Browsing Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät by Author "d321d71f-a22e-4fee-936f-3be8f67fc52f"

Browsing Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät by Author "d321d71f-a22e-4fee-936f-3be8f67fc52f"

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  • Schaumann, Gabriele E.; Diehl, Dörte; Bertmer, Marko; Jaeger, Alexander; Conte, Pellegrino; Alonzo, Giuseppe; Bachmann, Jörg (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2013)
    Focusing on the idea that multivalent cations affect SOM matrix and surface, we treated peat and soil samples by solutions of NaCl, CaCl2 or AlCl3. Water binding was characterized with low field H-1-NMR-relaxometry (20 ...
  • Goebel, Marc-O.; Woche, Susanne K.; Bachmann, Jörg (Heidelberg : Springer Verlag, 2009)
    Soil aggregates can provide an effective protection of organic matter against microbial decomposition as reported by several macroaggregate disruption studies. However, research on the role of aggregation for carbon ...
  • Fleige, H.; Beck-Broichsitter, S.; Dörner, J.; Goebel, Marc-Oliver; Bachmann, Jörg; Horn, R. (Valdivia : Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo, 2016)
    Different physical properties of volcanic ash soils were investigated along a transect of 120 km from the western slope of the Central Cordilleras (40°20’S, 72°06’W) to the eastern slope of the Costal Cordillera (39°39’S, ...
  • Sepehrnia, Nasrollah; Fishkis, Olga; Huwe, Bernd; Bachmann, Jörg (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2018)
    The coupled transport of pollutants that are adsorbed to colloidal particles has always been a major topic for environmental sciences due to many unfavorable effects on soils and groundwater. This laboratory column study ...
  • Bachmann, Jörg; Krueger, Jiem; Goebel, Marc-Oliver; Heinze, Stefanie (Warsaw : Versita, 2016)
    Most recent studies on soil water repellency (WR) were limited to the humous topsoil or to shallow subsoil layers slightly below the main root zone to approximately 0.5 m depth. Hence, the main objective of the present ...
  • Bachmann, Jörg; Goebel, Marc-Oliver; Woche, Susanne K. (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2013)
    Research of the last years pointed out that most soils are neither completely hydrophilic nor hydrophobic, but exhibit a subcritical level of water repellency (i.e. contact angle, CA > 0 degrees and < 90 degrees). Soil ...
  • Woche, Susanne K.; Goebel, Marc-Oliver; Mikutta, Robert; Schurig, Christian; Kaestner, Matthias; Guggenberger, Georg; Bachmann, Jörg (London : Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
    Soil wettability (quantified in terms of contact angle, CA) is crucial for physical, chemical, and biological soil functioning. As the CA is determined by components present within the outmost nanometer of particles, this ...

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