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Ramezanian A., Dahlin A.S, Campbell C.D, Hillier S., Oeborn I..  2015.  Assessing biogas digestate, pot ale, wood ash and rockdust as soil amendments: effects on soil chemistry and microbial community composition. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B-Soil and Plant Science. 65:383-399.
Chapman S.J, Campbell C.D, Artz R.RE.  2007.  Assessing CLPPs using MicroReSp (TM) - A comparison with biolog and multi-SIR. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 7:406-410.
Delgado-Baquerizo M., Reich P.B, Khachane A.N, Campbell C.D, Thomas N., Freitag T.E, W. Al-Soud A, Sorensen S., Bardgett R.D, Singh B.K.  2017.  It is elemental: soil nutrient stoichiometry drives bacterial diversity. Environmental Microbiology. 19:1176-1188.
Campbell C.D, Cameron C.M, Bastias B.A, Chen C.R, Cairney J.WG.  2008.  Long term repeated burning in a wet sclerophyll forest reduces fungal and bacterial biomass and responses to carbon substrates. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2246-2252.
Campbell C.D, Chapman S.J, Cameron C.M, Davidson M.S, Potts J.M.  2003.  A rapid microtiter plate method to measure carbon dioxide evolved from carbon substrate amendments so as to determine the physiological profiles of soil microbial communities by using whole soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 69:3593-3599.
Artz R.RE, Chapman S.J, Campbell C.D.  2006.  Substrate utilisation profiles of microbial communities in peat are depth dependent and correlate with whole soil FTIR profiles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38:2958-2962.