Stephen Powers and coauthors analyzed phosphorus fluxes in the Thames Basin (UK), the Yangtze Basin (China) and the Maumee Basin (USA) in this interesting paper published in Nature Geoscience. The manuscript show the accumulation of P when due to fertiliser application in croplands, and this accumulated phosphorus may continue to be mobilized into the river waters long after inputs decline.
- Research Associate: New opportunity at The University of Western Australia at the School of Agriculture & Environment
- New publication in Biogeosciences: Soil solution phosphorus turnover: derivation, interpretation, and insights from a global compilation of isotope exchange kinetic studies.
- Phylogenetic distribution, biogeography and the effects of land management upon bacterial non-specific Acid phosphatase Gene diversity and abundance
- Structural equation modeling for the estimation of interconnections between the P cycle and soil properties
- Symposium on Phosphorus in Plants and Soils (10-13th September 2018).