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Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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Changing demographics and housing typologies: addressing social and affordable housing in Australia (2018 Joint APNHR and AHRC Conference, 2018)This paper will report on current Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre (SBEnrc) research which aims to identify the strengths and weaknesses of various social procurement approaches for social and affordable ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(IFAC-PapersOnLine, 2018)The paper aims to provide high-level guidance for architects of cyber-physical enterprises. We propose that interactions within such systems should be largely self-determined, based on system self-awareness and dynamic ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Biochar amendment and water stress alter rhizosphere carbon and nitrogen budgets in bauxite-processing residue sand under rehabilitation (Journal of Environmental Management, 2019)Nitrogen (N) bioavailability is one of the main limiting factors for microbial activity and vegetation establishment in bauxite-processing residue sand (BRS). Although beneficial effects of biochar on reducing N loss in ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Responses of labile soil organic carbon and nitrogen pools to long-term prescribed burning regimes in a wet sclerophyll forest of southeast Queensland, Australia (Science of the Total Environment, 2019)Soil labile organic carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) pools play a central role in nutrient cycling, while fire is a key driver of biogeochemical cycle, shaping ecosystem structure and functioning. However, how soil labile organic ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Subsoil application of compost improved sugarcane yield through enhanced supply and cycling of soil labile organic carbon and nitrogen in an acidic soil at tropical Australia (Soil & Tillage Research, 2018)Organic amendments are mostly carried out on the soil surface layer to mitigate the decline in sugarcane soil health, however, the effects of subsoil application of composts on soil carbon (C) and nutrient dynamics and ...JOURNAL ARTICLE