Publications of the Soil Chemistry Group

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Iskandar, I., Suryaningtyas, D. T., Baskoro, D. P. T., Budi, S. W., Gozali, I., Saridi, S., Masyhuri, M., & Dultz, S. (2022). The regulatory role of mine soil properties in the growth of revegetation plants in the post-mine landscape of East Kalimantan. Ecological indicators, 139, [108877].
Koch, M. (2022). Nitrogen availability and retention in clayey steppe soils of semi-arid North Kazakhstan. [Doctoral thesis, Leibniz University Hannover]. Leibniz Universität Hannover.
Li, M., Meador, T., Sauheitl, L., Guggenberger, G., & Angst, G. (2022). Substrate quality effects on stabilized soil carbon reverse with depth. GEODERMA, 406, [115511].
Maurischat, P., Seidel, M., Dittmar, T., & Guggenberger, G. (2022). A DOM continuum from the roof of the world – Tibetan molecular dissolved organic matter characteristics track sources, land use effects, and processing along the fluvial-limnic pathway.
Maurischat, P. (2022). Carbon translocation from glacial and terrestrial to aqueous systems: Characteristics and processing of dissolved organic matter in the endorheic Tibetan Lake Nam Co watershed. [Doctoral thesis, Leibniz University Hannover]. Leibniz Universität Hannover.
Meng, X., Yu, H., Zhang, X., Li, Y., Zamanian, K., & Yao, H. (2022). Fertilization Regimes and Nitrogen Cycling in Paddy Fields: Lessens for Agricultural Sustainability from a Meta-Analysis.
Nguyen, A. T. Q., Nguyen, A. M., Nguyen, M. T., Nguyen, H. T., Duong, L. T., Dinh, V. M., Nguyen, P. M., Dultz, S., & Nguyen, M. N. (2022). The regulatory role of CO2 on nutrient releases from ashed rice straw phytoliths. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, 160(1), 35-47.
Nguyen, M. N., Nguyen, A. T. Q., Dultz, S., Tsubota, T., Duong, L. T., Nguyen, A. M., & Pham, N. T. T. (2022). Thermal induced changes of rice straw phytolith in relation to arsenic release: A perspective of rice straw arsenic under open burning. Journal of Environmental Management, 304, [114294].
Oestmann, J., Tiemeyer, B., Düvel, D., Grobe, A., & Dettmann, U. (2022). Greenhouse Gas Balance of Sphagnum Farming on Highly Decomposed Peat at Former Peat Extraction Sites. ECOSYSTEMS, 25(2), 350-371.
Stock, S. C., Koester, M., Nájera, F., Boy, J., Matus, F., Merino, C., Abdallah, K., Spielvogel, S., Gorbushina, A. A., Dippold, M. A., & Kuzyakov, Y. (2022). Vegetation strategies for nitrogen and potassium acquisition along a climate and vegetation gradient: From semi-desert to temperate rainforest. GEODERMA, 425, [116077].