Publications

The following paper offers a good overview of the scientific background relevant for SystemLink:

Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M.; Gergs, R.; Brühl, C. A.; Diehl, D.; Entling, M. H.; Fahse, L.; Frör, O.; Jungkunst, H. F.; Lorke, A.; Schäfer, R. B.; Schaumann, G. E.; Schwenk, K. Review on environmental alterations propagating from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 538, 246-261 [Link].

Project-related publications:

  • Bundschuh, M.; Zubrod, J.P.; Wieczorek, M.; Schulz, R. Studying effects of contaminants on aquatic-terrestrial subsidy: Experimental designs using outdoor and indoor mesocosms and microcosms. In Contaminants and Ecological Subsidies: The Land-Water Interface, Kraus, J.M.; Walters, D.M.; Mills, M.A., Eds. Springer: in press.
  • Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M., Pathways of Contaminant Transport Across the aquatic-terrestrial interface:Implications for terrestrial consumers, Ecosystems and Management. In Contaminants and Ecological Subsidies: The Land-Water Interface, Kraus, J.M.; Walters, D.M.; Mills, M.A., Eds. Springer: in press.

 

Since SystemLink has started in October 2019, further project related publications will be listed here at a later stage.

  • Buhk, C.; Jungkunst, H. Effects of plant invasions on the soil carbon storage in the light of climate change. In Soil and Climate; Lal, R., Stewart, B. A., Eds., CRC Press. London in press. 2018, 283 – 300.
  • Finotello, S.; Feckler, A.; Bundschuh, M.; Johansson, F., Repeated pulse exposures to lambda-cyhalothrin affect the behavior, physiology, and survival of the damselfly larvae Ischnura graellsii (Insecta; Odonata). Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 2017, 144, 107-114.
  • Feckler, A.; Schrimpf, A.; Bundschuh, M.; Bärlocher, F.; Baudy, P.; Cornut, J.; Schulz, R., Quantitative real-time PCR as a promising tool for the detection and quantification of leaf-associated fungal species – a proof of principle using Alatospora pulchella. PLoS One 2017, 12, (4), e0174634.
  • Lenhardt, P.P.; Brühl, C.A.; Leeb, C.; Theissinger, K. Amphibian population genetics in agricultural landscapes: Do non-visible barriers in viniculture drive the population structuring of the European common frog (Rana temporaria)? PeerJ, 2017, DOI 10.7717/peerj.3520
  • Sylvester, S.P.; Heitkamp, F.; Sylvester, M.D.P.V.; Jungkunst, H.F.; Sipman, H.J.M.; Toivonen, J.M.; Gonzales Inca, C.A.; Ospina, J.C.; Kessler, M. Relict high-Andean ecosystems challenge our concepts of naturalness and human impact. Scientific Reports 2017, 7, 3334.
  • Kattwinkel, M.; Reichert P. Bayesian parameter inference for individual-based models using a Particle Markov Chain Monte Carlo method. Environ. Model. Softw. 2017, 87, 110 119.
  • Kroener, E.; Campbell, G.; Bittelli, M. Estimation of thermal instabilities in soils around underground electrical power cables. Vadose Zone J. 2017, in press DOI:10.2136/vzj2017.04.0082.
  • Kroener, E.; Holz, M.; Zarebanadkouki, M.; Ahmed, M.; Carminati, A. Effects of mucilage on rhizosphere hydraulic properties depend on soil particle size. Vadose Zone J. 2017, in press DOI:10.2136/vzj2017.03.0056.
  • Muñoz, K.; Buchmann, C.; Meyer, M.; Schmidt-Heydt, M.; Steinmetz, Z.; Diehl, D.; Thiele-Bruhn, S.; Schaumann, G.E. Physicochemical and microbial soil quality indicators as affected by the agricultural management system in strawberry cultivation using straw or black polyethylene mulching. Appl. Soil Ecol. 2017, 113, 36-44.
  • Muñoz, K.; Buchmann, C.; Meyer, M.; Schmidt-Heydt, M.; Steinmetz, Z.; Diehl, D.; Thiele-Bruhn; S., Schaumann, G.E. Physicochemical and microbial soil quality indicators as affected by the agricultural management system in strawberry cultivation using straw or black polyethylene mulching. Appl. Soil Ecol. 2017, 113, 36-44.
  • Degen, G.H.; Partosch, F.; Muñoz, K.; Gundert-Remy, U. Daily uptake of mycotoxins – TDI might not be protective for nursed infants. Toxicology letters 2017, 277, 69-75.
  • Muñoz, K.; Cramer, B.; Dopstadt, J.; Humpf, H.-U.; Degen, G.H. Evidence of ochratoxin A conjugates in urine samples from infants and adults. Mycotoxin Research 2017, 33, 39-47.
  • Koca, K.; Noss, C.; Anlanger, C.; Brand, A.; Lorke, A., Performance of the Vectrino Profiler at the sediment–water interface. J. Hydraul Res. 2017, 1-9.
  • Batáry, P.; Gallé, R.; Riesch F.; Fischer, C.; Dormann C. F.; Mußhoff, O.; Császár, P.; Fusaro, S.; Gayer, C.; Happe A.-K.; Kurucz, K.; Molnár, D.; Rösch, V.; Wietzke, A.; Tscharntke, T. The former Iron Curtain still drives biodiversity–profit trade-offs in German agriculture. Nat. Ecol. Evol. 2017, 1, 1279-1284.
  • Schäfer, R.B.; Kühn, B.; Hauer, L.; Kattwinkel, M. Assessing recovery of stream insects from pesticides using a two-patch metapopulation model. Sci. Total Environ. 2017, 609, 788-798.
  • Graf, N.; Bucher, R.; Schaefer, R.B.; Entling, M.H. Contrasting effects of aquatic subsidies on a terrestrial trophic cascade. Biol. Lett. 2017, 13, 20170129.
  • Voß, K.; Schäfer, R. B. Taxonomic and functional diversity of stream invertebrates along an environmental stress gradient. Ecol. Indicat. 2017, 81, 235–242.
  • Wenisch, B.; Fernández, D. G.; Szöcs, E.; Mckie, B. G.; Schäfer, R. B. Does the loss of climate sensitive detritivore species alter leaf decomposition? Aquat Sci. 2017, 1–11.
  • Steinmetz, Z.; Kenngott, K. G. J.; Azeroual, M.; Schäfer, R. B.; Schaumann, G. E. Fractionation of copper and uranium in organic and conventional vineyard soils and adjacent stream sediments studied by sequential extraction. J. Soils Sedim. 2017, 17 (4), 1092–1100.
  • Ondruch, P.; Kucerik, J.; Steinmetz, Z.; Schaumann, G.E., Influence of organic chemicals on water molecule bridges in soil organic matter of a sapric histosol. J. Phys. Chem. A 2017, 121, 2367–2376.
  • Keren, Y.; Borisover, M.; Schaumann, G.E.; Diehl, D.; Tamimi, N.; Bukhanovsky, N. Land disposal of olive mill wastewater enhances ability of soil to sorb diuron: Temporal persistence, and the effects of soil depth and application season. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 2017, 236, 43-51.
  • Amer, A.; Schaumann, G.E.; Diehl, D. The effect of pH modification on wetting kinetics of a naturally water repellent coniferous forest soil. Euro. J. Soil Science. 2017, 68 (3), 317–326.
  • Tamimi, N.; Schaumann, G.E.; Diehl, D. The fate of organic matter brought into soil by olive mill wastewater application at different seasons. J. Soils. Sed. 2017, 17, 901-916.
  • Schirmel J.; Gerlach R.; Buhk C. Disentangling the role of management, vegetation structure and plant quality for Orthoptera in lowland meadows. Insect Sci. 2017. DOI: 10.1111/1744-7917.12528.
  • Meier M.; Gerlach R.; Schirmel J.; Buhk C. Plant diversity in a water-meadow landscape: the role of irrigation ditches. Plant Ecol. 2017, 218, 971-981.
  • Pfister, S.C.; Sutter, L.; Albrecht, M.; Marini, S.; Schirmel, J.; Entling, M.H. Positive effects of local and landscape features on predatory flies in European agricultural landscapes. Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 2017, 239, 283-292.
  • Feckler, A.; Goedkoop, W.; Konschak, M.; Bundschuh, R.; Kenngott, K. G. J.; Schulz, R.; Zubrod, J. P.; Bundschuh, M., History matters: heterotrophic microbial community structure and function adapt to multiple stressors. Global Change Biology 2017, in press, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13859.
  • Langer, J.A.F.; Sharma, R.; Schmidt, S.I.; Bahrdt, S.; Horn, H.G.; Alguero-Muniz, M.; Nam, B.; Achterberg, E.P.; Riebesell, U.; Boersma, M.; Thines, M.; Schwenk, K. Community barcoding reveals little effect of ocean acidification on the composition of coastal plankton communities: Evidence from a long-term mesocosm study in the Gullmar Fjord, Skagerrak. PLoS One 2017, 12 (4), e0175808.
  • Herrmann, M.; Henning-Lucass, N.; Cordellier, M.; Schwenk, K. A genotype-phenotype association approach to reveal thermal adaptation in Daphnia galeata. J. Exp. Zool. Part A 2017, 327 (1), 53-65.
  • Zubrod, J.P.; Englert, D.; Poganiuch, S.; Lüderwald, S.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M. History matters: pre-exposure to wastewater enhances pesticide toxicity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2017, 51, 9280-9287.
  • Zubrod, J.P.; Englert, D.; Wolfram, J.; Rosenfeldt, R.R.; Feckler, A.; Bundschuh, R.; Seitz, F.; Konschak, M.; Baudy, P.; Lüderwald, S.; Fink, P.; Lorke, A.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M. Long-term effects of fungicides on leaf-associated microorganisms and shredder populations – An artificial stream study. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 2017, 36, 2178-2189.
  • Buhk C.; Kämmer M.; Beierkuhnlein C.; Jentsch A.; Kreyling J.; Jungkunst H. On the influence of provenance to soil quality enhanced stress reaction of young beech trees to summer drought. Ecol Evol. 2016, 6, 8276–8290.
  • Müller I.B.; Buhk C.; Lange D.; Entling, M.H.; Schirmel, J. Contrasting effects of irrigation and fertilization on plant diversity in hay meadows. Basic Appl Ecol. 2016, 17, 576-585.
  • Müller I.B., Buhk C., Alt M., Entling, M.H.; Schirmel, J.. Plant functional shifts in Central European grassland under traditional flood irrigation. Appl. Veg. Sci. 201619, 122 131.
  • Metreveli, G.; Frombold, B.; Seitz, F.; Grün, A.; Philippe, A.; Rosenfeldt, R. R.; Bundschuh, M.; Schulz, R.; Manz, W.; Schaumann, G. E. Impact of chemical composition of ecotoxicological test media on the stability and aggregation status of silver nanoparticles. Environmental Science: Nano 2016, 3, 418-433.
  • Uhl, P.; Franke, L.; Rehberg, C.; Wollmann, C.; Stahlschmidt, P.; Jeker, L.; Brühl, C.A. Interspecific sensitivity of bees towards dimethoate and implications for environmental risk assessment. Scientific Reports 2016, 6, 34439.
  • Tamimi, N.; Diehl, D.; Njoum, M.; Marei, A.; Schaumann, G.E. Effects of olive mill wastewater disposal on soil: Interaction mechanisms during different seasons. J. Hydrol. Hydromech. 2016, 64 (2), 176-195
  • Holland, J. M.; Bianchi, F.J.J.A.; Entling, M.H.; Moonen A.-C.; Smith, B.M.; Jeanneret, P. Structure, function and management of semi-natural habitats for conservation biological control: A review of European studies. Pest Manag. Sci. 2016, 72, 1638-1651.
  • Schneider, J.; Jungkunst, H. F.; Wolf, U.; Schreiber, P.; Gažovič, M.; Miglovets, M.; Mikhaylov, O.; Grunwald, D.; Erasmi, S.; Wilmking, M.; Kutzbach, L. Russian boreal peatlands dominate the natural European methane Budget. Environ. Res. Lett. 2016, 11, 01400439.
  • Kattwinkel, M.; Reichert, P.; Rüegg, J.; Liess, M.; Schuwirth, N. Modeling Macroinvertebrate Community Dynamics in Stream Mesocosms Contaminated with a Pesticide. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2016, 50, 3165–3173.
  • Kroener, E.; Zarebanadkouki, M.; Bittelli, M.; Carminati, A. Simulation of root water uptake under consideration of nonequilibrium dynamics in the rhizosphere. Water Resour. Res. 2016, 52 (8), 5755-5770.
  • Carminati, A.; Kroener, E.; Ahmed, M. A.; Zarebanadkouki, M.; Holz, M.; Ghezzehei, T. Water for carbon, carbon for water. Vadose Zone J. 2016, 15(2), doi:10.2136/vzj2015.04.0060.
  • Benard, P.; Kroener, E.; Vontobel, P.; Kaestner, A.; Carminati, A. Water percolation through the root-soil interface. Adv. Water Resour., 2016, 95, 190-198.
  • Steinmetz, Z.; Wollmann, C.; Schaefer, M.; Buchmann, C.; David, J.; Tröger, J.; Muñoz, K.; Frör, O.; Schaumann, G.E., Plastic mulching in agriculture. Trading short-term agronomic benefits for long-term soil degradation? Sci. Total Environ. 2016, 550, 690-705.
  • Steinmetz, Z.; Wollmann, C.; Schaefer, M.; Buchmann, C.; David, J.; Tröger, J.; Muñoz, K.; Frör, O.; Schaumann, G.E. Plastic mulching in agriculture. Trading short-term agronomic benefits for long-term soil degradation? Sci. Total Environ. 2016, 550, 690-705.
  • Noss, C.; Lorke, A., Roughness, resistance, and dispersion: Relationships in small streams. Water Res. Res 2016, 52, (4), 2802-2821.
  • Garnica, S.; Riess, K.; Schön, M.E.; Oberwinkler, F.; Setaro, S. Divergence Times and Phylogenetic Patterns of Sebacinales, a Highly Diverse and Widespread Fungal Lineage. PLoS ONE 2016, 11, e0149531.
  • Garnica, S.; Schön, M.E.; Abarenkov, K.; Riess, K.; Liimatainen, K.; Niskanen T.; Dima, B.; Soop, K.; et al. Determining threshold values for barcoding fungi: lessons from Cortinarius (Basidiomycota), a highly diverse and widespread ectomycorrhizal genus. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 2016, 92, fiw045.
  • Riess, K.; Schön, M.; Lutz, M.; Butin, H.; Oberwinkler, F.; Garnica S. On the evolutionary history of Uleiella chilensis, a smut fungus parasite of Araucaria araucana in South America: Uleiellales ord. nov. in Ustilaginomycetes. PLoS ONE 2016, 11, e0147107.
  • Madeira, F.; Tscharntke, T.; Elek, Z.; Kormann, U.G.; Pons, X.; Rösch, V.; Samu, F.; Scherber, C.; Batary, P. Spillover of arthropods from cropland to protected calcareous grassland – the neighbouring habitat matters. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 2016, 235, 127-133.
  • Schreiner, V. C.; Szöcs, E.; Bhowmik, A. K.; Vijver, M. G.; Schäfer, R. B. Pesticide mixtures in streams of several European countries and the USA. Sci. Total Environ. 2016, 573, 680–689.
  • Mbaka, J. G.; Schäfer, R. B. Effect of Small Impoundments on Leaf Litter Decomposition in Streams. River Res. Appl. 2016, 32 (5), 907–913.
  • Schirmel, J; Bundschuh, M.; Entling, M.H.; Kowarik, I.; Buchholz, S. Impacts of invasive plants on animals across ecosystems, taxa and feeding types. A global assessment. Glob. Change Biol. 2016, 22, 594-603.
  • Fernández, D.; Tummala, M.; Schreiner, V.C.; Duarte, S.; Pascoal, C.; Winkelmann, C.; Mewes, D.; Muñoz, K.; Schäfer, R.B. Does nutrient enrichment compensate fungicide effects on litter decomposition and decomposer communities in streams? Aquatic Toxicology 2016, 174, 169-178.
  • Fernández, D.; Voss, K.; Bundschuh, M.; Zubrod, J. P.; Schäfer, R. B. Effects of fungicides on decomposer communities and litter decomposition in vineyard streams. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 533, 40–48.
  • Lenhardt, P.P.; Brühl, C. A.; Berger, G.; Temporal coincidence of adult amphibians and pesticide applications on arable fields during spring migration. Basic Appl. Ecol. 2015, 16 (1), 54–63.
  • Tschumi, M.; Albrecht, M.; Entling, M.H.; Jacot, K. High effectiveness of tailored flower strips in reducing pests and crop plant damage. P. Roy. Soc. Lond. B Bio. 2015, 282, 20151369.
  • Buse, J.; Slachta, M.; Sladecek, F.; Carpaneto, G.; Entling, M.H. Relative importance of pasture size and grazing continuity for the long-term conservation of European dung beetles. Biol. Conserv. 2015, 187, 112-119.
  • Bucher, R.; Menzel, F.; Entling, M.H. Impact of spider predation risk on arthropod communities and herbivory in the field. Oecologia 2015, 178, 571-577.
  • Krell, B.; Röder, N.; Link, M.; Gergs, R.; Entling, M. H.; Schäfer, R. B. Aquatic prey subsidies to riparian spiders in a stream with different land use types. Limnologica 2015, 51, 1–7.
  • Yang, N.; Schützenmeister, K.; Grubert, D.; Jungkunst, H. F.; Gansert, D.; Scheu, S.; Polle, A.; Pena, R. Impacts of earthworms on nitrogen acquisition from leaf litter by arbuscular mycorrhizal ash and ectomycorrhizal beech trees. Environ. Exp. Bot. 2015, 120, 1-7.
  • Schuwirth, N.; Kattwinkel, M.; Stamm, C. How stressor specific are trait-based ecological indicators for ecosystem management? Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 505, 565-571.
  • Kroener, E.; Ahmed, A.; Carminati, A. Roots at the percolation threshold. Phys. Rev. E. 2015, 91 (4), 042706.
  • Lorke, A.; Bodmer, P.; Noss, C.; Alshboul, Z.; Koschorreck, M.; Somlai-Haase, C.; Bastviken, D.; Flury, S.; McGinnis, D. F.; Maeck, A.; Müller, D.; Premke, K., Technical note: drifting versus anchored flux chambers for measuring greenhouse gas emissions from running waters. Biogeosciences 2015, 12, (23), 7013-7024.
  • Murniati, E.; Geissler, S.; Lorke, A. Short-term and seasonal variability of oxygen fluxes at the sediment–water interface in a riverine lake. Aquat. Sci. 2015, 77 (2), 183-196.
  • Buchmann, C.; Felten, A.; Peikert, B.; Muñoz, K.; Bandow, N.; Dag, A.; Schaumann, G. E. Development of phytotoxicity and composition of a soil treated with olive mill wastewater (OMW): An incubation study. Plant Soil 2015, 386, 99-112.
  • Muñoz, K.; Schmidt-Heydt, M.; Stoll, D.; Diehl, D.; Ziegler, J.; Geisen, R.; Schaumann, G.E. Effect of plastic mulching on mycotoxin occurrence and mycobiome abundance in soil samples from asparagus crops. Mycotoxin Res. 2015, 31, 191-201.
  • Holtappels, M.; Noss, C.; Hancke, K.; Cathalot, C.; McGinnis, D. F.; Lorke, A.; Glud, R. N., Aquatic Eddy Correlation: Quantifying the Artificial Flux Caused by Stirring-Sensitive O2 Sensors. PLoS ONE 2015, 10, (1), e0116564.
  • Sharma, R.; Xia, X.; Riess, K.; Bauer, R.; Sandmann, G.; Thines, M. Comparative genomics including the early-diverging smut fungus Ceraceosorus bombacis reveals signatures of parallel evolution within plant and animal pathogens of fungi and oomycetes. Genome Biol. Evol. 2015, 7, 2781-2798.
  • Bauer, R.; Garnica, S.; Oberwinkler, F.; Riess, K.; Weiß, M.; Begerow, D. Entorrhizomycota: a new fungal phylum reveals new perspectives on the evolution of fungi. PLoS ONE 2015, 10, e012818.
  • Rösch, V.; Tscharntke, T.; Scherber, C.; Batáry, P. Biodiversity conservation across taxa and landscapes requires many small as well as single large habitat fragments. Oecologia 2015, 179, 209-222.
  • Kormann, U.; Rösch, V.; Batáry, P.; Tscharntke, T.; Orci, K.M.; Samu, F.; Scherber, C. Local and landscape management drive trait-mediated biodiversity of nine taxa on small grassland fragments. Divers. Distrib. 2015, 21, 1204-1217.
  • Schaumann, G. E.; Philippe, A.; Bundschuh, M.; Metreveli, G.; Klitzke, S.; Rakcheev, D.; Grün, A.; Kumahor, S.; Kühn, M.; Baumann, T.; Lang, F.; Manz, W.; Schulz, R.; Vogel, H.-J. Understanding the fate and biological effects of Ag- and TiO2-nanoparticles in the environment: the quest for advanced analytics and interdisciplinary concepts. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 535, 3-19.
  • Peikert, B.; Schaumann, G. E.; Keren, Y.; Bukhanovsky, N.; Borisover, M.; Abo Garfha, M.; Hassan, J.; Dag, A. Characterization of topsoils subjected to poorly controlled olive oil mill wastewater pollution in West Bank and Israel. Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 2015, 199, 176–189.
  • Buchmann, C.; Bentz, J.; Schaumann, G. E. Intrinsic and model polymer hydrogel-induced soil structural stability of a silty sand soil as affected by soil moisture dynamics. Soil Till. Res. 2015, 154, 22-33.
  • Uhl, P.; Bucher, R.; Schäfer, R.B.; Entling, M.H. Sublethal effects of Imidacloprid in a tritrophic system. Chemosphere 2015, 132, 152-158.
  • Voss, K.; Fernández, D.; Schäfer, R. B. Organic matter breakdown in streams in a region of contrasting anthropogenic land use Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 527–528, 179–184.
  • Buchholz, S.; Tietze, H.; Kowarik, I.; Schirmel, J. Effects of a major tree invader on urban woodland arthropods. PLoSOne 2015, 10 (9), e0137723.
  • Pehle, A.; Schirmel, J. Moss invasion influences ground-dwelling arthropod community structure and reduces soil biological activity. Biol. Invas. 2015, 17, 3467-3477.
  • Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M.; Gergs, R.; Brühl, C. A.; Diehl, D.; Entling, M.; Fahse, L.; Frör, O.; Jungkunst, H. F.; Lorke, A.; Schäfer, R. B.; Schaumann, G. E.; Schwenk, K. Review on environmental alterations propagating from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 538, 246-261.
  • Stehle, S.; Schulz, R. Agricultural insecticides threaten surface waters at the global scale. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 2015, 112, 5750-5755.
  • Thielsch, A.; Glass, N.; Streit, B.; Meester, L.D.; Ortells, R.; Schwenk, K. Fitness differences and persistent founder effects determine the clonal composition during population build-up in Daphnia. Oikos 2015, 124, (5), 620-628.
  • Viana, D.S.; Figuerola, J.; Schwenk, K.; Manca, M.; Hobæk, A.; Mjelde, M.; Preston, C.D.; Gornall, R.J.; Croft, J.M.; King, R.A.; Green, A.J.; Santamaría, L. Assembly mechanisms determining high species turnover in aquatic communities over regional and continental scales. Ecography 2015, 38, 001-008.
  • Zubrod, J.P.; Englert, D.; Rosenfeldt, R.R.; Wolfram, J.; Lüderwald, S.; Wallace, D.; Schnetzer, N.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M. The relative importance of diet-related and waterborne effects of copper for a leaf-shredding invertebrate. Environ. Poll. 2015, 205, 16-22.
  • Zubrod, J.P.; Feckler, A.; Englert, D.; Koksharova, N.; Rosenfeldt, R.R.; Seitz, F.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M. Inorganic fungicides can increase microorganism-mediated palatability of leaves for a shredder but reduce microbial leaf decomposition. J. Appl. Ecol. 2015, 52, 310-322.
  • Zubrod, J.P.; Englert, D.; Feckler, A.; Koksharova, N.; Konschak, M.; Bundschuh, R.; Schnetzer, N.; Englert, K.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M. Does the current fungicide risk assessment provide sufficient protection for key drivers in aquatic ecosystem functioning? Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49, 1173−1181.
  • Englert, D.; Zubrod, J. P.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M., Variability in ecosystem structure and functioning in a low order stream: implications of land use and season. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 538, 341-349.
  • Wagner, N.; Rödder, D.; Brühl, C. A.; Veith, M.; Lenhardt, P. P.; Lötters, S. Evaluating the risk of pesticide exposure for amphibian species listed in Annex II of the European Union Habitats Directive. Biol. Conserv. 2014, 176, 64–70.
  • Bundschuh, M.; Goedkoop, W.; Kreuger, J., Evaluation of pesticides monitoring strategies in agricultural streams based on the toxic-unit concept – experiences from long-term measurements. Sci. Total Environ. 2014, 484, 84-91.
  • Diehl, D.; Schwarz, J.; Goebel, M.-O.; Woche, S.K.; Schneckenburger, T.; Krüger, J.; Shchegolikhina, A.; Marschner, B.; Lang, F.; Thiele-Bruhn, S.; Bachmann, J.; Schaumann, G.E. Effect of multivalent cations, temperature, and aging on SOM thermal properties. J. Therm. Anal. Calorim. 2014, 1-11.
  •  Diehl, D.; Schneckenburger, T.; Krüger, J.; Goebel, M.-O.; Woche, S. K.; Schwarz, J.; Shchegolikhina, A.; Lang, F.; Marschner, B.; Thiele-Bruhn, S.; Bachmann, J.; Schaumann, G.E. Effect of multivalent cations, temperature and aging on soil organic matter interfacial properties. Environ. Chem. 2014, 11 (6), 709-718.
  • Morin, X.; Fahse, L.; Mazancourt, C. de; Scherer-Lorenzen, M.; Bugmann, H. Temporal stability in forest productivity increases with tree diversity due to asynchrony in species dynamics. Ecol Lett 2014, 17 (12), 1526–1535.
  • Schleuß, P. M.; Heitkamp, F.; Leuschner, C.; Fender, A. C.; Jungkunst, H. F. Higher subsoil carbon storage in species-rich than species-poor temperate forests. Environ. Res. Lett. 2014, 9, 014007.
  • Kattwinkel, M.; Liess, M. Competition matters: Species interactions prolong the long-term effects of pulsed toxicant stress on populations. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 2014, 33, 1458 1465
  • Bunzel, K.; Liess, M.; Kattwinkel, M. Landscape parameters driving aquatic pesticide exposure and effects. Environ. Pollut. 2014, 186, 90-97
  • Kroener, E.; Zarebanadkouki, M.; Kaestner, A.; Carminati, A. Nonequilibrium water dynamics in the rhizosphere: How mucilage affects water flow in soils. Water Resour. Res. 2014, 50 (8), 6479-6495.
  • Kroener, E.; Vallati, A.; Bittelli, M. Numerical simulation of coupled heat, liquid water and water vapor in soils for heat dissipation of underground electrical power cables. Appl. Therm. Eng. 2014, 70, 510-523.
  • Ahmed, M. A.; Kroener, E.; Holz, M.; Zarebanadkouki, M.; Carminati, A. Mucilage exudation facilitates root water uptake in dry soils. Funct. Plant Biol. 2014, 41 (11), 1129-1137.
  • Zarebanadkouki, M.; Kroener, E.; Kaestner, A.; Carminati, A. Visualization of root water uptake: Quantification of deuterated water transport in roots using neutron radiography and numerical modeling. Plant Physiol., 2014, 166 (2), 487-499.
  • Kreling, J.; Bravidor, J.; McGinnis, D.F.; Koschorreck, M.; Lorke, A. Physical controls of oxygen fluxes at pelagic and benthic oxyclines in a lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 2014, 59 (5), 1637-1650.
  • Maeck, A.; Hofmann, H.; Lorke, A. Pumping methane out of aquatic sediments – ebullition forcing mechanisms in an impounded river. Biogeosciences 2014, 11, 2925-2938.
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