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Im BonaRes-Newsletter, Ausgabe Herbst 2021, wird das Projekt Soil3 vorgestellt.

 

Neue Publikationen (open access):

"Nutrient supply affects the yield stability of major European crops—a 50 year study", Ahrends et al., 2021, Environmental Research Letters

 

"Game Changer in Soil Science: Perspectives from the Fritz-Scheffer Awardee. Oxygen isotopes in phosphate - The key to phosphorus tracing?", Bauke, 2021, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

 

"Tracing uptake and translocation of phosphorus in wheat using oxygen isotopes and mathematical modelling", Bauke et al., 2021, New Phytologist

 

"The phosphorus status of German cropland – an inventory of top- and subsoils", Gocke et al., 2021, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

 

"Sugar Beet Shoot and Root Phenotypic Plasticity to Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium and Lime Omission", Hadir et al., 2021, Agriculture

 

"An Acceptance Analysis of Subsoil Amelioration Amongst Agricultural Actors in Two Regions in Germany", Hinzmann et al., 2021, Frontiers in Agronomy

 

"A Simple Approach to Isolate Slow and Fast Cycling Organic Carbon Fractions in Central European Soils—Importance of Dispersion Method", Just et al., 2021, Frontiers in Soil Science

 

"Origin of carbon in agricultural soil profiles deduced from depth gradients of C:N ratios, carbon fractions, δ13C and δ15N values", Schneider et al., 2021, Plant and Soil

 

"Soil phosphorus cycling is modified by carbon and nitrogen fertilization in a long-term field experiment", Wang et al., 2021, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

 

"A century of liming affects the Mg isotopic composition of the soil and crops in a long-term agricultural field at Berlin-Dahlem, Germany", Wang et al., 2021, European Journal of Soil Science

 

"Iron isotope fractionation in soil and graminaceous crops after 100 years of liming in the long‐term agricultural experimental site at Berlin‐Dahlem, Germany", Wu et al., 2021, European Journal of Soil Science

 

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