Institute of

Climate-Smart Agriculture


Steffanie Schirren
Institute of Climate-Smart Agriculture

Bundesallee 65
38116 Braunschweig
Phone: +49 531 596 2602
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  1. Cheng Y, Elrys AS, Wang J, Xu C, Ni K, Zhang J, Wang S, Cai Z, Pacholski AS (2022) Application of enhanced-efficiency nitrogen fertilizers reduces mineral nitrogen usage and emissions of both N2O and NH3 while sustaining yields in a wheat-rice rotation system. Agric Ecosyst Environ 324:107720, DOI:10.1016/j.agee.2021.107720
  2. Wei Z, Shan J, Well R, Yan X, Senbayram M (2022) Land use conversion and soil moisture affect the magnitude and pattern of soil-borne N2, NO, and N2O emissions. Geoderma 407:115568, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2021.115568
  3. Don A (2022) No threat to global soil carbon stocks by wild boar grubbing. Global Change Biol 28(3):685-686, DOI:10.1111/gcb.15990
  4. Krauss M, Wiesmeier M, Don A, Cuperus F, Gattinger A, Gruber S, Haagsma WK, Peigne J, Chiodelli Palazzoli M, Schulz F, van der Heijden MGK, Vincent-Caboud L, Wittwer RA, Zikeli S, Steffens M (2022) Reduced tillage in organic farming affects soil organic carbon stocks in temperate Europe. Soil Tillage Res 216:105262, DOI:10.1016/j.still.2021.105262
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  5. Just C, Poeplau C, Don A, Wesemael B van, Kögel-Knabner I, Wiesmeier M (2021) A simple approach to isolate slow and fast cycling organic carbon fractions in Central European soils - importance of dispersion method. Front Soil Sci 1:692583, DOI:10.3389/fsoil.2021.692583
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  6. Rodrigues L, Hardy B, Huyghebeart B, Fohrafellner J, Fornara DA, Barancikova G, Barcena TG, De Boever M, Di Bene C, Feiziene D, Kätterer T, Laszlo P, O’Sullivan L, Seitz D, Leifeld J (2021) Achievable agricultural soil carbon sequestration across Europe from country-specific estimates. Global Change Biol 27(24):6363-6380, DOI:10.1111/gcb.15897
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  7. Wagner C, Nyord T, Vestergaard A, Hafner SD, Pacholski AS (2021) Acidification effects on in situ ammonia emissions and cereal yields depending on slurry type and application method. Agriculture 11(11):1053, DOI:10.3390/agriculture11111053
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  8. Dettmann U, Kraft NN, Rech R, Heidkamp A, Tiemeyer B (2021) Analysis of peat soil organic carbon, total nitrogen, soil water content and basal respiration: Is there a ‘best’ drying temperature? Geoderma 403:115231, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2021.115231
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  9. Tiemeyer B, Heller S, Oehmke W, Dettmann U (2021) Auswirkungen von Wassermanagement und Grünlanderneuerung auf die THG-Emissionen von intensiv genutztem Moorgrünland. Braunschweig: Thünen-Institut für Agrarklimaschutz, 2 p, Project Brief Thünen Inst 2021/20, DOI:10.3220/PB1625728774000
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  10. Liebmann P, Mikutta R, Kalbitz K, Wordell-Dietrich P, Leinemann T, Preusser S, Mewes O, Perrin E, Bachmann J, Don A, Kandeler E, Marschner B, Schaarschmidt F, Guggenberger G (2021) Biogeochemical limitations of carbon stabilization in forest subsoils. J Plant Nutr Soil Sci:in Press, DOI:10.1002/jpln.202100295
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