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All further publications of Elke Brandes

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    Brandes E, McNunn GS, Schulte LA, Muth DJ, Vanloocke A, Heaton EA (2018) Targeted subfield switchgrass integration could improve the farm economy, water quality, and bioenergy feedstock production. GCB Bioenergy 10(3):199-212, DOI:10.1111/gcbb.12481

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    Brandes E, Plastina A, Heaton EA (2018) Where can switchgrass production be more profitable than corn and soybean? An integrated subfield assessment in Iowa, USA. GCB Bioenergy 10(7):473-488, DOI:10.1111/gcbb.12516

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    Huang S, Hu G, Chennault C, Su L, Brandes E, Heaton EA, Schulte LA, Wang L, Tyndal J (2016) Agent-based modeling of bioenergy crop adoption and farmer decision-making. Energy (Oxford) 115(1):1188-1201, DOI:10.1016/

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    Brandes E, McNunn GS, Schulte LA, Bonner IJ, Muth DJ, Babcock BA, Sharma B, Heaton EA (2016) Subfield profitability analysis reveals an economic case for cropland diversification. Environ Res Lett 11, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/11/1/014009

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    Sharma B, Brandes E, Khanchi A, Birrell S, Heaton EA, Miguez FE (2015) Evaluation of microalgae biofuel production potential and cultivation sites using geographic information systems: a review. BioEnergy Res 8(4):1717-1734, DOI:10.1007/s12155-015-9623-0

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    Gessler A, Brandes E, Keitel C, Boda S, Kayler ZE, Granier A, Barbour M, Farquhar GD, Treydte K (2013) The oxygen isotope enrichment of leaf-exported assimilates - does it always reflect lamina leaf water enrichment? New Phytol 200(1):144-157, DOI:10.1111/nph.12359

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    Gessler A, Brandes E, Buchmann N, Helle G, Rennenberg H, Barnard R (2009) Tracing carbon and oxygen isotope signals from newly assimilated sugars in the leaves to the tree-ring archive. Plant Cell Environ 32(7):780-795, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-3040.2009.01957.x

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    Holst J, Barnard R, Brandes E, Buchmann N, Gessler A, Jaeger L (2008) Impacts of summer water limitation on the carbon balance of a Scots pine forest in the southern upper Rhine plain. Agric Forest Meteorol 148(11):1815-1826, DOI:10.1016/j.agrformet.2008.06.008

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    Brandes E, Wenninger J, Königer P, Schindler D, Rennenberg H, Leibundgut C, Mayer H, Gessler A (2007) Assessing environmental and physiological controls over water relations in a Scots pine (Pinus sylvestrisL.) stand through analyses of stable isotope composition of water and organic matter. Plant Cell Environ 30(1):113-127, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-3040.2006.01609.x

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    Brandes E, Kodama N, Whittaker K, Weston C, Rennenberg H, Keitel C, Adams MA, Gessler A (2006) Short-term variation in the isotopic composition of organic matter allocated from the leaves to the stem of Pinus sylvestris: effects of photosynthetic and postphotosynthetic carbon isotope frantionation. Global Change Biol 12(10):1922-1939, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01205.x

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