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Institut für Agrarklimaschutz

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Referierte Publikationen von Ullrich Dettmann

Anzahl der Datensätze: 7

  1. Dettmann U, Bechtold M, Viohl T, Piayda A, Sokolowsky L, Tiemeyer B (2019) Evaporation experiments for the determination of hydraulic properties of peat and other organic soils: An evaluation of methods based on a large dataset. J Hydrol 575:933-944, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.05.088
  2. Säurich A, Tiemeyer B, Dettmann U, Don A (2019) How do sand addition, soil moisture and nutrient status influence greenhouse gas fluxes from drained organic soils? Soil Biol Biochem 135:71-84, DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.04.013
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  3. Bechtold M, Dettmann U, Wöhl Lena, Durner W, Piayda A, Tiemeyer B (2018) Comparing methods for measuring water retention of peat near permanent wilting point. Soil Sci Soc Am J 82(3):601-605, DOI:10.2136/sssaj2017.10.0372
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  4. Dettmann U, Bechtold M (2018) Evaluating commercial moisture probes in reference solutions covering mineral to peat soil conditions. Vadose Zone J 17(1):1-6, DOI:10.2136/vzj2017.12.0208
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  5. Dettmann U, Bechtold M (2016) Deriving effective soil water retention characteristics from shallow water table fluctuations in peatlands. Vadose Zone J 15(10):1-13, DOI:10.2136/vzj2016.04.0029
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  6. Dettmann U, Bechtold M (2016) One-dimensional expression to calculate specific yield for shallow groundwater systems with microrelief. Hydrol Process 30(2):334-340, DOI:10.1002/hyp.10637
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  7. Dettmann U, Bechtold M, Frahm E, Tiemeyer B (2014) On the applicability of unimodal and bimodal van Genuchten–Mualem based models to peat and other organic soils under evaporation conditions. J Hydrol 515:103-115
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