Mark Farrell
Mark Farrell
Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Critical evaluation of municipal solid waste composting and potential compost markets
M Farrell, DL Jones
Bioresource Technology 100 (19), 4301-4310, 2009
2742009
Microbial utilisation of biochar-derived carbon
M Farrell, TK Kuhn, LM Macdonald, TM Maddern, DV Murphy, PA Hall, ...
Science of The Total Environment 465, 288-297, 2013
2462013
Vascular plant success in a warming Antarctic may be due to efficient nitrogen acquisition
PW Hill, J Farrar, P Roberts, M Farrell, H Grant, KK Newsham, ...
Nature Climate Change 1 (1), 50-53, 2011
1422011
Microbial community structure mediates response of soil C decomposition to litter addition and warming
CA Creamer, AB de Menezes, ES Krull, J Sanderman, R Newton-Walters, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 80, 175-188, 2015
1222015
Migration of heavy metals in soil as influenced by compost amendments
M Farrell, WT Perkins, PJ Hobbs, GW Griffith, DL Jones
Environmental Pollution 158 (1), 55-64, 2010
1212010
Acquisition and assimilation of nitrogen as peptide-bound and D-enantiomers of amino acids by wheat
PW Hill, RS Quilliam, TH DeLuca, J Farrar, M Farrell, P Roberts, ...
PLoS One 6 (4), e19220, 2011
1162011
Use of composts in the remediation of heavy metal contaminated soil
M Farrell, DL Jones
Journal of Hazardous Materials 175 (1-3), 575-582, 2010
1112010
Soil microbial organic nitrogen uptake is regulated by carbon availability
M Farrell, M Prendergast-Miller, DL Jones, PW Hill, LM Condron
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77, 261-267, 2014
1102014
Biochar and fertiliser applications influence phosphorus fractionation and wheat yield
M Farrell, LM Macdonald, G Butler, I Chirino-Valle, LM Condron
Biology and Fertility of Soils 50, 169-178, 2014
1092014
Seasonal variation in soluble soil carbon and nitrogen across a grassland productivity gradient
M Farrell, PW Hill, J Farrar, RD Bardgett, DL Jones
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (4), 835-844, 2011
962011
Network analysis reveals that bacteria and fungi form modules that correlate independently with soil parameters
AB de Menezes, MT Prendergast‐Miller, AE Richardson, P Toscas, ...
Environmental Microbiology 17 (8), 2677-2689, 2015
852015
Oligopeptides Represent a Preferred Source of Organic N Uptake: A Global Phenomenon?
M Farrell, PW Hill, J Farrar, TH DeLuca, P Roberts, K Kielland, ...
Ecosystems 16 (1), 133-145, 2013
852013
Plant growth responses to biochar addition: an Australian soils perspective
LM Macdonald, M Farrell, L Van Zwieten, ES Krull
Biology and Fertility of Soils 50, 1035-1045, 2014
792014
Heavy metal contamination of a mixed waste compost: metal speciation and fate
M Farrell, DL Jones
Bioresource technology 100 (19), 4423-4432, 2009
652009
Food waste composting: Its use as a peat replacement
M Farrell, DL Jones
Waste Management 30 (8-9), 1495-1501, 2010
632010
Microbial diversity and activity are increased by compost amendment of metal-contaminated soil
M Farrell, GW Griffith, PJ Hobbs, WT Perkins, DL Jones
FEMS microbiology ecology 71 (1), 94-105, 2010
622010
Rapid peptide metabolism: A major component of soil nitrogen cycling?
M Farrell, PW Hill, SD Wanniarachchi, J Farrar, RD Bardgett, DL Jones
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25 (3), GB3014, 2011
582011
Bigger may be better in soil N cycling: Does rapid acquisition of small l-peptides by soil microbes dominate fluxes of protein-derived N in soil?
PW Hill, M Farrell, DL Jones
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 48, 106-112, 2012
572012
Biochar modulates heavy metal toxicity and improves microbial carbon use efficiency in soil
Y Xu, B Seshadri, B Sarkar, H Wang, C Rumpel, D Sparks, M Farrell, ...
Science of the total environment 621, 148-159, 2018
542018
Difficulties in using soil-based methods to assess plant availability of potentially toxic elements in biochars and their feedstocks
M Farrell, G Rangott, E Krull
Journal of hazardous materials 250, 29-36, 2013
532013
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