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  1. Effects of mineralogy, chemistry and physical properties of basalts on carbon capture potential and plant-nutrient element release via enhanced weathering
  2. A global carbon and nitrogen isotope perspective on modern and ancient human diet
  3. Stochastic models support rapid peopling of Late Pleistocene Sahul
  4. Landscape rules predict optimal superhighways for the first peopling of Sahul
  5. A new Quaternary stratigraphy of the Kallang River Basin, Singapore: Implications for urban development and geotechnical engineering in Singapore
  6. A global carbon and nitrogen isotope perspective on modern and ancient human diet
  7. Net landscape carbon balance of a tropical savanna: Relative importance of fire and aquatic export in offsetting terrestrial production
  8. Vegetation over the last glacial maximum at Girraween Lagoon, monsoonal northern Australia
  9. Southern Ocean carbon sink enhanced by sea-ice feedbacks at the Antarctic Cold Reversal
  10. Archaeal lipid-inferred paleohydrology and paleotemperature of Lake Chenghai during the Pleistocene–Holocene transition
  11. Palaeochannels of Australia's Riverine Plain - Reconstructing past vegetation environments across the Late Pleistocene and Holocene
  12. Biochar-based fertilizer: Supercharging root membrane potential and biomass yield of rice
  13. Tipping elements and amplified polar warming during the Last Interglacial
  14. The reliability of radiocarbon dates of different carbon fractions in the Australian tropical savannas: A case study from Sanamere Lagoon, northeast Australia
  15. Author Correction: Savanna in equatorial Borneo during the late Pleistocene
  16. A rapid throughput technique to isolate pyrogenic carbon by hydrogen pyrolysis for stable isotope and radiocarbon analysis
  17. Seasonal Shift From Biogenic to Geogenic Fluvial Carbon Caused by Changing Water Sources in the Wet‐Dry Tropics
  18. Stable isotope proxy records in tropical terrestrial environments
  19. Selective preservation of pyrogenic carbon across soil organic matter fractions and its influence on calculations of carbon mean residence times
  20. Data Descriptor: Daily observations of stable isotope ratios of rainfall in the tropics
  21. Coupled rainfall and water vapour stable isotope time series reveal tropical atmospheric processes on multiple timescales
  22. Microbial Membrane Tetraether lipid-inferred paleohydrology and paleotemperature of Lake Chenghai during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition
  23. Microbial Membrane Tetraether lipid-inferred paleohydrology and paleotemperature of Lake Chenghai during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition
  24. Holocene savanna dynamics in the seasonal tropics of northern Australia
  25. 45,610–52,160 years of site and landscape occupation at Nawarla Gabarnmang, Arnhem Land plateau (northern Australia)
  26. Early human settlement of Sahul was not an accident
  27. Minimum founding populations for the first peopling of Sahul
  28. Savanna in equatorial Borneo during the late Pleistocene
  29. Identifying the ‘savanna’ signature in lacustrine sediments in northern Australia
  30. Partitioning of microbially respired CO2 between indigenous and exogenous carbon sources during biochar degradation using radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopes
  31. Palaeogeography and voyage modeling indicates early human colonization of Australia was likely from Timor-Roti
  32. The isotopic signature of monsoon conditions, cloud modes, and rainfall type
  33. Dynamics of Charcoal Alteration in a Tropical Biome: A Biochar-Based Study
  34. Publisher Correction: Farming with crops and rocks to address global climate, food and soil security
  35. Better estimates of soil carbon from geographical data: a revised global approach
  36. Automated calibration of laser spectrometer measurements of δ18 O and δ2 H values in water vapour using a Dew Point Generator
  37. Farming with crops and rocks to address global climate, food and soil security
  38. Preferential Production and Transport of Grass-Derived Pyrogenic Carbon in NE-Australian Savanna Ecosystems
  39. Amazon Basin forest pyrogenic carbon stocks: First estimate of deep storage
  40. The role of biochar and biochar-compost in improving soil quality and crop performance: A review
  41. Does soil pyrogenic carbon determine plant functional traits in Amazon Basin forests?
  42. Optimal climate for large trees at high elevations drives patterns of biomass in remote forests of Papua New Guinea
  43. Stable isotope composition of cave guano from eastern Borneo reveals tropical environments over the past 15,000 cal yr BP
  44. Complexities in the palaeoenvironmental and archaeological interpretation of isotopic analyses of the Mud Shell Geloina erosa (Lightfoot, 1786)
  45. New sedimentary evidence reveals a unique history of C4 biomass in continental East Asia since the early Miocene
  46. Loss and gain of carbon during char degradation
  47. Antarctic ice sheet discharge driven by atmosphere-ocean feedbacks at the Last Glacial Termination
  48. Estimating organic carbon content of soil in Papua New Guinea using infrared spectroscopy
  49. The climate reconstruction potential of Acacia cambagei (gidgee) for semi-arid regions of Australia using stable isotopes and elemental abundances
  50. Stable isotopic signature of Australian monsoon controlled by regional convection
  51. The effects of biochar, compost and their mixture and nitrogen fertilizer on yield and nitrogen use efficiency of barley grown on a Nitisol in the highlands of Ethiopia
  52. Quantification of pyrogenic carbon in the environment: An integration of analytical approaches
  53. Humans, water, and the colonization of Australia
  54. Soil types influence predictions of soil carbon stock recovery in tropical secondary forests
  55. Quantifying Charcoal Degradation and Negative Priming of Soil Organic Matter with a 14C-Dead Tracer
  56. A comprehensive database of quality-rated fossil ages for Sahul’s Quaternary vertebrates
  57. Crop yield, plant nutrient uptake and soil physicochemical properties under organic soil amendments and nitrogen fertilization on Nitisols
  58. Soil properties, greenhouse gas emissions and crop yield under compost, biochar and co-composted biochar in two tropical agronomic systems
  59. Organic carbon isotope and molecular fossil records of vegetation evolution in central Loess Plateau since 450 kyr
  60. What caused extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna of Sahul?
  61. Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Studies of the Dopolan Bauxite Deposit, Zagros Mountain, Iran
  62. Benefits of biochar, compost and biochar–compost for soil quality, maize yield and greenhouse gas emissions in a tropical agricultural soil
  63. Climate change not to blame for late Quaternary megafauna extinctions in Australia
  64. Emission of CO2 from tropical riparian forest soil is controlled by soil temperature, soil water content and depth to water table
  65. Tree-scale spatial variability of soil carbon cycling in a mature oil palm plantation
  66. Biochar and biochar-compost as soil amendments: Effects on peanut yield, soil properties and greenhouse gas emissions in tropical North Queensland, Australia
  67. Criteria for assessing the quality of Middle Pleistocene to Holocene vertebrate fossil ages
  68. Leaky savannas: the significance of lateral carbon fluxes in the seasonal tropics
  69. Phosphorus Response and Fertilizer Recommendations for Wheat Grown on Nitisols in the Central Ethiopian Highlands
  70. The influence of C3 and C4 vegetation on soil organic matter dynamics in contrasting semi-natural tropical ecosystems
  71. Validating Community-Led Forest Biomass Assessments
  72. The Pyrogenic Carbon Cycle
  73. The influence of C3 and C4 vegetation on soil organic matter dynamics in contrasting semi-natural tropical ecosystems
  74. Structural, physiognomic and above-ground biomass variation in savanna–forest transition zones on three continents – how different are co-occurring savanna and forest formations?
  75. Biochar from commercially cultivated seaweed for soil amelioration
  76. Bioremediation for coal-fired power stations using macroalgae
  77. The carbon isotope composition of semi-labile and stable pyrogenic carbon in a thermosequence of C3 and C4 derived char
  78. The biogeochemistry of insectivorous cave guano: a case study from insular Southeast Asia
  79. Pyrogenic carbon from tropical savanna burning: production and stable isotope composition
  80. Stable Isotope Anatomy of Tropical Cyclone Ita, North-Eastern Australia, April 2014
  81. Presence of Black Carbon in Soil due to Forest Fire in the New Jersey Pine Barrens
  82. Influence of feedstock properties and pyrolysis conditions on biochar carbon stability as determined by hydrogen pyrolysis
  83. Sclerochronological analysis of archaeological mollusc assemblages: methods, applications and future prospects
  84. The ameliorating effects of biochar and compost on soil quality and plant growth on a Ferralsol
  85. Continuous monitoring of stream δ18O and δ2H and stormflow hydrograph separation using laser spectrometry in an agricultural catchment
  86. Foliar trait contrasts between African forest and savanna trees: genetic versus environmental effects
  87. Impact of temperature and moisture on heterotrophic soil respiration along a moist tropical forest gradient in Australia
  88. Contrasting photosynthetic characteristics of forest vs. savanna species (Far North Queensland, Australia)
  89. Late Pliocene–Pleistocene expansion of C4 vegetation in semiarid East Asia linked to increased burning
  90. Pyrogenic carbon from tropical savanna burning: production and stable isotope composition
  91. Barriers and bridges: early human dispersals in equatorial SE Asia
  92. Carbon isotopic signatures of soil organic matter correlate with leaf area index across woody biomes
  93. Microwave extraction-isotope ratio infrared spectroscopy (ME-IRIS): a novel technique for rapid extraction and in-line analysis of δ18O and δ2H values of water in plants, soils and insects
  94. Continuous shipboard measurements of oceanic δ18O, δD and δ13CDIC along a transect from New Zealand to Antarctica using cavity ring-down isotope spectrometry
  95. The efficiency of charcoal decontamination for radiocarbon dating by three pre-treatments – ABOX, ABA and hypy
  96. Large rivers and orogens: The evolution of the Yarlung Tsangpo–Irrawaddy system and the eastern Himalayan syntaxis
  97. Contrasting photosynthetic characteristics of forest vs. savanna species (far North Queensland, Australia)
  98. Supplementary material to "Contrasting photosynthetic characteristics of forest vs. savanna species (far North Queensland, Australia)"
  99. Gracilaria waste biomass (sampah rumput laut) as a bioresource for selenium biosorption
  100. Charcoal re-combustion efficiency in tropical savannas
  101. Soil carbon balance following conversion of grassland to oil palm
  102. Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions from a Wet-Dry Tropical Floodplain in Northern Australia
  103. Soil Security: Solving the Global Soil Crisis
  104. Basin-wide variations in Amazon forest nitrogen-cycling characteristics as inferred from plant and soil15N:14N measurements
  105. Quantifying pyrogenic carbon from thermosequences of wood and grass using hydrogen pyrolysis
  106. Direct evidence from hydropyrolysis for the retention of long alkyl moieties in black carbon fractions isolated by acidified dichromate oxidation
  107. Soil carbon stocks vary predictably with altitude in tropical forests: Implications for soil carbon storage
  108. Lack of chronological support for stepwise prehuman extinctions of Australian megafauna
  109. Humans, megafauna and environmental change in tropical Australia
  110. Field-based cavity ring-down spectrometry of δ13C in soil-respired CO2
  111. High diurnal variation in dissolved inorganic C, δ13C values and surface efflux of CO2 in a seasonal tropical floodplain
  112. Corrigendum to “The ten Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points” [Biol. Conserv. 144 (2011) 1472–1480]
  113. On the delineation of tropical vegetation types with an emphasis on forest/savanna transitions
  114. Algal bioproducts derived from suspended solids in intensive land-based aquaculture
  115. Contrasting carbon export dynamics of human impacted and pristine tropical catchments in response to a short-lived discharge event
  116. RADIOCARBON DATING | Charcoal
  117. The knowns, known unknowns and unknowns of sequestration of soil organic carbon
  118. Assessment of hydropyrolysis as a method for the quantification of black carbon using standard reference materials
  119. Quantifying the abundance and stable isotope composition of pyrogenic carbon using hydrogen pyrolysis
  120. Temperature sensitivity of tropical forest soil respiration increase along an altitudinal gradient with ongoing decomposition
  121. Extreme short-term stable isotope variability revealed by continuous rainwater analysis
  122. Utilization of Sugarcane Habitat by Feral Pig (Sus scrofa) in Northern Tropical Queensland: Evidence from the Stable Isotope Composition of Hair
  123. Rapid degradation of pyrogenic carbon
  124. Variation in soil carbon stocks and their determinants across a precipitation gradient in West Africa
  125. First continuous shipboard δ18O and δD measurements in sea water by diffusion sampling—cavity ring-down spectrometry
  126. Homo 'incendius'
  127. Variation in soil carbon stocks and their determinants across a precipitation gradient in West Africa
  128. ISO-CADICA: Isotopic - continuous, automated dissolved inorganic carbon analyser
  129. Isotopes in pyrogenic carbon: A review
  130. CADICA: Continuous Automated Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Analyzer with application to aquatic carbon cycle science
  131. Continuous analysis of δ18O and δD values of water by diffusion sampling cavity ring-down spectrometry: a novel sampling device for unattended field monitoring of precipitation, ground and surface waters
  132. Fluvial dynamics of dissolved and particulate organic carbon during periodic discharge events in a steep tropical rainforest catchment
  133. Woody cover and hominin environments in the past 6 million years
  134. Algal biochar: effects and applications
  135. Height-diameter allometry of tropical forest trees
  136. The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points
  137. Variability in oxidative degradation of charcoal: Influence of production conditions and environmental exposure
  138. Carbon sequestration and biodiversity restoration potential of semi-arid mulga lands of Australia interpreted from long-term grazing exclosures
  139. Evidence for bias in C and N concentrations and δ13C composition of terrestrial and aquatic organic materials due to pre-analysis acid preparation methods
  140. Alkali extraction of archaeological and geological charcoal: evidence for diagenetic degradation and formation of humic acids
  141. Algal biochar – production and properties
  142. Can composition and physical protection of soil organic matter explain soil respiration temperature sensitivity?
  143. Temporal variation and climate dependence of soil respiration and its components along a 3000 m altitudinal tropical forest gradient
  144. Punctuated eustatic sea-level rise in the early mid-Holocene
  145. Stable Isotopes of Subfossil Bat Guano as a Long-Term Environmental Archive: Insights from a Grand Canyon Cave Deposit
  146. Assessment of oxygen plasma ashing as a pre-treatment for radiocarbon dating
  147. Forest contraction in north equatorial Southeast Asia during the Last Glacial Period
  148. Charcoal reflectance measurements: implications for structural characterization and assessment of diagenetic alteration
  149. Investigation of growth responses in saprophytic fungi to charred biomass
  150. Co-limitation of photosynthetic capacity by nitrogen and phosphorus in West Africa woodlands
  151. Recovery of organic matter from mineral-rich sediment and soils for stable isotope analyses using static dense media
  152. Climate dependence of heterotrophic soil respiration from a soil-translocation experiment along a 3000 m tropical forest altitudinal gradient
  153. Evolution of the Irrawaddy delta region since 1850
  154. Geochronology of cave deposits at Liang Bua and of adjacent river terraces in the Wae Racang valley, western Flores, Indonesia: a synthesis of age estimates for the type locality of Homo floresiensis
  155. Intrinsic and extrinsic forcing in life histories: patterns of growth and stable isotopes in male Antarctic fur seal teeth
  156. Litter contribution to diurnal and annual soil respiration in a tropical montane cloud forest
  157. Influence of production variables and starting material on charcoal stable isotopic and molecular characteristics
  158. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of avian uric acid
  159. Environmental and socioeconomic dynamics of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Penang, Malaysia
  160. X-ray microtomographic imaging of charcoal
  161. Age constraints on Pleistocene megafauna at Tight Entrance Cave in southwestern Australia
  162. Environmental controls on the stable carbon isotopic composition of soil organic carbon: implications for modelling the distribution of C 3 and C 4 plants, Australia
  163. Environmental controls on the stable carbon isotopic composition of soil organic carbon: implications for modelling the distribution of C 3 and C 4 plants, Australia
  164. A preliminary estimate of organic carbon transport by the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) and Thanlwin (Salween) Rivers of Myanmar
  165. Isotopic variability in the intertidal acorn barnacle Semibalanus balanoides: a potentially novel sea-level proxy indicator
  166. Stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes from bat guano in the Grand Canyon, USA, reveal Younger Dryas and 8.2 ka events
  167. Erratum
  168. The Irrawaddy River Sediment Flux to the Indian Ocean: The Original Nineteenth‐Century Data Revisited
  169. C4-derived soil organic carbon decomposes faster than its C3 counterpart in mixed C3/C4 soils
  170. Sediments deposited by the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami along the Malaysia–Thailand Peninsula
  171. Sediment mixing at Nonda Rock: investigations of stratigraphic integrity at an early archaeological site in northern Australia and implications for the human colonisation of the continent
  172. Spatial and temporal expression of vegetation and atmospheric variability from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of bat guano in the southern United States
  173. Indian Ocean tsunamis: environmental and socio-economic impacts in Langkawi, Malaysia
  174. An inflection in the rate of early mid-Holocene eustatic sea-level rise: A new sea-level curve from Singapore
  175. RADIOCARBON DATING | Charcoal
  176. The age and origin of the Straits of Singapore
  177. Continental-scale measurement of the soil organic carbon pool with climatic, edaphic, and biotic controls
  178. Palaeoenvironments of insular Southeast Asia during the Last Glacial Period: a savanna corridor in Sundaland?
  179. Rayleigh distillation and the depth profile of 13C/12C ratios of soil organic carbon from soils of disparate texture in Iron Range National Park, Far North Queensland, Australia
  180. Heterotrophic Fixation of CO2 in Soil
  181. Geochemistry of coral from Papua New Guinea as a proxy for ENSO ocean–atmosphere interactions in the Pacific Warm Pool
  182. Correspondence between glass-FT and 14C ages of silicic pyroclastic flow deposits sourced from Maninjau caldera, west-central Sumatra
  183. Archaeology and age of a new hominin from Flores in eastern Indonesia
  184. Evolution of the Sungei Buloh–Kranji mangrove coast, Singapore
  185. Populating PEP II: the dispersal of humans and agriculture through Austral-Asia and Oceania
  186. A revised chronology of the lowest occupation layer of Pedra Furada Rock Shelter, Piauı́, Brazil: the Pleistocene peopling of the Americas
  187. Microbial characteristics of soils on a latitudinal transect in Siberia
  188. Radiocarbon dating of organic- and carbonate-carbon in Genyornis and Dromaius eggshell using stepped combustion and stepped acidification
  189. Radiocarbon dating from 40 to 60kaBP at Border Cave, South Africa
  190. The effect of soil texture and roots on the stable carbon isotope composition of soil organic carbon
  191. Soil carbon inventories and carbon-13 on a latitude transect in Siberia
  192. The isotopic composition of soil organic carbon on a north-south transect in western Canada
  193. A revised high-resolution oxygen-isotope chronology for ODP-668B: implications for Quaternary biomass burning in Africa
  194. Radiocarbon analysis of the early archaeological site of Nauwalabila I, Arnhem Land, Australia: implications for sample suitability and stratigraphic integrity
  195. Response of central Siberian Scots pine to soil water deficit and long-term trends in atmospheric CO2concentration
  196. Hydrogen-isotope fractionation in aluminum hydroxides: Synthesis products versus natural samples from bauxites
  197. Global Soil Organic Carbon Pool
  198. Development of a Robust 14C Chronology for Lynch's Crater (North Queensland, Australia) Using Different Pretreatment Strategies
  199. Early Human Occupation at Devil's Lair, Southwestern Australia 50,000 Years Ago
  200. Elemental ?13C at Allen's Cave, Nullarbor Plain, Australia: assessing post-depositional disturbance and reconstructing past environments
  201. Redating the onset of burning at Lynch's Crater (North Queensland): implications for human settlement in Australia
  202. Natural abundance of 13C in leaf litter as related to feeding activity of soil invertebrates and microbial mineralisation
  203. Microbial processes and carbon-isotope fractionation in tropical and temperate grassland soils
  204. Effect of fire and soil texture on soil carbon in a sub-humid savanna (Matopos, Zimbabwe)
  205. Oxygen-Isotope Fractionation between Aluminum-Hydroxide Phases and Water at <60°C: Results of Decade-Long Synthesis Experiments
  206. Stability of elemental carbon in a savanna soil
  207. A record of fire, vegetation and climate through the last three glacial cycles from Lombok Ridge core G6-4, eastern Indian Ocean, Indonesia
  208. A million-year record of fire in sub-Saharan Africa
  209. Optical and radiocarbon dating at Jinmium rock shelter in northern Australia
  210. Holocene sea-level change and ice-sheet history in the Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica
  211. A seasonal cycle in the carbon‐isotope composition of organic carbon in the Sanaga River, Cameroon
  212. Variations of δ13C in the surface soil organic carbon pool
  213. Determination of the abundance and carbon isotope composition of elemental carbon in sediments
  214. Terrestrial carbon-storage from the last glacial maximum to the present
  215. A latitudinal gradient in carbon turnover times in forest soils
  216. Carbon-isotope composition of sediments from the Gulf of Papua
  217. Fire, prehistoric humanity, and the environment
  218. Oxygen-isotope fractionation in gibbsite: Synthesis experiments versus natural samples
  219. Terrestrial carbon storage at the LGM
  220. The carbon isotope composition of organic matter occluded in iron nodules
  221. Oxygen-isotope fractionation in titanium-oxide minerals at low temperature
  222. Oxygen-isotope systematics in a multiphase weathering system in Haiti
  223. Carbon ratios in the Amazon
  224. Sedimentological and stable-isotope evolution of lakes in the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica
  225. An isotopic study of surficial alunite in Australia 2. Potassium-argon geochronology
  226. Stable-isotope geochronology of the Australian regolith
  227. An isotopic study of surficial alunite in Australia: 1. Hydrogen and sulphur isotopes
  228. A stable-isotope study of lateritic bauxites
  229. Isotope dating of the Australian regolith
  230. Stable-isotope evidence for low-temperature kaolinitic weathering and post-formational hydrogen-isotope exchange in permian kaolinites
  231. Oxygen isotope dating of the Australian regolith