Mayhem at the Soil-arium
I wrote Mayhem at the Soil-arium for World Soil Day in 2020. The theme for the year was 'Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity'.
More serious stuff - articles and papers
- Tackling amelioration on variable soil types
- Groundcover articles. Go to Groundcover and search 'Bryce'
- McBratney, A., de Gruijter, J., Bryce, A. (2019). Pedometrics timeline. Geoderma, 338, 568-575.
- Bryce A, McBratney A, Minsasy B, Field D, Cattle S. (2018) We have no idea how much microplastic is in Australia's soil (but it could be a lot). Published online in The Conversation
- Leake SW, Bryce A. (2018) 'Design and Construction of Facsimile Yellow Kandosols at Barangaroo, Sydney.' In: Vasenev V., Dovletyarova E., Cheng Z., Prokof’eva T., Morel J., Ananyeva N. (Eds) Urbanization: Challenge and Opportunity for Soil Functions and Ecosystem Services. SUITMA 2017. Springer Geography. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-89602-1_34
- McBratney A, Bryce AM, Field DJ, Moyce M (2019) ‘The Concept of Soil Security’. In: Richer-de-Forges AC, McBratney AB, Bouma J, Arrouays D. Eds. Global soil security: towards more science-society interfaces, procedings of the global soil security 2016 conference, December -6, 2017, Paris, France pp 11-17. CRC Press: London.
- Leake SL & Bryce AM (In Press) ‘Using Industry Wastes and Soil Amendments’ In Soil Amendments for Sustainability. Rakshit et al. Eds. Springer
- Leake SL & Bryce AM (2017) ‘Using Laboratory Analysis to Inform Adaptive Management’ In: Rakshit et al Eds. Adaptive Soil Management: from theory to practices. Springer.
- Bryce A, Minasny B, McBratney A (2013) Storing Carbon in Soil: potential opportunities outweigh limits. Published online in The Conversation. Available from http://theconversation.com/storing-carbon-in-soil-potential-opportunities-outweigh-limits-17922
- Bryce, A. & Porter, A. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply. 10. 2010. Soil Solutions: Improving Water Management for Public Open Spaces. Pgs 770 – 774
- Bryce, A. 2010. ReNew: Technology for a Sustainable Future. More Aerobic Ways to Farm. http://renew.org.au/renewable-energy/more-aerobic-ways-to-farm/