Publications of the Soil Physics Group

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Woche, S. K., Goebel, M. O., Mikutta, R., Schurig, C., Kaestner, M., Guggenberger, G., & Bachmann, J. (2017). Soil wettability can be explained by the chemical composition of particle interfaces - An XPS study. Scientific reports, 7, Article 42877.


Bachmann, J., Krueger, J., Goebel, M. O., & Heinze, S. (2016). Occurrence and spatial pattern of water repellency in a beech forest subsoil. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 64(2), 100-110.
Beck-Broichsitter, S., Fleige, H., Goebel, M. O., Dörner, J., Bachmann, J., & Horn, R. (2016). Shrinkage potential and pore shrinkage capacity of differently developed volcanic ash soils under pastures in southern Chile. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 179(6), 799-808.
Dettmann, U., & Bechtold, M. (2016). One-dimensional expression to calculate specific yield for shallow groundwater systems with microrelief. Hydrological processes, 30(2), 334-340.
Fleige, H., Beck-Broichsitter, S., Dörner, J., Goebel, M. O., Bachmann, J., & Horn, R. (2016). Land use and soil development in Southern chile: Effects on physical properties. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 16(3), 818-831.
Krueger, J., Böttcher, J., Schmunk, C., & Bachmann, J. (2016). Soil water repellency and chemical soil properties in a beech forest soil — Spatial variability and interrelations. GEODERMA, 271, 50-62.
Schampera, B., Tunega, D., Šolc, R., Woche, S. K., Mikutta, R., Wirth, R., Dultz, S., & Guggenberger, G. (2016). External surface structure of organoclays analyzed by transmission electron microscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in combination with molecular dynamics simulations. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 478, 188-200.


Achtenhagen, J., Goebel, M. O., Miltner, A., Woche, S. K., & Kästner, M. (2015). Bacterial impact on the wetting properties of soil minerals. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, 122(2-3), 269-280.
Ahmed, M. A., Holz, M., Woche, S. K., Bachmann, J., & Carminati, A. (2015). Effect of soil drying on mucilage exudation and its water repellency: A new method to collect mucilage. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 178(6), 821-824.
Eibisch, N., Durner, W., Bechtold, M., Fuß, R., Mikutta, R., Woche, S. K., & Helfrich, M. (2015). Does water repellency of pyrochars and hydrochars counter their positive effects on soil hydraulic properties? GEODERMA, 245-246, 31-39.