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Roosch, S., Felde, V. J. M. N. L., Uteau, D., & Peth, S. (2024). Exploring the mechanisms of diverging mechanical and water stability in macro- and microaggregates. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 187(1), 104-117.
Runzheimer, K., Lozano, C., Boy, D., Boy, J., Godoy, R., Matus, F. J., Engel, D., Pavletic, B., Leuko, S., Armengaud, J., & Moeller, R. (2024). Exploring Andean High-Altitude Lake Extremophiles through Advanced Proteotyping. Journal of proteome research, 23(3), 891-904.
Song, J., Zhang, H., Zamanian, K., Chang, F., Yu, R., Wang, J., Zhou, J., & Li, Y. (2024). Inorganic carbon accumulation in saline soils via modification effects of organic amendments on dissolved ions and enzymes activities. CATENA, 241, Artikel 108039. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
Tang, N., Dultz, S., Gerth, D., & Klumpp, E. (2024). Soil colloids as binding agents in the formation of soil microaggregates in wet-dry cycles: A case study for arable Luvisols under different management. GEODERMA, 443, Artikel 116830.
Tangarife-Escobar, A., Guggenberger, G., Feng, X., Dai, G., Urbina-Malo, C., Azizi-Rad, M., & Sierra, C. A. (2024). Moisture and temperature effects on the radiocarbon signature of respired carbon dioxide to assess stability of soil carbon in the Tibetan Plateau. BIOGEOSCIENCES, 21(5), 1277-1299.
Tao, J., Fan, L., Zhou, J., Banfield, C. C., Kuzyakov, Y., & Zamanian, K. (2024). Nitrification-induced acidity controls CO2 emission from soil carbonates. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 192, Artikel 109398.
Tiemeyer, B., Oehmke, W., Gatersleben, P., Bräuer, M., Dettmann, U., & Heller, S. (2024). Effects of water management and grassland renewal on the greenhouse gas emissions from intensively used grassland on bog peat. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 345, Artikel 109858.
Wang, C., Li, T., Dippold, M. A., Guggenberger, G., Kuzyakov, Y., Banfield, C. C., Muhr, J., & Dorodnikov, M. (2024). Alternate wetting-drying had no preferences for rice P uptake but increased microbial P allocation to phospholipids: Evidence from dual 32P and 33P labeling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 191, Artikel 109359.
Wang, C., Dippold, M. A., Guggenberger, G., Kuzyakov, Y., Guenther, S., & Dorodnikov, M. (2024). The wetter the better? Preferences in plant-microbial competition for phosphorus sources in rice cultivation under contrasting irrigation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 191, Artikel 109339.
Yan, Z., Jia, R., Zhou, J., Zamanian, K., Yang, Y., Mganga, K. Z., Zeng, Z., & Zang, H. (2024). Soybean inclusion reduces soil organic matter mineralization despite increasing its temperature sensitivity. Science of the Total Environment, 922, 171334. Artikel 171334.