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Natalio, A.I.M., Ahmed, M., Back, M.A., Richards, A. and Jeffery, S. (2024) Temporal monitoring of free-living nematode communities for evaluation of soil health in an arable crop rotation. Pedobiologia, 104. ISSN 00314056

Natalio, A.I.M., Back, M.A., Richards, A. and Jeffery, S. (2023) Field-scale heterogeneity overrides management impacts following conversion to no-till within an arable system. Applied Soil Ecology, 193. ISSN 09291393

Kettlewell, P.S., Byrne, R. and Jeffery, S. (2023) Wheat area expansion into northern higher latitudes and global food security. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 351. ISSN 01678809

Gholamahmadi, B., Jeffery, S., Gonzalez-Pelayo, O., Prats, S.A., Bastos, A.C., Keizer, J.J. and Verheijen, F.G.A. (2023) Biochar impacts on runoff and soil erosion by water: a systematic global scale meta-analysis. Science of The Total Environment, 871. ISSN 00489697

Jeffery, S., van de Voorde, T.F.J., Harris, W.E., Mommer, L., van Groenigen, J.W., De Deyn, G.B., Ekelund, F., Briones, M.J.I. and Bezemer, T.M. (2022) Biochar application differentially affects soil micro-, meso-macro-fauna and plant productivity within a nature restoration grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 174.

Nicolay, R., Jeffery, S. and Randall, N.P. (2021) Comparison of three soil health indicators between different vegetative strip compositions. African Journal of Range & Forage Science, 38. S104-S109.

Jiménez-González, M.A., De la Rosa, J.M., Aksoy, E., Jeffery, S., Oliveira, B.R.F. and Verheijen, F.G.A. (2021) Spatial distribution of pyrogenic carbon in Iberian topsoils estimated by chemometric analysis of infrared spectra. Science of The Total Environment, 790.

Natalio, A.I.M., Back, M.A., Richards, A. and Jeffery, S. (2021) The effects of saline toxicity and food-based AD digestate on the earthworm Allolobophora chlorotica. Geoderma, 393.

Jeffery, S. and Verheijen, F.G.A (2020) A new soil health policy paradigm: pay for practice not performance! Environmental Science & Policy, 112. pp. 371-373.

Rosace, M.C., Veronesi, F., Briggs, S., Cardenas, L.M. and Jeffery, S. (2020) Legacy effects override soil properties for CO 2 and N 2 O but not CH 4 emissions following digestate application to soil. GCB Bioenergy, 12 (6). pp. 445-457.

Kirby, M.E., Mirza, M.W., Leigh, T., Oldershaw, L., Reilly, M. and Jeffery, S. (2019) Destruction of Staphylococcus aureus and the impact of chlortetracycline on biomethane production during anaerobic digestion of chicken manure. Heliyon, 5 (11). e02749.

Kammann, C., Ippolito, J., Hagemann, N., Borchard, N., Cayuela, M.L., Estavillo, J.M., Fuertes-Mendizabal, T., Jeffery, S., Kern, J., Novak, J., Rasse, D., Saarnio, S., Schmidt, H., Spokas, K. and Wrage-Mönnig, N. (2017) Biochar as a tool to reduce the agricultural greenhouse-gas burden – knowns, unknowns and future research needs. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 25 (2). pp. 114-139.

Verheijen, F.G.A., Mankasingh, U., Penizek, V., Panzacchi, P., Glaser, B., Jeffery, S., Bastos, A.C., Tammeorg, P., Kern, J., Zavalloni, C., Zanchettin, G. and Sakrabani, R. (2017) Representativeness of European biochar research: part I – field experiments. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 25 (2). pp. 140-151.

Sakrabani, R., Kern, J., Mankasingh, U., Zavalloni, C., Zanchettin, G., Bastos, A.C., Tammeorg, P., Jeffery, S., Glaser, B. and Verheijen, F.G.A. (2017) Representativeness of European biochar research: part II – pot and laboratory studies. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 25 (2). pp. 152-159.

Jeffery, S., Abalos, D., Prodana, M., Bastos, A.C., van Groenigen, J.W., Hungate, B.A. and Verheijen, F. (2017) Biochar boosts tropical but not temperate crop yields. Environmental Research Letters, 12 (5).

Jeffery, S., Memelink, I., Hodgson, E., Jones, S., van de Voorde, T.F.J., Martijn Bezemer, T., Mommer, L. and van Groenigen, J.W. (2017) Initial biochar effects on plant productivity derive from N fertilization. Plant and Soil.

Tammeorg, P., Bastos, A.C., Jeffery, S., Rees, F., Kern, J., Graber, E.R., Ventura, M., Kibblewhite, M., Amaro, A., Budai, Alice, Cordovil, C.M.d.S., Domene, X., Gardi, C., Gascó, G., Horák, J., Kammann, C., Kondrlova, E., Laird, D., Loureiro, S., Martins, M.A.S., Panzacchi, P., Prasad, M., Prodana, M., Puga, A.P., Ruysschaert, G., Sas-Paszt, L., Silva, F.C., Teixeira, W.G., Tonon, G., Delle Vedove, G., Zavalloni, C., Glaser, B. and Verheijen, F.G.A. (2016) Biochars in soils: towards the required level of scientific understanding. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management. pp. 1-16.

Jeffery, S., Verheijen, F.G.A., Kammann, C. and Abalos, D. (2016) Biochar effects on methane emissions from soils: a meta-analysis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 101. pp. 251-258.

Abalos, D., Jeffery, S., Drury, C.F. and Wagner-Riddle, C. (2016) Improving fertilizer management in the U.S. and Canada for N2O mitigation: Understanding potential positive and negative side-effects on corn yields. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 221. pp. 214-221.

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