Alwyn Williams
Alwyn Williams
School of Agriculture and Food Science, The University of Queensland
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Long-term agricultural fertilization alters arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community composition and barley (Hordeum vulgare) mycorrhizal carbon and phosphorus exchange
A Williams, L Manoharan, N Rosenstock, PA Olsson, K Hedlund
New Phytologist 213, 874-885, 2017
Soil Water Holding Capacity Mitigates Downside Risk and Volatility in US Rainfed Maize: Time to Invest in Soil Organic Matter?
A Williams, MC Hunter, M Kammerer, DA Kane, NR Jordan, ...
PLoS ONE 11, e0160974, 2016
Indicators of soil ecosystem services in conventional and organic arable fields along a gradient of landscape heterogeneity in southern Sweden
A Williams, K Hedlund
Applied Soil Ecology 65, 1-7, 2013
Agricultural management practices influence AMF diversity and community composition with cascading effects on plant productivity
L Manoharan, N Rosenstock, A Williams, K Hedlund
Applied Soil Ecology 115, 53-59, 2017
The effects of 55 years of different inorganic fertiliser regimes on soil properties and microbial community composition
A Williams, G Börjesson, K Hedlund
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67, 41-46, 2013
Relationships between multiple biodiversity components and ecosystem services along a landscape complexity gradient
K Birkhofer, GKS Andersson, J Bengtsson, R Bommarco, J Dänhardt, ...
Biological Conservation 218, 247-253, 2018
Rapid and distinct responses of particulate and mineral-associated organic nitrogen to conservation tillage and cover crops
A Jilling, D Kane, A Williams, AC Yannarell, A Davis, NR Jordan, ...
Geoderma 359, 114001, 2020
Cover Crop-Based, Organic Rotational No-Till Corn and Soybean Production Systems in the Mid-Atlantic United States
J Wallace, A Williams, J Liebert, V Ackroyd, R Vann, W Curran, C Keene, ...
Agriculture 7, 34, 2017
A regionally-adapted implementation of conservation agriculture delivers rapid improvements to soil properties associated with crop yield stability
A Williams, NR Jordan, RG Smith, MC Hunter, M Kammerer, DA Kane, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 8467, 2018
Crop rotations including ley and manure can promote ecosystem services in conventional farming systems
A Albizua, A Williams, K Hedlund, U Pascual
Applied Soil Ecology 95, 54-61, 2015
Root architecture for improved resource capture: trade-offs in complex environments
FJT van der Bom, A Williams, MJ Bell
Journal of Experimental Botany 71 (19), 5752-5763, 2020
Indicators and trade-offs of ecosystem services in agricultural soils along a landscape heterogeneity gradient
A Williams, K Hedlund
Applied Soil Ecology 77, 1-8, 2014
Cover crop legacy impacts on soil water and nitrogen dynamics, and on subsequent crop yields in drylands: a meta-analysis
I Garba, L Bell, A Williams
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 42, 34, 2022
A framework to identify indicator species for ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes
K Birkhofer, A Rusch, GKS Andersson, R Bommarco, J Dänhardt, ...
Ecological Indicators 91, 278-286, 2018
Soil functional zone management: a vehicle for enhancing production and soil ecosystem services in row-crop agroecosystems
A Williams, DA Kane, PM Ewing, LW Atwood, A Jilling, M Li, Y Lou, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 65, 2016
Establishing the relationship of soil nitrogen immobilization to cereal rye residues in a mulched system
A Williams, M Scott Wells, DA Dickey, S Hu, J Maul, DT Raskin, ...
Plant and Soil 426, 95-107, 2018
Different arbuscular mycorrhizae and competition with an exotic grass affect the growth of Podocarpus cunninghamii Colenso cuttings
A Williams, HJ Ridgway, DA Norton
New Forests 44, 183-195, 2013
Sustainable commercialization of new crops for the agricultural bioeconomy
NR Jordan, K Dorn, B Runck, P Ewing, A Williams, KA Anderson, L Felice, ...
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 4, 000081, 2016
Reconciling opposing soil processes in row-crop agroecosystems via soil functional zone management
A Williams, A Davis, A Jilling, S Grandy, R Koide, D Mortensen, R Smith, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 236, 99-107, 2017
A cooperative governance network for crop genome editing: The success of governance networks in other areas could help to find common ground for applying genome editing in …
NR Jordan, KM Dorn, TM Smith, KE Wolf, PM Ewing, AL Fernandez, ...
EMBO reports 18, 1683-1687, 2017
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