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This website was last updated in 2014. It is no longer being maintained but remains here as an archive for information on cadmium projects, publications and activities of the Natuional Cadmium Managment Committee (NCMC). The NCMC ceased to operate as of December 2006 - having achieved all of its initial aims plus additional aims that arose during the term of the Committee.
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Reports

thumbnail of brochure linked to PDF of brochureFinal Report of the National Cadmium Management Committee (NCMC) (2000 – 2006) April 2007 (PDF 3.45 MB)

 

 

 

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Managing for cadmium minimisation in Australian livestock
Jan 2007
 
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Vege Notes: Managing Cadmium in Vegetables
Aug 2003
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Vege Notes: Managing Cadmium in Vegetables
Jul 2004
Vietnamese Version
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National Cadmium Strategy: Australian Agriculture Acts to Reduce Cadmium Levels
Oct 2000
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Managing cadmium in summer grain legumes
Oct 2001
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Cadmium in Potatoes: Managing the risk from saline irrigation water
Jan 1999
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Managing cadmium in potatoes for premium quality produce: Second Edition
June 1999

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Australian Publications on Cadmium

(based on a computer search, updated in June 2007)

If you are the author of an article that you believe should be included in this reference list, or know of an article that should be included then please email details of the paper to Dr Mike McLaughlin.

Arakel A. V., Hongjun T. (1992). Heavy Metal Geochemistry and Dispersion Pattern in Coastal Sediments, Soil, and Water of Kedron Brook Floodplain Area, Brisbane, Australia, Environmental Geology and Water Sciences EGWSEI, Vol. 20, No. 3, p 219-231, November/December 1992. 10 fig, 3 tab, 22 ref.

Ashton J., Laura R. (1992). The cadmium problem, Search; (Feb 1992), v. 23(1) p. 31-33; 2 fig., 13 ref.

Aualiitia T. U., Pickering W. F. (1987). Specific Sorption of Trace Amounts of Cu, Pb, and Cd by Inorganic Particulates, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution WAPLAC Vol. 35, No. 1/2, p 171-185, September 1987. 4 fig, 2 tab, 41 ref.

Bajracharya K., Barry D. A. (1993). Comments on "sorption of cadmium and copper from an acid mine waste extract by two calcareous soils: column studies" by L. M. Dudley, J. E. McLean, T. H. Furst, and J. J. Jurinak., Soil science. Jan 1993. v. 155 (1) p. 67-70.

Bajracharya K., Tran Y. T., Barry D. A. (1996). Cadmium adsorption at different pore water velocities, Geoderma, vol. 73, no. 3-4, pp. 197-216, 1996.

Barrow N. (1998). Effects of time and temperature on the sorption of cadmium, zinc, cobalt, and nickel by a soil, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 1998, 36 (6), p941-950, 1 table, 4 figs, refs.

Barrow N., Whelan B. (1998). Comparing the effects of pH on the sorption of metals by soil and by goethite, and on uptake by plants, European Journal of Soil Science, 1998-12, 49 (4), p683-692, 1 table, 7 figs, refs.

Barrow N. J. (1998). Effects of time and temperature on the sorption of cadmium, zinc, cobalt, and nickel by a soil, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 36, 941-950.

Barrow N. J., Gerth J., Brummer G. W. (1989). Reaction kinetics of the adsorption and desorption of nickel, zinc and cadmium by goethite. II. Modelling the extent and rate of reaction., The Journal of soil science. June 1989. v. 40 (2) p. 437-450.

Barry G. (1996) Total heavy metal status of horticultural soils in Queensland: project timeline July 1994 - December 1996.

Barry G. A., Chudek P. J., Best E. K., Moody P. W. (1995). Estimating sludge application rates to land based on heavy metal and phosphorus sorption characteristics of soil, Water Research, 29, 2031-2034.

Barry K. (1996). Automated colorimetric determination of nitrate-nitrogen and ammonium- nitrogen in water and soil samples, CSIRO, Division of Water Resources, Adelaide SA, 1996-05, ISBN 0643058990, 1 v (various pagings), tables, figs, refs.: Series Technical memorandum (CSIRO, Division of Water Resources); 96.12.

Barry G.A. and Rayment G.E. (1992). Heavy Metals in Biota, Sediments and Soils of Raine Island. Final Report to Raine Island Corporation, December 1992. QDPI, Brisbane.

Barry, G.A. and Rayment G.E. (1993). Heavy metals in biota from the northern Great Barrier Reef. Paper 1/63. In “12th Australian Symposium on Analytical Chemistry/3rd Environmental Chemistry Conference, Perth”. (6 pp).

Barry, G.A. and Rayment G.E. (1996). Raine Island - pristine or polluted. Extended Abstract. (2 pp). In “Proceedings, First International Conference on Contaminants in the Soil Environment in the Australasia-Pacific Region, February 1996, South Australia”.

Barry, G.A. and Rayment G.E. (1997). Heavy metals and nutrients in soils and sediments of Raine Island, Great Barrier Reef. Land Contamination and Reclamation 5, 281-285.

Beck P., Jankowski J. (2000). Natural attenuation processes of heavy metals in a sand aquifer: Botany Basin, Sydney, Australia, Contaminated site remediation: from source zones to ecosystems: Contaminated Site Remediation Conference, 2nd, 4-8 Sept 2000, Melbourne VIC, Proceedings, Johnston CD (ed). CSIRO Land and Water, Centre for Groundwater Studies, Wembley WA, 2000-12, 2, ISBN 0643060871, p383-390, 1 table, 5 figs.

Beck P., Jankowski J. (2000) Using K-D-Test Data in the Estimation of Contaminant Attenuation and Risk Assessment. in Groundwater: Past Achievements and Future Challenges, Proceedings of the XXX congress of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, A.A.Balkema, Rotterdam, Oliver Sililo, Groundwater: Past achievements and future challenges, XXX congress of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, Cape Town, South Africa; 26 November 2000 (Rotterdam: Rotterdam) pp 697-701.

Bell J., McLaughlin M., Wright G., Cruickshank A. (1997). Inter- and intra-specific variation in accumulation of cadmium by peanut, soybean and navybean, Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 1997, 48 (8), p1151- 1160, 5 tables, 2 figs, refs.

Bell M. (2005) Title of Project Sustainable biosolids recycling in southeast Queensland: project timeline July 2001 - June 2005.

Bell M., McLaughlin M., Wright G., Cruickshank A. (1997). Inter and intra specific variation in accumulation of cadmium by peanut, soybean, and navybean., Australian journal of agricultural research. 1997. v. 48 (8) p. 1151-1160.

Bennet-Chambers M., Davies P., Knott B. (1999). Cadmium in aquatic ecosystems in Western Australia: a legacy of nutrient-deficient soils, Journal of Environmental Management, 1999-12, 57 (4), p283-295, 4 tables, 5 figs, refs.

Berg G. (1992) Cadmium research co-ordination for DARA: project timeline April 1989 - April 1992.

Best E.K. and Rayment G.E. (1991). Quality of Australian barley - A heavy metal story In “Cereals International, Proceedings of a Conference”. (Eds. D.J. Martin and C.W. Wrigley.) pp. 354-356. Cereal Chem. Division, Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Victoria, Australia.

Best E.K. and Rayment G.E. (1991). Quality of Australian Barley - a heavy metal story. Cereals International Abstract 10.85. Chemistry in Australia 58, 389.

Boominathan R., Doran P. M. (2003). Organic acid complexation, heavy metal distribution and the effect of ATPase inhibition in hairy roots of hyperaccumulator plant species, Journal of Biotechnology, 101 (2) pp. 131-146, 2003.

Bramley R. G. V., Barrow N. J. (1994). Differences in the cadmium content of some common Western Australian pasture plants grown in a soil amended with cadmium--describing the effects of level of cadmium supply., Fertilizer research. 1994. v. 39 (2) p. 113-122.

Brooks A., White R. M., Paton D. C. (1995). Effects of heavy metals on the survival of Diacypris compacta (Herbst) (Ostracoda) from the Coorong, South Australia, International Journal of Salt Lake Research, 4, 133-163.

Broom G. P., Squires R. C., Simpson M. P. J., Martin I. (1994). Treatment of heavy metal effluents by crossflow microfiltration, Journal of Membrane Science, 87, 219-230.

Bruemmer G. W., Gerth J., Tiller K. G. (1988). Reaction kinetics of the adsorption and desorption of nickel, zinc and cadmium by goethite; I, Adsorption and diffusion of metals, Journal of Soil Science, 39, 37-52.

Cairney J., Van L. D., Chen D. (2001). Metal insensitivity in ericoid mycorrhizal endophytes from Woollsia pungens (Epacridaceae), Australian journal of botany, 2001, 49 (5), ISSN 00671924, p571-577, 2 tables, 2 figs, refs.

Campbell G., Galicia H., Schindler P. (1987). Binding of cadmium by montmorillonite-humic acid mixtures: miscible- displacement experiments, Australian Journal of Soil Research; (1987), v. 25 (4) p. 391-403; 4 graphs, 1 table, 48 ref., AB: (En).

Carlot M., Giacomini A., Casella S. (2000). Plant root bacteria as a support for phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soil, 2000 contaminated site remediation conference; From source zones to ecosystems, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Dec. 4-8, 2000.

Cattle A., McBratney A. B., Minasny B. (2002). Kriging method evaluation for assessing the spatial distribution of urban soil lead contamination, Journal of Environmental Quality, 31, 1576-1588.
Chaney R. L. (1989). Toxic element accumulation in soils and crops; protecting soil fertility and agricultural food-chains, Second international workshop on pollutant behavior in the vadose zone, Bet Dagan, Israel, June 1987: Ecological Studies, 74, 140-158.

Chang A. C., Page A. L., Lund L. J., Warneke J. E., Nelson C. O. (1989). Municipal sludges and utility ashes in California and their effects on soils, Second international workshop on pollutant behavior in the vadose zone, Bet Dagan, Israel, June 1987: Ecological Studies, 74, 125-139.

Cheevaporn V., Jacinto G. S., San Diego-McGlone M. L. (1995). Heavy metal fluxes in Bang Pakong River estuary, Thailand; sedimentary vs diffusive fluxes, International conference on Marine pollution and ecotoxicology, HKG, Jan. 22-26, 1995: Marine Pollution Bulletin, 31, 290-294.

Clark M., McConchie D., Saenger P., Pillsworth M. (1997). Hydrological controls on copper, cadmium, lead and zinc concentrations in an anthropogenically polluted mangrove ecosystem, Journal of coastal research, Fall 1997, 13 (4), ISSN 07490208, p1150- 1158, 29 refs.

Cobbett C. S., May M. J., Howden R., Rolls B. (1998). The glutathione deficient, cadmium sensitive mutant, cad2 1, of Arabidopsis thaliana is deficient in gamma glutamylcysteine synthetase., The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. Oct 1998. v. 16 (1) p. 73-78.

Collins R. N., Merrington G., McLaughlin M. J., Morel J.-L. (2003). Organic ligand and pH effects on isotopically exchangeable cadmium in polluted soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 67, 112-121.

Cook L. (2003) Title of Project Coordination of the National Cadmium Minimisation Strategy: project timeline November 1998 - October 2003.

Cook L. (2005) Title of Project Coordination of the National Cadmium Minimisation Strategy: project timeline October 1999 - June 2005.

Cooper J. (1996). The agronomic value of biosolids in cropping systems on acid soils in central NSW, Biosolids research in NSW: Biosolids Summit, June 1995, Rydalmere NSW, Proceedings, Osborne, GJ (ed), Parkin, RL (ed), Michalk, DL (ed), and Grieve, AM (ed). NSW Agriculture, Organic Waste Recycling Unit, Richmond NSW, 1996, p87-94, 10 tables, 9 figs, 4 refs, D631.86909944/1.

Corry H., Berg G., Shelley B., Peverill K. (1993). Survey of heavy metal contaminants in fertilisers and soil amendments, East Melbourne Vic., 1993. 17 p. Research Report Series - Victorian Department of Agriculture; no. 147; 12 tables, 8 ref., AB: (En), <930032>.

Crane A. G., Holden P. J. (1999). Leaching of harbour sediments by estuarine iron-oxidising bacteria, International biohydrometallurgy symposium IBS '99, Madrid, Spain, June 20-23, 1999: Process Metallurgy, 9.

Cresswell G., Fahy P., Tesoriero L. (1996). Growth, yield and heavy metal uptake by vegetables in soil amended with composted biosolids, Biosolids research in NSW: Biosolids Summit, June 1995, Rydalmere NSW, Proceedings, Osborne, GJ (ed), Parkin, RL (ed), Michalk, DL (ed), and Grieve, AM (ed). NSW Agriculture, Organic Waste Recycling Unit, Richmond NSW, 1996, p201-208, 5 tables, 3 figs, refs, D631.86909944/1.

Dann P., Derrick J., Dumaresq D., Ryan M. (1996). The response of organic and conventionally grown wheat to superphosphate and reactive rock phosphate, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1996, 36 (1), p71- 78, 6 tables, 2 figs, refs.

Davies C. (2004) Title of Project Determination of the biochemical and genetic factors affecting cadmium accumulation in potato tubers: project timeline January 2000 - June 2004.

De Filippis L. F., Ziegler H. (1993). Effect of sublethal concentrations of zinc, cadmium and mercury on the photosynthetic carbon reduction cycle of Euglena, Journal of Plant Physiology, 142, 167-172.

Dunbar K. R., McLaughlin M. J., Reid R. J. (2003). The uptake and partitioning of cadmium in two cultivars of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.), Journal of Experimental Botany, 54 (381) pp. 349-354, 2003.

Dunn R., Roberts G. (1998). Victorian produce monitoring: program AB: report (1987-96), Victorian Department of Natural Resources and Environment, s.l., 1998, 56p, 13 tables, 3 figs, 16 refs, 980225.

Eccles J. (2005) Title of Project Coordination of the National Cadmium Minimisation Strategy: project timeline October 1999 - June 2005.

Evans G. (1997). Managing cadmium in agriculture and food : the issues for government., Bureau of Resource Sciences,c1997. vii, 52 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.

Fotovat A., Naidu R. (1998). Changes in composition of soil aqueous phase influence chemistry of indigenous heavy metals in alkaline sodic and acidic soils, Geoderma, 1998-06, 84 (1-3), ISSN 00167061, p213-234, 3 tables, 11 figs, refs.

Gambrell R. P., Patrick W. H., Jr (1989). Cu, Zn, and Cd availability in a sludge-amended soil under controlled pH and redox potential conditions, Second international workshop on pollutant behavior in the vadose zone, Bet Dagan, Israel, June 1987: Ecological Studies, 74, 89-106.

Gartrell J. (1990). Grain cadmium - superphosphate is not the cad, Perth WA, 1990. 2 p. Technote - Western Australian Department of Agriculture; no. 2/90; 2 tables, For restricted circulation only.

Gerritse R. Column and catchment scale transport of cadmium: effect of dissolved organic matter., Journal of contaminant hydrology. Apr 1996. v. 22 (3/4) p. 145-163.

Gerritse R. G. (1996). Column and catchment scale transport of cadmium: effect of dissolved organic matter., Journal of contaminant hydrology. Apr 1996. v. 22 (3/4) p. 145-163.

Gerritse R. G., van Driel W. (1984). The relationship between adsorption of trace metals, organic matter, and pH in temperate soils, Journal of Environmental Quality, 13, 197-204.

Glendinning J. (1987). Is cadmium in superphosphate a problem?, Pasture Notes; (Jan 1987), v. 2(1) p. 8-9; Not to be cited without permission of author.

Hamon R., Wundke J., McLaughlin M., Naidu R. (1997). Availability of zinc and cadmium to different plant species, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 35 (6) pp. 1267-1277, 1997.

Hamon R. E., Holm P. E., Lorenz S. E., McGrath S. P., Christensen T. H. (1999). Metal uptake by plants from sludge amended soils: caution is required in the plateau interpretation., Plant and soil. 1999. v. 216 (1/2) p. 53-64.

Hamon R. E., McLaughlin M. J., Naidu R., Correll R. (1998). Long term changes in cadmium bioavailability in soil., Environmental science & technology. Dec 1, 1998. v. 32 (23) p. 3699-3703.

Handreck K. A. (1994). Effect of pH on the uptake of cadmium, copper, and zinc from soilless media containing sewage sludge, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 25, 1913-1927.

Hardy S. (2002). Monitoring pesticide and cadmium residues in fresh fruit and vegetables: 1997-2000, NSW Agriculture, Dubbo NSW, 2002-01, 68p, ill, D668.65/2.

Hardy S. (2002). Monitoring pesticide and cadmium residues in fresh fruit and vegetables: 2000-2001, NSW Agriculture, s.l., 2002-06, 64p, 12 tables, D668.65/2.

Harney M. (1989) Manufacture of soil treatment additives from dirt produced by treatment of wool scour effluent: project timeline September 1989-.

Harter R. D., Naidu R. (2001). An assessment of environmental and solution parameter impact on trace-metal sorption by soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 65, 597-612.

Hartley J., Cairney J., Sanders F., Meharg A. (1997). Toxic interactions of metal ions (Cd2+, Pb2+, Zn2+ and Sb3-) on in vitro biomass production of ectomycorrhizal fungi, New phytologist, 1997-11, 137 (3), ISSN 0028646X, p551-562, 4 tables, 5 figs, refs.

Hartley J., Cairney W., Meharg A. (1999). Cross~colonization of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus in the presence of inhibitory levels of Cd and Zn, New Phytology, 1999~04, 142 (1), p141~149, 2 tables, 7 figs, refs,.

Havrila A. (1990). Cadmium: the economic effect on the production of pigmeats of restriction on the use of rock phosphates: marginal analysis model, Melbourne Vic., 1990. 31 p. Discussion Paper - Victorian Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs; no. 9001; 5 fig., 9 tables, 23 ref., <900023>.

Hinz C. (2000). Correlations between soil properties and trace metal sorption, Soils 2000: making our science more useable: Western Australian Soil Science Conference, 5th, 11-13 July 2000, Northam WA, Proceedings, Tang, C (comp) and Williamson, DR (comp). Australian Society of Soil Science Inc (WA Branch), s.l., 2000-07, ISBN 0958659559, p137-143, 2 figs, 10 refs.

Ho G. E., Matthew K., Newman P. W. G. (1989). Leachate Quality from Gypsum Neutralized Red Mud Applied to Sandy Soils, Water, Air and Soil Pollution WAPLAC Vol. 47, No. 1-2, p 1-18, September 1989. 8 fig, 4 tab, 14 ref.

Hocking P. J., McLaughlin M. J. (2000). Genotypic variation in cadmium accumulation by seed of linseed, and comparison with seeds of some other crop species, Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 51 (4) pp. 427-433, 2000.

Hooda P. S., Alloway B. J. (1998). Cadmium and lead sorption behaviour of selected English and Indian soils, First international conference on Contaminants and the soil environment, Adelaide, South Aust., Australia, 1996: Geoderma, 84, 121-134.

Hosie D., Bogoias A., Laeter J. d., Rosman K. (1978). The cadmium content in soil at Heirisson Island, Western Australia, Search. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement; (Jan 1978), v. 9(1-2) p. 47-49; 2 graphs, 8 ref.

Howden R., Andersen C. R., Goldsbrough P. B., Cobbett C. S. (1995). A cadmium sensitive, glutathione deficient mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana., Plant physiology. Apr 1995. v. 107 (4) p. 1067-1073.

Howden R., Goldsbrough P. B., Andersen C. R., Cobbett C. S. (1995). Cadmium sensitive, cad1 mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana phytochelatin deficient., Plant physiology. Apr 1995. v. 107 (4) p. 1059-1066.

Hughes R., Hirst P. (1996). Effectiveness of N-Viro Soil, dewatered biosolids, cane mill mud, lime and inorganic fertilisers as nutrients and ameliorants for sugar cane soils, Biosolids research in NSW: Biosolids Summit, June 1995, Rydalmere NSW, Proceedings, Osborne, GJ (ed), Parkin, RL (ed), Michalk, DL (ed), and Grieve, AM (ed). NSW Agriculture, Organic Waste Recycling Unit, Richmond NSW, 1996, p112-115, 5 tables, 2 refs, D631.86909944/1.

Jeffrey A. (1994). Grain sorghum quality: heavy metal status, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane Qld, 1994, iii 34p, 12 tables, 8 figs, refs: Series Project Report Series (Queensland Department of Primary Industries); no QO95004.

Jinadasa K., Milham P., Hawkins C., Cornish P., Williams P., Kaldor C., Conroy J. Survey of cadmium levels in vegetables and soils of greater Sydney, Australia., Journal of environmental quality. July/Aug 1997. v. 26 (4) p. 924-933.

Johnson B. B. (1990). Effect of pH, temperature, and concentration on the adsorption of cadmium on geothite., Environmental Science and Technology, 24, 112-118.

Kanabo I. A. K., Gilkes R. J. (1992). Low-contaminant jarosite waste as a fertilizer amendment., Journal of environmental quality. Oct/Dec 1992. v. 21 (4) p. 679-684.

Khan A., Chaudhry T., Hayes W., Khoo C., Hill L., Fernandez R., Gallardoo P. (1998). Physical, chemical and biological characterization of a steelworks waste site at Port Kembla, New South Wales, Australia, Water, air and soil pollution, 1998-06, 104 (3-4), ISSN 00496979, p389- 402, 4 tables, refs.

Khan A., Kuek C., Chaudhry T., Khoo C., Hayes W. (2000). Role of Plants, Mycorrhizae and Phytochelators in Heavy Metal Contaminated Land Remediation, Chemosphere, 41, 197-207.

Khoshmanesh A., Lawson F., Prince I. G. (1997). Cell surface area as a major parameter in the uptake of cadmium by unicellular green microalgae, Chemical Engineering Journal, 65 (1) pp. 13-19, 1997.

Kim N., Fergusson J. (1992). Adsorption of cadmium by an aquent New Zealand soil and its components, Australian Journal of Soil Research; (1992), v. 30 (2) p. 159-167; 2 tables, 1 fig., 37 ref., append., AB: (En).

Klimek K., Brierley G. J., Stankoviansky M. (2002). Human-induced overbank sedimentation in the foreland of the eastern Sudety Mountains, Geomorphic responses to land use change, Smolenice, Slovak Republic, June 2000: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 27, 391-402.

Koh T. (1989). Cadmium and livestock, Plant Services Division Agronomy Technical Conference; Adelaide SA (Australia); 14 Mar 1989 / South Australian Dept. of Agriculture, Adelaide. Plant Service Div. Agronomy Conference papers; Adelaide SA, Department of Agriculture, 1989. p. 67-68.

Koh T., Bansemer P., Frensham A. (1998). A survey of the cadmium concentration in kidney, liver and muscle of South Australian cattle, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1998, 38 (6), p535- 540, 5 tables, 2 figs, refs.

Koh T-S. and Judson G.J. (1986). Trace elements in sheep grazing near a lead-zinc smelter at Port Pirie, South Australia. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 37, 87-95.

Kookana R., Naidu R. (1998). Effect of soil solution composition on cadmium transport through variable charge soils, Geoderma, 1998-06, 84 (1-3), ISSN 00167061, p235-248, 2 tables, 7 figs, refs.

Kookana R., Naidu R., Tiller K. (1994). Sorption non-equilibrium during cadmium transport through soils, Australian Journal of Soil Research; (1994), v. 32 (4) p. 635-651; 3 tables, 6 fig., 37 ref., AB: (En).

Krishnamurti G., Naidu R. (2000). Speciation and phytoavailability of cadmium in selected surface soils of South Australia, Australian journal of soil science, 2000, 38 (5), ISSN 00049573, p991-1004, 4 tables, 3 figs, refs.

Krishnamurti G., Smith L., Naidu R. (2000). Method for assessing plant-available cadmium in soils, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 2000, 38 (4), p823-836, 6 tables, 2 figs, refs.

Krishnamurti G. S. R., Naidu R. (2003). Solid-solution equilibria of cadmium in soils, Geoderma, 113, 17-30.

Langlands J. P., Donald G. E., Bowles J. E. (1988). Cadmium concentrations in liver, kidney and muscle in Australian sheep and cattle., Australian journal of experimental agriculture. 1988. v. 28 (3) p. 291-297.

Lee H., Jones C. (1976). Interactions of selenium, cadmium and copper in sheep, Australian Journal of Agricultural Research; (May 1976), v. 27(3) p. 447-452; 2 tables, 11 ref., AB: (En).

Ma Y. B., Uren N. C. (1998). Transformations of heavy metals added to soil: application of a new sequential extraction procedure, Geoderma, 1998-06, 84 (1-3), ISSN 00167061, p157-168, 6 tables, 4 figs, refs.

Macreadie I. G., Sewell A. K., Winge D. R. (1994) Metal ion resistance and the role of metallothionein in yeast. in Metal ions in fungi pp 279-310.

Maier N., McLaughlin M., Heap M., Butt M., Smart M. (2002). Effect of current-season application of calcitic lime and phosphorus fertilization on soil pH, potato growth, yield, dry matter content, and cadmium concentration, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 2002, 33 (13-14), p2145-2165, 9 tables, refs.

Maier N., McLaughlin M., Heap M., Butt M., Smart M. (2002). Effect of nitrogen source and calcitic lime on soil pH and potato yield, leaf chemical composition, and tuber cadmium concentration, Journal of Plant Nutrition, 2002, 25 (3), p523-544, 8 tables, 1 fig, refs.

Maier N., McLaughlin M., Heap M., Butt M., Smart M., Williams C. (1997). Effect of current-season application of calcitic lime on soil pH, yield and cadmium concentration in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) tubers, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 1997, 47 (1), p29-40, 5 tables, 1 fig, refs.

Mann L. (2001) Title of Project Monitoring chemical residues in processing tomatoes: project timeline July 1998 - August 2001.

Mann S., Ritchie G. (1993). The influence of pH on the forms of cadmium in four Western Australian soils, Australian Journal of Soil Research; (1993), v. 31 (3) p. 255-270; 3 tables, 7 fig., 39 ref., AB: (En).

Mann S., Ritchie G. (1994). Changes in the forms of cadmium with time in some Western Australian soils, Australian Journal of Soil Research; (1994), v. 32 (2) p. 241-250; 5 fig., 20 ref., AB: (En).

Mann S. S., Rate A. W. (1998). Determination of cadmium in soil extracts containing high levels of iron and aluminum by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrophotometry., Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1998. v. 29 (17 /18) p. 2725-2737.

Mann S. S., Rate A. W., Gilkes R. J. (2002). Cadmium Accumulation in Agricultural Soils in Western Australia, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution.

Mann S. S., Ritchie G. S. P. (1995). Forms of cadmium in sandy soils after amendment with soils of higher fixing capacity, Environmental Pollution, 87, 23-29.

Mann S. S., Ritchie G. S. P., Anonymous (1992). pH effects on cadmium fractions in West Australian soils, 1992 annual meetings; American Society of Agronomy, 84th annual meeting; Crop Science Society of America; Soil Science Society of America; Clay Minerals Society, Minneapolis, MN, United States, Nov. 1-6, 1992: Agronomy Abstracts, 84, 242.

Markus J. A., McBratney A. B. (1996). An urban soil study; heavy metals in Glebe, Australia, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 34, 453-465.

Mason R. (1991) Superphosphate fertiliser use and its effect on tissue cadmium levels in sheep: project timeline January 1989 - February 1991.

Masters H., Petterson D. (1988). Cadmium studies in Western Australia, Cadmium Accumulation in Australian Agriculture: National Symposium; Canberra ACT (Australia); 1 Mar 1988 / Simpson J Curnow W (ed.) Cadmium Accumulation in Australian Agriculture: National Symposium Canberra, 1-2 March 1988; Canberra ACT, Australian Government Publishing Service, 1988. p. 131-139 Proceedings - Australian Bureau of Rural Resources; no. 2; 3 tables, 5 ref., AB: (En).

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