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Chappell A, Webb N, Butler H, Strong CL, McTainish G, Leys J, Rossel RAViscarr.  2013.  Soil organic carbon dust emission: an omitted global source of atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology. 19:3238-3244.
Chappell A, Webb N, Butler H, Strong CL, McTainish G, Lleys J, Rossel RViscarra.  2013.  The role of carbon dust emission as a global source of atmospheric CO2. Soil Carbon Sequestration for Climate, Food Security and Ecosystem Services International Conference.
Chappell A, Webb N, Rossel RV, Bui E.  2014.  Australian net (1950s-1990) soil organic carbon erosion: implications for CO2 emission and land-atmosphere modelling. Biogeosciences. 11:5235-5244.
Chappell A, Webb N, Butler H, Strong C, McTanish GH, Leys J.  2012.  Australian carbon dust emission: a carbon accounting omission? Joint Australian and New Zealand Soil Science Conference. Sequestration - Accounting
Chappell A, Webb N, Guerschman J.P., Thomas D, Mata G, Handcock R., Leys J.  2018.  Improving ground cover monitoring for wind erosion assessment using MODIS BRDF parameters. Remote Sensing of Environment. 204:756-768.
Chappell A, Webb N.  2018.  Significance for dust emission modelling of omitting changing aerodynamic roughness. International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Chappell A, Webb N, Leys J, Waters C, Orgill S, Eyres M.  2019.  Soil Organic Carbon Erosion is Critical for Land Degradation Neutrality. Environmental Science and Policy. 93:43-52.