Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt
Lecturer Soil Science, Griffith University
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Biologically and chemically mediated adsorption and precipitation of phosphorus from wastewater
C Pratt, SA Parsons, A Soares, BD Martin
Current opinion in Biotechnology 23 (6), 890-896, 2012
Phosphorus removal mechanisms in active slag filters treating waste stabilization pond effluent
C Pratt, A Shilton, S Pratt, RG Haverkamp, NS Bolan
Environmental science & technology 41 (9), 3296-3301, 2007
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria increase the efficiency of fertilisers while reducing nitrogen loss
C Paungfoo-Lonhienne, M Redding, C Pratt, W Wang
Journal of environmental management 233, 337-341, 2019
A New Contaminant Superhighway? A Review of Sources, Measurement Techniques and Fate of Atmospheric Microplastics
O Mbachu, G Jenkins, C Pratt, P Kaparaju
Mobilisation of traffic-derived trace metals from road corridors into coastal stream and estuarine sediments, Cairns, northern Australia
C Pratt, BG Lottermoser
Environmental Geology 52 (3), 437-448, 2007
Effects of redox potential and pH changes on phosphorus retention by melter slag filters treating wastewater
C Pratt, A Shilton, S Pratt, RG Haverkamp, I Elmetri
Environmental science & technology 41 (18), 6585-6590, 2007
Varying atmospheric methane concentrations affect soil methane oxidation rates and methanotroph populations in pasture, an adjacent pine forest, and a landfill
KR Tate, AS Walcroft, C Pratt
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 52, 75-81, 2012
Assessment of physical techniques to regenerate active slag filters removing phosphorus from wastewater
C Pratt, A Shilton, RG Haverkamp, S Pratt
Water research 43 (2), 277-282, 2009
The rise of artificial soil carbon inputs: reviewing microplastic pollution effects in the soil environment
O Mbachu, G Jenkins, P Kaparaju, C Pratt
Science of The Total Environment, 146569, 2021
Review of greenhouse gas emissions from the storage and land application of farm dairy effluent
J Laubach, S Heubeck, C Pratt, KB Woodward, B Guieysse, ...
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 58 (2), 203-233, 2015
Biofiltration of methane emissions from a dairy farm effluent pond
C Pratt, AS Walcroft, KR Tate, DJ Ross, R Roy, MH Reid, PW Veiga
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 152, 33-39, 2012
Active slag filters—simple and sustainable phosphorus removal from wastewater using steel industry byproduct
C Pratt, A Shilton
Water Science and Technology 62 (8), 1713-1718, 2010
Mitigating methane: emerging technologies to combat climate change’s second leading contributor
C Pratt, K Tate
Environmental science & technology, 2018
CH4/CO2 ratios indicate highly efficient methane oxidation by a pumice landfill cover-soil
C Pratt, AS Walcroft, J Deslippe, KR Tate
Waste management 33 (2), 412-419, 2013
Enhanced biogas production using cow manure to stabilize co-digestion of whey and primary sludge
A Shilton, N Powell, A Broughton, C Pratt, S Pratt, C Pepper
Environmental technology 34 (17), 2491-2496, 2013
Does manure management affect the latent greenhouse gas emitting potential of livestock manures?
C Pratt, M Redding, J Hill, PD Jensen
Waste management 46, 568-576, 2015
Trace metal uptake by the grass Melinis repens from roadside soils and sediments, tropical Australia
C Pratt, BG Lottermoser
Environmental geology 52 (8), 1651-1662, 2007
Testing a biofilter cover design to mitigate dairy effluent pond methane emissions
C Pratt, J Deslippe, KR Tate
Environmental science & technology 47 (1), 526-532, 2012
Downstream processing of reverse osmosis brine: Characterisation of potential scaling compounds
M Zaman, G Birkett, C Pratt, B Stuart, S Pratt
Water research 80, 227-234, 2015
Soil N availability, rather than N deposition, controls indirect N2O emissions
MR Redding, PR Shorten, R Lewis, C Pratt, C Paungfoo-Lonhienne, J Hill
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 95, 288-298, 2016
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