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Lin, Chaofeng, Larsen, Eloise I., Larsen, Genevieve R., Cox, Malcolm E., & Smith, James J. (2012) Bacterially mediated iron cycling and associated biogeochemical processes in a subtropical shallow coastal aquifer: implications for groundwater quality. Hydrobiologia.
Lin, Chaofeng, Larsen, Eloise I., Grace, Peter R., & Smith, James J. (2012) Microcosm study of ion mobilization and greenhouse gas evolution in soils of a plantation-forested subtropical coastal catchment. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution.
Lin, Chaofeng, Larsen, Eloise I., Nothdurft, Luke D., & Smith, James J. (2012) Neutrophilic, microaerophilic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacteria are ubiquitous in aquatic habitats of a subtropical Australian coastal catchment (ubiquitous FeOB in catchment aquatic habitats). Geomicrobiology Journal, 29(1), pp. 76-87.
Lin, Chaofeng, Larsen, Eloise, Grace, Peter, & Smith, James J. (2011) Occurrence of iron and associated bacterial populations in soils of a forested subtropical coastal catchment. European Journal of Soil Biology, 47(5), pp. 322-332.
Lin, Chaofeng, Larsen, Eloise, Grace, Peter, & Smith, James (2010) Bioavailability of soil organic carbon and Fe as influenced by forestry practices in a subtropical coastal catchment. In Gilkes, R & Prakongkep, N (Eds.) Soil Solutions for a Changing World: proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 1 - 6 August, 2010, Australia, Queensland, Brisbane.
Lin, Chaofeng (2010) Iron biogeochemistry and associated greenhouse gas evolution in a forested subtropical Australian coastal catchment : Poona Creek, Southeast Queensland. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.