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  • Sparling, G. P., Barton, L., Duncan, L., McGill, A., Speir, T. W., Schipper, L. A., . . . Van Schaik, A. (2006). Nutrient leaching and changes in soil characteristics of four contrasting soils irrigated with secondary-treated municipal wastewater for four years. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 44, 107-116.

  • Sparling, G. P., Wheeler, D., Vesely, E., & Schipper, L. A. (2006). What is soil organic matter worth?. Journal of Environmental Quality, Online, 548-557.

  • Schipper, L. A., Sparling, G., & Ross, C. (2004). Soil quality disagreement is banner. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 59(2), 25A.

  • Schipper, L. A., Percival, H. J., & Sparling, G. P. (2004). An approach for estimating when soils will reach maximum nitrogen storage. Soil Use and Management, 20(DOI: 10.1079), 281-286.

  • Sparling, G. P., Schipper, L. A., Bettjeman, W., & Hill, R. (2004). Soil quality monitoring in New Zealand: practical lessons from a 6-year trial. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 104(3), 523-534.

  • Lilburne, L., Sparling, G., & Schipper, L. A. (2004). Soil quality monitoring in New Zealand: development of an interpretative framework. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 104(3), 535-544.

  • Sparling, G., & Schipper, L. A. (2004). Soil quality monitoring in New Zealand: trends and issues arising from a broad-scale survey. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 104(3), 545-552.

  • Stevenson, B. A., Sparling, G., Schipper, L. A., Degens, B. P., & Duncan, L. C. (2004). Pasture and forest soil microbial communities show distinct patterns in their catabolic respiration responses at a landscape scale. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 36(1), 49-55.

  • Sparling, G., Parfitt, R. L., Hewitt, A. E., & Schipper, L. A. (2003). Three approaches to define desired soil organic matter contents. Journal of Environmental Quality, 32(3), 760-766.

  • Sparling, G., Ross, D., Trustrum, N., Arnold, G., West, A., Speir, T. W., & Schipper, L. A. (2003). Recovery of topsoil characteristics after landslip erosion in dry hill country of New Zealand, and a test of the space-for-time hypothesis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 35(12), 1575-1586.

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