Miscellaneous studies

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Shen, Q., Kirschbaum, M.U.F, Hedley, M.J., Camps Arbestain, M. (2016). Testing an alternative method for estimating the length of fungal hyphae using photomicrography and image processing. PLOS One 11: Article #e0157017. Abstract or Full paper

Orwin, K.H., Stevenson, B.A., Smaill, S., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Dickie, I.A., Clothier, B.E., Garrett, L.G., van der Weerden, T.J., Beare, M.H., Curtin, D., de Klein, C.A.M., Gentile, R., Hedley, C., Mullan, B., Shepherd, M., Wakelin, S., Bell, N., Bowatte, S., Davis, M., Dodd, M.B., Dominati, E., O’Callaghan, M., Parfitt, R.L., Thomas, S. (2015). Effects of climate change on the delivery of soil-mediated ecosystem services within the primary sector: a review and New Zealand case study. Global Change Biology 21: 2844-2860. Abstract

Ausseil A.-G.E., Dymond J.R., Kirschbaum M.U.F., Andrew, R.M., Parfitt R.L. (2013). Assessment of multiple ecosystem services in New Zealand at the catchment scale. Environmental Modelling and Software 43: 37-48. Abstract

Dymond, J.R., Ausseil, A.-G.E., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Carswell, F.E., Mason, N.W.H. (2013). Opportunities for restoring indigenous forest in New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 43: 141-153. Abstract

Dymond, J.R., Ausseil, A-G., Ekanayake, J., Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2012). Tradeoffs between soil, water, and carbon – a national scale analysis from New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Management 95: 124-131. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Whitehead, D., Dean, S.M., Beets, P.N., Shepherd, J.D., Ausseil, A.G.E. (2011). Implications of changes in albedo on the benefits of forests as carbon sinks. Biogeosciences 8: 3687-3696. Abstract or Full paper

Dickie, I.A., Yeates, G.W., St. John, M.G., Stevenson, B.A., Scott, J.T., Rillig, M.C., Peltzer, D.A., Orwin, K.H., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Hunt, J.E., Burrows, L.E., Barbour, M.M., Aislabie, J. (2011). Ecosystem service and biodiversity trade-offs in two woody successions. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 926–934. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M,U.F. and Walcroft, A. (2008). No detectable aerobic methane efflux from plant material, nor from adsorption/desorption processes. Biogeosciences 5: 1551-1558. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Niinemets, U., Bruhn, D., Winters, A.J. (2007). How important is aerobic methane release by plants? Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology 1: 138-145. Abstract or Full paper

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Bruhn, D., Etheridge, D.M., Evans, J.R., Farquhar, G.D., Gifford, R.M., Paul, K.I., Winter, A.J. (2006). A comment on the quantitative significance of aerobic methane release by plants. Functional Plant Biology 33: 521-530. Abstract or Full paper

Paul, K.I., Booth, T.H., Elliott, A., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Jovanovic, T. and Polglase, P.J. (2006). Net carbon dioxide emissions from alternative firewood-production systems in Australia. Biomass and Bioenergy 30: 638-647.

Vella, K.J., Williams, R.J., Walker, D.H., Smajgl, A., Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Greiner, R. (2005). Social and economic dimensions of involving savanna communities in carbon management systems. Australian Journal of Botany 53: 741-747.

Paul, K., Booth, T., Elliott, A., Jovanovic, T., Polglase, P. and Kirschbaum, M. (2003). Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from domestic woodheating. Greenhouse gas emissions from firewood production systems. Australian Greenhouse Office, 49 pp.

Kirschbaum, M. (2003). The Clean Development Mechanism.  In:  Carbon Accounting in Forests. Proceedings of an International Frontiers of Science and Technology Workshop held at CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, Canberra (Booth, T.H., ed.), Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, pp. 6-23. Abstract.  The full report is also available (710K)

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Eamus, D., Gifford, R.M., Roxburgh, S.H. and Sands, P.J. (2001). Definitions of some ecological terms commonly used in carbon accounting. In: Net Ecosystem Exchange. (Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Mueller, R., eds.), Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting, Canberra, pp. 2-5. Available in PDF format (34K)

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Mueller, R. (2001). Net Ecosystem Exchange. (Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Mueller, R., eds.), Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting, Canberra Full document available here.

Korol, R.L., Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Myers, B.J. (2000). Carbon isotope discrimination of irrigated and fertilised Eucalyptus grandis grown in different climates. Technical Report No 120, CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products: Canberra. 10 pp. Available in PDF format (54K).

Korol, R.L., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Farquhar, G.D. and Jeffreys, M. (1999): The effect of water status and soil fertility on the C-isotope signatures in Pinus radiata. Tree Physiology 19: 551-562.

Fung, P.Y.H.,  Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Myers, B.J., Raison, R.J., Kerruish, C.M. and Crowe, M. (1998): CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products research relevant to renewable forest biomass energy. In: Accomplishments in bioenergy production research 1995-1997. (Gambles, R. and Page, G., eds.), Univ. of Toronto Press, Toronto, pp. 215-227.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Bellingham, D.W. and Cromer, R.N. (1992): Growth analysis of the effect of phosphorus nutrition on seedlings of Eucalyptus grandis. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 19: 55-66.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1991): Prospects for a Kenaf-Based Pulp and Paper Industry in Australia. Bureau of Rural Resources Bulletin No. 9, AGPS, Canberra, 66pp.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1991): Effects of photon flux density on nutrient productivity in Eucalyptus grandis seedlings. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 18: 307-315.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1990): Major factors and option in the development of a kenaf industry in Australia. In: ‘Develop­ment of a Kenaf Industry in Australia’, (Kirschbaum, M.U.F., ed.), Proceedings No. 9, Bureau of Rural Resources, AGPS, Canberra, 61-67.


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