Geoderma, 0016-7061

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  1. 2022
  2. Drought legacies on soil respiration and microbial community in a Mediterranean forest soil under different soil moisture and carbon inputs

    Lei Liu, Marc Estiarte, Per Bengtson, Jian Li, Dolores Asensio, Häkan Wallander & Josep Peñuelas, 2022 Jan, In: Geoderma. 405, 115425.

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  3. 2021
  4. Changes in pore networks and readily dispersible soil following structure liming of clay soils

    Tobias Bölscher, John Koestel, Ararso Etana, Barbro Ulén, Kerstin Berglund & Mats Larsbo, 2021, In: Geoderma. 390, 114948.

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  5. 2019
  6. Assessment of bio-inspired metaheuristic optimisation algorithms for estimating soil temperature

    Roozbeh Moazenzadeh & B. Mohammadi, 2019 Nov 1, In: Geoderma. 353, p. 152-171 20 p.

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  7. Simulation of dynamical interactions between soil freezing/thawing and salinization for improving water management in cold/arid agricultural region

    Mousong Wu, Jingwei Wu, Xiao Tan, Jiesheng Huang, Per-Erik Jansson & Wenxin Zhang, 2019 Mar 15, In: Geoderma. 338, p. 325-342

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  8. Inorganic and organic P retention by coprecipitation during ferrous iron oxidation

    Veronica Santoro, Maria Martin, Per Persson, Cristina Lerda, Daniel Said-Pullicino, Giuliana Magnacca & Luisella Celi, 2019, In: Geoderma. 348, p. 168-180 13 p.

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  9. 2018
  10. Comparison of measured (XRPD) and modeled (A2M) soil mineralogies: A study of some Swedish forest soils in the context of weathering rate predictions

    Sophie Casetou-Gustafson, Stephen Hillier, Cecilia Akselsson, Magnus Simonsson, Johan Stendahl & Bengt A. Olsson, 2018 Jan 15, In: Geoderma. 310, p. 77-88 12 p.

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  11. 2017
  12. Decrease of soil organic matter stabilization with increasing inputs: Mechanisms and controls

    Muhammad Shahbaz, Yakov Kuzyakov & Felix Heitkamp, 2017 Oct 15, In: Geoderma. 304, p. 76-82

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  13. Determination of dust deposition and associated nutrients in natural forest and plantation - A case study from the moist semi-deciduous forest zone in Ghana

    Henrik Breuning-Madsen, Gry Lyngsie & Teodore Wola Awadzi, 2017 Jan 1, In: Geoderma. 285, p. 240-246 7 p.

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  14. 2016
  15. Microbial growth and community structure in acid mine soils after addition of different amendments for soil reclamation

    R. Zornoza, J. A. Acosta, A. Faz & E. Bååth, 2016 Jun 15, In: Geoderma. 272, p. 64-72 9 p.

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  16. 2015
  17. Main factors controlling microbial community structure and function after reclamation of a tailing pond with aided phytostabilization

    R. Zornoza, J. A. Acosta, S. Martinez-Martinez, A. Faz & Erland Bååth, 2015, In: Geoderma. 245, p. 1-10

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  18. 2014
  19. Controls on dissolved organic carbon export through surface runoff from loamy agricultural soils

    Nele Van Gaelen, Veerle Verschoren, Wim Clymans, Jean Poesen, Gerard Govers, Jan Vanderborght & Jan Diels, 2014, In: Geoderma. 226, p. 387-396

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  20. Soil aggregation in a semiarid soil amended with composted and non-composted sewage sludge—A field experiment

    César Nicolás Cuevas, Jennifer N. Kennedy, Teresa Hernández, Carlos García & Johan Six, 2014, In: Geoderma. 219–220, p. 24-31

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  21. 2013
  22. Pedon-scale silicate weathering : comparison of the PROFILE model and the depletion method at 16 forest sites in Sweden

    Johan Stendahl, Cecilia Akselsson, Per-Arne Melkerud & Salim Belyazid, 2013, In: Geoderma. 211-212, p. 65-74

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  23. Soil surface CO2 efflux measurements in Norway spruce forests: Comparison between four different sites across Europe - from boreal to alpine forest

    Manuel Acosta, Marian Pavelka, Leonardo Montagnani, Werner Kutsch, Anders Lindroth, Radoslaw Juszczak & Dalibor Janous, 2013, In: Geoderma. 192, p. 295-303

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  24. 2011
  25. Origin of Harmattan dust settled in Northern Ghana - Long transported or local dust?

    G. Lyngsie, T. Awadzi & H. Breuning-Madsen, 2011 Nov, In: Geoderma. 167-168, p. 351-359 9 p.

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  26. 2010
  27. A lysimeter study on the effect of temperature on CO2 emission from cultivated peat soils

    O Berglund, K Berglund & L Klemedtsson, 2010, In: Geoderma. 154, 04-mar, p. 211-218

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  28. 2006
  29. Relations between elemental content in till, mineralogy of till and bedrock mineralogy in the province of Småland, southern Sweden

    Cecilia Akselsson, Johan Holmqvist, Daniel Kurz & Harald Sverdrup, 2006, In: Geoderma. 136, 3-4, p. 643-659

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  30. 2004
  31. Vertical distribution of major, minor, and rare elements in a Haplic Podzol

    Germund Tyler, 2004, In: Geoderma. 119, 3-4, p. 277-290

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  32. 2003
  33. Contributions of Oi, Oe and Oa horizons to dissolved organic matter in forest floor leachates

    M Fröberg, D Berggren, Bo Bergkvist, C Bryant & H Knicker, 2003, In: Geoderma. 113, 3-4, p. 311-322

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  34. 2000
  35. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrizae for dating multiple paleosols and carbon loss rate determination

    Johan Holmqvist & P Schlyter, 2000, In: Geoderma. 97, 1-2, p. 125-133

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