo 3, 2010
982010
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