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AK Climate-Smart Agriculture

Peer-reviewed scientific paper by Bärbel Tiemeyer

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    Oestmann J, Dettmann U, Düvel D, Tiemeyer B (2022) Experimental warming increased greenhouse gas emissions of a near-natural peatland and Sphagnum farming sites. Plant Soil 480:85-104, DOI:10.1007/s11104-022-05561-8

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    Dettmann U, Frank S, Wittnebel M, Piayda A, Tiemeyer B (2022) How to take volume-based peat samples down to mineral soil? Geoderma 427:116132, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2022.116132

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    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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    Oestmann J, Tiemeyer B, Düvel D, Grobe A, Dettmann U (2021) Greenhouse gas balance of Sphagnum farming on highly decomposed peat at former peat extraction sites. Ecosystems:in Press, DOI:10.1007/s10021-021-00659-z

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    Wittnebel M, Tiemeyer B, Dettmann U (2021) Peat and other organic soils under agricultural use in Germany: Properties and challenges for classification [online]. Mires Peat 27:19, zu finden in <> [zitiert am 11.08.2021], DOI:10.19189/MaP.2020.SJ.StA.2093

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    Grobe A, Tiemeyer B, Graf M (2021) Recommendations for successful establishment of Sphagnum farming on shallow highly decomposed peat [online]. Mires Peat 27:27, zu finden in <> [zitiert am 01.11.2021], DOI:10.19189/MaP.2020.APG.StA.2022

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    Kreyling J, Tanneberger F, Jansen F, van der Linden S, Aggenbach C, Blüml V, Couwenberg J, Emsens W-J, Joosten H, Klimkowska A, Kotowski W, Kozub L, Lennartz B, Liczner Y, Liu H, Michaelis D, Oehmke C, Parakenings K, Pleyl E, Tiemeyer B, et al (2021) Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. Nature Comm 12:5693, DOI:10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y

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    Säurich A, Tiemeyer B, Dettmann U, Fiedler S, Don A (2021) Substrate quality of drained organic soils - Implications for carbon dioxide fluxes. J Plant Nutr Soil Sci 184(5):543-555, DOI:10.1002/jpln.202000475

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    Tiemeyer B, Freibauer A, Albiac-Borraz E, Augustin J, Bechtold M, Beetz S, Beyer C, Ebli M, Eickenscheidt T, Fiedler S, Förster C, Gensior A, Giebels M, Glatzel S, Heinichen J, Hoffmann M, Höper H, Jurasinski G, Laggner A, Leiber-Sauheitl K, et al (2020) A new methodology for organic soils in national greenhouse gas inventories: Data synthesis, derivation and application. Ecol Indic 109:105838, DOI:10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105838

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    Bauwe A, Kahle P, Tiemeyer B, Lennartz B (2020) Hydrology is the key factor for nitrogen export from tile-drained catchments under consistent land-management. Environ Res Lett 15:9, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aba580

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    Poeplau C, Jacobs A, Don A, Vos C, Schneider F, Wittnebel M, Tiemeyer B, Heidkamp A, Prietz R, Flessa H (2020) Stocks of organic carbon in German agricultural soils - Key results of the first comprehensive inventory. J Plant Nutr Soil Sci 183(6):665-681, DOI:10.1002/jpln.202000113

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    Säurich A, Tiemeyer B, Don A, Fiedler S, Bechtold M, Amelung W, Freibauer A (2019) Drained organic soils under agriculture - the more degraded the soil the higher the specific basal respiration. Geoderma 355:113911, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.113911

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    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

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    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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    Asmuß T, Bechtold M, Tiemeyer B (2019) On the potential of Sentinel-1 for high resolution monitoring of water table dynamics in grasslands on organic soils. Remote Sensing 11(14):1659, DOI:10.3390/rs11141659

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    Bechtold M, de Lannoy G, Koster RD, Reichle RH, Mahanama SP, Bleuten W, Bourgault MA, Brümmer C, Burdun I, Desai AR, Devito K, Grünwald T, Grygoruk M, Humphreys ER, Klatt J, Kurbatova J, Lohila A, Munir TM, Nilsson MB, Tiemeyer B, et al (2019) PEAT-CLSM: a specific treatment of peatland hydrology in the NASA Catchment Land Surface Model. J Adv Modelling Earth Sci 11(7):2130-2162, DOI:10.1029/2018MS001574

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    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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    Bechtold M, Schlaffer S, Tiemeyer B, de Lannoy G (2018) Inferring water table depth dynamics from ENVISAT-ASAR C-band backscatter over a range of peatlands from deeply-drained to natural conditions. Remote Sensing 10(4):536, DOI:10.3390/rs10040536

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    Frank S, Tiemeyer B, Bechtold M, Lücke A, Bol R (2017) Effect of past peat cultivation practices on present dynamics of dissolved organic carbon. Sci Total Environ 574:1243-1253, DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.07.121

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    Tiemeyer B, Pfaffner N, Frank S, Kaiser K, Fiedler S (2017) Pore water velocity and ionic strength effects on DOC release from peat-sand mixtures: results from laboratory and field experiments. Geoderma 296:86-97, DOI:10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.02.024

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    Zak D, Meyer N, Cabezas A, Gelbrecht J, Mauersberger R, Tiemeyer B, Wagner C, McInnes R (2017) Topsoil removal to minimize internal eutrophication in rewetted peatlands and to protect downstream systems against phosphorus pollution: A case study from NE Germany. Ecol Eng 103(Part B):488-496, DOI:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2015.12.030

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    Untenecker J, Tiemeyer B, Freibauer A, Laggner A, Luterbacher J (2017) Tracking changes in the land use, management and drainage status of organic soils as indicators of the effectiveness of mitigation strategies for climate change. Ecol Indic 72:459-472, DOI:10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.08.004

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    Walter K, Don A, Tiemeyer B, Freibauer A (2016) Determining soil bulk density for carbon stock calculation: a systematic method comparison. Soil Sci Soc Am J 80(3):579-591, DOI:10.2136/sssaj2015.11.0407

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    Untenecker J, Tiemeyer B, Freibauer A, Laggner A, Braumann F, Luterbacher J (2016) Fine-grained detection of land use and water table changes on organic soils over the period 1992–2012 using multiple data sources in the Drömling nature park, Germany. Land Use Pol 57:164-178, DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2016.04.016

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    Tiemeyer B, Albiac-Borraz E, Augustin J, Bechtold M, Beetz S, Beyer C, Drösler M, Ebli M, Eickenscheidt T, Fiedler S, Förster C, Freibauer A, Giebels M, Glatzel S, Heinichen J, Hoffmann M, Höper H, Jurasinski G, Leiber-Sauheitl K, Peichl-Brak M, et al (2016) High emissions of greenhouse gases from grasslands on peat and other organic soils. Global Change Biol 22:4134-4149, DOI:10.1111/gcb.13303

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    Bauwe A, Tiemeyer B, Kahle P, Lennartz B (2015) Classifying hydrological events to quantify their impact on nitrate leaching across three spatial scales. J Hydrol 531(3):581-601, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.10.069

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    Gronwald M, Don A, Tiemeyer B, Helfrich M (2015) Effects of fresh and aged chars from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization on nutrient sorption in agricultural soils. Soil(1):475-489, DOI:10.5194/soil-1-475-2015

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    Frank S, Tiemeyer B, Gelbrecht J, Freibauer A (2014) High soil solution carbon and nitrogen concentrations in a drained Atlantic bog are reduced to natural levels by 10 years of rewetting. Biogeosciences 11:2309-2324, DOI:10.5194/bg-11-2309-2014

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    Bechtold M, Tiemeyer B, Laggner A, Leppelt T, Frahm E, Belting S (2014) Large-scale regionalization of water table depth in peatlands optimized for greenhouse gas emission upscaling. Hydrol Earth Syst Sci 18(9):3319-3339, DOI:10.5194/hess-18-3319-2014

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    Tiemeyer B, Kahle P (2014) Nitrogen and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) losses from an artificially drained grassland on organic soils. Biogeosciences 11:4123-4137, DOI:10.5194/bg-11-4123-2014

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    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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    Drösler M, Schaller L, Kantelhardt J, Schweiger M, Fuchs D, Tiemeyer B, Augustin J, Wehrhan M, Förster C, Bergmann L, Kapfer A, Krüger GM (2012) Beitrag von Moorschutz- und Revitalisierungsmaßnahmen zum Klimaschutz am Beispiel von Naturschutzgroßprojekten. Natur Landsch 87(2):70-76

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    Köhne JM, Alves Júnior J, Köhne S, Tiemeyer B, Lennartz B, Kruse J (2011) Double ring and tension infiltrometer measurements of hydraulic conductivity and mobile soil regions [online]. Pesquisa Agropec Trop 41(3):336-347, zu finden in <> [zitiert am 14.11.2011]

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    Lennartz B, Tiemeyer B, Rooij G, Dolezal F (2010) Artificially drained catchments-from monitoring studies towards management approaches. Vadose Zone J 9(1):1-3, DOI:10.2136/vzj2009.0149

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    Tiemeyer B, Kahle P, Lennartz B (2010) Designing monitoring programs for artificially drained catchments. Vadose Zone J 9(1):14-24, DOI:10.2136/vzj2008.0181

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    Tiemeyer B, Kahle P, Lennartz B (2009) Phosphorus losses from an artificially drained rural lowland catchment in North-Eastern Germany. Agric Water Manag 96(4):677-690, doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2008.10.004

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