Institute of

Climate-Smart Agriculture


Hanne Schmidt-Przebierala
Institute of Climate-Smart Agriculture

Bundesallee 65
38116 Braunschweig
Phone: +49 531 596 2601
Fax: +49 531 596 2699

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  1. Ledo A, Hillier J, Smith P, Aguilera E, Blagodatskiy S, Brearley FQ, Datta A, Diaz-Pines E, Don A, Dondini M, Dunn J, Feliciano DM, Liebig MA, Lang R, Llorente M, Zinn YL, McNamara N, Ogle S, Qin Z, Rovira P, et al (2019) A global, empirical, harmonised dataset of soil organic carbon changes under perennial crops. Sci Data 6:Article 57, DOI:10.1038/s41597-019-0062-1
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  2. Rösemann C, Haenel H-D, Dämmgen U, Döring U, Wulf S, Eurich-Menden B, Freibauer A, Döhler H, Schreiner C, Osterburg B, Fuß R (2019) Calculations of gaseous and particulate emissions from German agriculture 1990 - 2017 : report on methods and data (RMD) submission 2019. Braunschweig: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, 432 p, Thünen Rep 67, DOI:10.3220/REP1552549234000
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  3. Poeplau C, Barre P, Cecillon L, Baudin F, Sigurdsson BD (2019) Changes in the Rock-Eval signature of soil organic carbon upon extreme soil warming and chemical oxidation - A comparison. Geoderma 337:181-190, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.09.025
  4. Groenestein CM, Hutchings NJ, Haenel H-D, Amon B, Menzi H, Mikkelsen MH, Misselbrook TH, Bruggen C van, Kupper T, Webb J (2019) Comparison of ammonia emissions related to nitrogen use efficiency of livestock production in Europe. J Cleaner Prod 211:1162-1170, DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.11.143
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  5. Schiedung M, Tregurtha CS, Beare MH, Thomas SM, Don A (2019) Deep soil flipping increases carbon stocks of New Zealand grasslands. Global Change Biol:in press, DOI:10.1111/gcb.14588
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  6. Dechow R, Franko U, Kätterer T, Kolbe H (2019) Evaluation of the RothC model as a prognostic tool for the prediction of SOC trends in response to management practices on arable land. Geoderma 337:463-478, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.10.001
  7. 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
  8. Vos C, Don A, Hobley EU, Prietz R, Heidkamp A, Freibauer A (2019) Factors controlling the variation in organic carbon stocks in agricultural soils of Germany. Eur J Soil Sci 70(3):550-564, DOI:10.1111/ejss.12787
  9. 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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  10. Poeplau C, Helfrich M, Dechow R, Szoboszlay M, Tebbe C, Don A, Greiner B, Zopf D, Thumm U, Korevaar H, Geerts R (2019) Increased microbial anabolism contributes to soil carbon sequestration by mineral fertilization in temperate grasslands. Soil Biol Biochem 130:167-176, DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2018.12.019

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