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Amber Bateman
Amber Bateman
The University of Western Australia and Kings Park and Botanic Gardens
Verified email at student.uwa.edu.au
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Native-plant amendments and topsoil addition enhance soil function in post-mining arid grasslands
T Kneller, RJ Harris, A Bateman, M Muņoz-Rojas
Science of the total environment 621, 744-752, 2018
372018
Ecophysiological indicators to assess drought responses of arid zone native seedlings in reconstructed soils
A Bateman, W Lewandrowski, JC Stevens, M Muņoz‐Rojas
Land Degradation & Development 29 (4), 984-993, 2018
362018
Inorganic soil amendments alter seedling performance of native plant species in post-mining arid zone rehabilitation
AM Bateman, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, M Muņoz-Rojas
Journal of environmental management 241, 179-186, 2019
122019
To whom the burden of soil degradation and management concerns
AM Bateman, M Muņoz-Rojas
Advances in Chemical Pollution, Environmental Management and Protection 4, 1-22, 2019
122019
A case study of seed-use technology development for Pilbara mine site rehabilitation
TE Erickson, M Munoz-Rojas, AL Guzzomi, M Masarei, E Ling, ...
Mine Closure 2019: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mine …, 2019
102019
Water availability drives the effectiveness of inorganic amendments to increase plant growth and substrate quality
AM Bateman, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, EJ Veneklaas, M Muņoz-Rojas
Catena 182, 104116, 2019
92019
The limitations of seedling growth and drought tolerance to novel soil substrates in arid systems: Implications for restoration success
A Bateman, W Lewandrowski, J Stevens, M Muņoz-Rojas
EGU General Assembly 1722, 2016
92016
Global change impacts on arid zone ecosystems: Seedling establishment processes are threatened by temperature and water stress
W Lewandrowski, JC Stevens, BL Webber, E L Dalziell, MS Trudgen, ...
Ecology and Evolution 11 (12), 8071-8084, 2021
82021
Native plant diversity is a stronger driver for soil quality than inorganic amendments in semi-arid post-mining rehabilitation
AM Bateman, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, EJ Veneklaas, M Muņoz-Rojas
Geoderma 394, 115001, 2021
22021
Effects of inorganic amendments (urea, gypsum) on seed germination and seedling recruitment of 20 native plant species used in dryland restoration. In ‘European Geosciences …
A Bateman, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, M Muņoz-Rojas
Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria. Available at http …, 2017
22017
Life post mining: Using soil amendments to promote soil quality and native plant recruitment for arid landscape rehabilitation
AM Bateman
Ph. D. Thesis, 2020
12020
Soil native microbes and multi-species planting for restoring soil function in dryland rehabilitation
M Muņoz-Rojas, TE Erickson, A Bateman, AM Chilton, DJ Merritt
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 11750, 2020
2020
Inorganic soil amendments increase plant establishment and soil quality in dryland rehabilitation but effectiveness is dependent on water availability.
A Bateman, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, E Veneklaas, M Muņoz-Rojas
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
The Soil Program of the Restoration Seedbank Initiative project: addressing knowledge gaps in dryland restoration
M Muņoz-Rojas, TE Erickson, A Bateman, T Kneller, DJ Merritt
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 10316, 2018
2018
The combination of restoration strategies to overcome topsoil deficit and enhance quality of reconstructed soils in semi-arid lands
T Kneller, A Bateman, R Harris, M Muņoz-Rojas
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 11035, 2018
2018
The Soil Program of the Restoration Seedbank Initiative: addressing knowledge gaps in degraded soils for use in dryland restoration
M Muņoz-Rojas, A Bateman, TE Erickson, S Turner, DJ Merritt
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 13688, 2017
2017
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