Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge




Author(s): Angst G, Heinrich L, Koegel-Knabner I, Mueller CW
Title: The fate of cutin and suberin of decaying leaves, needles and roots - Inferences from the initial decomposition of bound fatty acids
Source: Organic Geochemistry 95, 81–92


Author(s): Angst G, Koegel-Knabner I, Kirfel K, Hertel D, Mueller CW
Title: Spatial distribution and chemical composition of soil organic matter fractions in rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere soil under European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)
Source: Geoderma 264, 179–187


Author(s): Angst G, John S, Mueller CW, Koegel-Knabner I, Rethemeyer J
Title: Tracing the sources and spatial distribution of organic carbon in subsoils using a multi-biomarker approach
Source: Sci. Rep. 6, 29478


Author(s): Bimüller C, Kreyling O, Koelbl A, Luetzow M, Koegel-Knabner I
Title: Carbon and nitrogen mineralization in hierarchically structured aggregates of different size
Source: Soil & Tillage Research 160, 23–33


Author(s): Cremer M, Kern N, Prietzel J
Title: Soil organic carbon and nitrogen stocks under pure and mixed stands of European beech, Douglas fir and Norway spruce
Source: Forest Ecology and Management 367, 30–40


Author(s): Ditterich F, Poll C, Pronk G, Heister K, Chandran A, Rennert T, Kögel-Knabner K, Kandeler E
Title: Succession of soil microbial communities and enzyme activities in artificial soils
Source: Pedobiologia 59, 93-104


Author(s): Heister K
Title: How accessible is the specific surface area of minerals? A comparative study with Al-containing minerals as model substances
Source: Geoderma 263, 8–15


Author(s): Hobley E, Baldock J, Hua Q, Wilson B
Title: Land-use contrasts reveal instability of subsoil organic carbon
Source: Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13379


Author(s): Hobley E, Baldock J, Wilson B
Title: Environmental and human influences on organic carbon fractions down the soil profile
Source: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 223, 152–166


Author(s): Hobley E, Gay-Brereton A, Wilson B
Title: Soil charcoal prediction using attenuated total reflectance mid-infrared spectroscopy
Source: Soil Research -


Author(s): Hobley E, Wilson B
Title: The depth distribution of organic carbon in the soils of eastern Australia
Source: Ecosphere 7: Article e01214


Author(s): Kunhi Mouvenchery Y, Miltner A, Schurig C, Kästner M, Schaumann GE
Title: Linking atomic force microscopy with nanothermal analysis to assess microspatial distribution of material characteristics in young soils
Source: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 179, 48-59


Author(s): Koegel-Knabner I
Title: The macromolecular organic composition of plant and microbial residues as inputs to soil organic matter: Fourteen years on
Source: Soil Biology and Biochemistry


Author(s): Paetsch L, Mueller CW, Rumpel C, Houot S, Kögel-Knabner I
Title: Urban waste composts enhance OC and N stocks after long-term amendment but do not alter organic matter composition
Source: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 223, 211–222


Author(s): Prietzel J
Title: Mobilization of X-ray amorphous and crystalline aluminum and iron phosphates by common soil extraction procedures
Source: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science; DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201600374


Author(s): Prietzel J, Harrington G, Häusler W, Heister K, Werner F, Klysubun W
Title: Reference spectra of important adsorbed organic and inorganic phosphate binding forms for soil P speciation using synchrotron-based K-edge XANES spectroscopy
Source: J. Synchrotron Rad. 23, 532-544


Author(s): Prietzel J, Klysubun W, Werner F
Title: Speciation of phosphorus in temperate zone forest soils as assessed by combined wet-chemical fractionation and XANES spectroscopy
Source: J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 1–18


Author(s): Prietzel J, Zimmermann L, Schubert A, Christophel D
Title: Organic matter losses in German Alps forest soils since the 1970s most likely caused by warming
Source: Nature Geoscience 9, 543–548


Author(s): Schurig C, Schrank T, Müller C, Höschen C, Lugmeier H, Pohl L, Kögel-Knabner I
Title: Spatially resolved quantification by NanoSIMS of organic matter sorbed to (clay) minerals
Source: Clay Minerals Society Workshop Lectures 21, Chapter 4, 45–51


Author(s): Spielvogel S, Prietzel J, Kögel-Knabner I
Title: Stand scale variability of topsoil organic matter composition in a high-elevation Norway spruce forest ecosystem
Source: Geoderma 267, 112–122


Author(s): Wiesmeier M, Poeplau C, Sierra C, Maier H, Frühauf C, Hübner R, Kühnel A, Spörlein P, Geuß U, Hangen E, Schilling B, von Lützow M, Kögel-Knabner I
Title: Projected loss of soil organic carbon in temperate agricultural soils in the 21st century: effects of climate change and carbon input trends
Source: Scientific Reports 6, 32525


Author(s): Zak D, Freedman Z, Upchurch R, Steffens M, Kögel-Knabner I
Title: Anthropogenic N Deposition Increases Soil Organic Matter Accumulation Without Altering Its Biochemical Composition
Source: Global Change Biology 2016, 1365–2486