Publikationen der AG Bodenphysik

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Goebel, M. O., Bachmann, J., Reichstein, M., Janssens, I. A., & Guggenberger, G. (2011). Soil water repellency and its implications for organic matter decomposition - is there a link to extreme climatic events? Global change biology, 17(8), 2640-2656.
Hallett, P. D., Bachmann, J., Czachor, H., Urbanek, E., & Zhang, B. (2011). Hydrophobicity of soil. In Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series (S. 378-384). (Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series; Band Part 4). Springer Netherlands.
Ojeda, G., Mattana, S., Bonmatí, M., Woche, S. K., & Bachmann, J. (2011). Soil wetting-drying and water-retention properties in a mine-soil treated with composted and thermally-dried sludges. European journal of soil science, 62(5), 696-708.


Diehl, D., Bayer, J. V., Woche, S. K., Bryant, R., Doerr, S. H., & Schaumann, G. E. (2010). Reaction of soil water repellency to artificially induced changes in soil pH. GEODERMA, 158(3-4), 375-384.
Lamparter, A., Bachmann, J., Deurer, M., & Woche, S. K. (2010). Applicability of ethanol for measuring intrinsic hydraulic properties of sand with various water repellency levels. Vadose zone journal, 9(2), 445-450.
Lamparter, A., Bachmann, J., & Woche, S. K. (2010). Determination of small-scale spatial heterogeneity of water repellency in sandy Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 74(6), 2010-2012.
Ojeda, G., Mattana, S., Alcañiz, J. M., Marando, G., Bonmatí, M., Woche, S. K., & Bachmann, J. (2010). Wetting process and soil water retention of a minesoil amended with composted and thermally dried sludges. GEODERMA, 156(3-4), 399-409.
Ramírez-Flores, J. C., Bachmann, J., & Marmur, A. (2010). Direct determination of contact angles of model soils in comparison with wettability characterization by capillary rise. Journal of hydrology, 382(1-4), 10-19.


Bachmann, J., & McHale, G. (2009). Superhydrophobic surfaces: A model approach to predict contact angle and surface energy of soil particles. European journal of soil science, 60(3), 420-430.
Goebel, M. O., Woche, S. K., & Bachmann, J. (2009). Do soil aggregates really protect encapsulated organic matter against microbial decomposition? BIOLOGIA, 64(3), 443-448.