124 Works

Leaf_area_sizes_chlorophyll_measurement

Maik Lucas
Measured data of leaf area sizes and chlorophyll (SPAD) over time of individual plants.

CN_15N_data_splitroot

Maik Lucas
C/N- and 15N-Daten from a Split-root-Experiment.

Amplicon sequencing data of 16S, ITS and cox2 at site S

Bunlong Yim
Amplicon sequencing data of 16S rRNA gene fragments (bacteria), ITS regions (fungi) and cox2 (oomycetes) from site S (x-coordinate 51.47, y-coordinate 11.31) , Yim et al. 2020_rose replant disease Research domain: Other Research question: do treatments of rose replant disease soil have effects on rhizosphere microbiome ?

Spatial detection of water containing objects in soil using THz radiation.

Dr. Benjamin Mahns & Dr. Volker Dworak
The detectability of a water-containing object in sand with THz radiation was investigated as a function of the grain size of the material. The investigated frequency range of the spectrometer was between 258-375 GHz. The grain size was between 20-1250 μm. The thickness of the sand in front of the object was 7 mm. With increasing grain size the spatial resolution of the object covered by sand decreased significantly. Independent of the grain size, the...

Amplicon data of 16S rRNA, ITS and cox2

Bunlong Yim
Amplicon sequencing data of 16S rRNA gene fragments (bacteria), ITS regions (fungi) and cox2 (oomycetes) from site H (x-coordinate 53.69, y-coordinate 9.68) , Yim et al. 2020_rose replant disease Research domain: Other Research question: do treatments of rose replant disease soil have effects on rhizosphere microbiome?

Arbeitsbericht: Verbesserung des physikalischen Bodenschutzes bei der Wirtschaftsdüngerausbringung im Frühjahr - Herausforderungen und Lösungsansätze

Sandra Ledermüller, Joachim Brunotte, Marco Lorenz & Bernhard Osterburg

Soil values from the agricultural soil valuation for Brandenburg

Tillman Schmitz

Soil profile description from the research site Grinderwald, part of the research unit SubSOM

Patrick Liebmann, Patrick Wordell-Dietrich, Karsten Kalbitz, Robert Mikutta, Fabian Kalks, Axel Don, Susanne K. Woche & Georg Guggenberger
We conducted a litter manipulation experiment with 13C enriched beech litter at the Grinderwald research site, 40 km north of Hannover, Germany. The study site contains a more than 100 years old beech forest on a Dystric Cambisol. At 2 time points (11.2016, 05.2018), we took soil cores down to 180 cm soil depth and divided them in 15 depth increments. These data serve as a basis for interpretation of the field experiments conducted at...

Cropland Agroforestry 2017 and 2018

Anita Swieter & Maren Langhof

Semantic mapping of the BonaRes metadata schema to INSPIRE and DataCite

Xenia Specka, Nikolai Svoboda & Philipp Gärtner
In this table, the metadata elements of the BonaRes metadata schema are mapped to similar metadata elements of INSPIRE and DataCite 4.0. The mapping is part of a metadata crosswalks, but only considers the semantic aspect of a crosswalk. This mapping can be used to derive metadata from the BonaRes schema into either the DataCite or INSPIRE schema.

SUSALPS Conference 2018 - Book of Abstracts: Montane and alpine grasslands under climate change - ways in a sustainable future

Anne Schucknecht, Katrin Schneider, Ralf Kiese, Martin Wiesmeier, Michael Schloter, Anke Jentsch, Thomas Köllner & Michael Dannenmann
From 18 to 20 September 2018, the SUSALPS Conference "Montane and alpine grasslands under climate change – ways in a sustainable future" was held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. More than 60 participants from nine nations attended the conference. The event covered a broad scope and offered the opportunity to discuss both fundamental research and practical approaches in grassland management. At the conference's closing day, ex-cursions took place to the SUSALPS experimental areas in Fendt and on...

Agroforestry promotes soil microbial groups

Lukas Beule, Ena Lehrsaar, Marife D. Corre, Marcus Schmidt & Edzo Veldkamp
Samples of the upper 5-cm topsoil were taken in spring 2019 at three sites with paired agroforestry and conventional monoculture croplands. Samples within the agroforestry systems were taken in the tree row and at 1, 7, and 24 m distance in the crop row from the tree row. We quantified 13 taxonomic groups of microorganisms and 9 genes involved in N cycling (N2 fixation, nitrification, and denitrification) in soil using real-time PCR.

Policy goals as reference points for interdisciplinary soil research

A.-K. Techen & K. Helming
Policy goals can be significant reference points for researchers and funders addressing research topics that are relevant for society. Based on a literature and document review we present major current policy goals that are pertaining to the management of agricultural soils, from the global to the national level with a focus on Germany. We highlight the general relevance of these policy goals for interdisciplinary soil research.

Grassland yield and quality, leaf litter input, and wood yield in a short rotation coppice agroforestry systemin Lower Saxony, Germany, in 2015, 2016, and 2017

Maren Langhof & Anita Swieter
Data were collected at a short rotation coppice agroforestry site established at Mariensee (Lower Saxony, Germany) in 2008. At this site, three 10 m wide willow strips ("Tora" (Salix schwerinii x S. viminalis)) are alternating with 48 m wide grassland strips. Yield and selected quality parameters of perennial grassland were assessed yearly from 2015 to 2017. The total amount of litter per square meter was also assessed yearly during the whole period of litterfall. The...

V140 Kiel: Soil mineral Nitrogen and soil water contents 2015-2018

Steffen Rothardt
Nitrate surplus after harvest of winter oilseed rape and faba beans is a serious issue regarding groundwater pollution and GHG emission. Stimulation of microbial N immobilization by organic amendments might be an option to prevent N-losses and optimize N use efficiency on crop rotation level. In this trial two crop rotations were established in a split plot design. The soil microbial activity is manipulated in field scale by post-harvest application of different organic amendments: preceding...

V140 Kiel: Greenhouse gas emissions and supporting temperatures 2015-2018

Steffen Rothardt
Nitrate surplus after harvest of winter oilseed rape and faba beans is a serious issue regarding groundwater pollution and GHG emission. Stimulation of microbial N immobilization by organic amendments might be an option to prevent N-losses and optimize N use efficiency on crop rotation level. In this trial two crop rotations were established in a split plot design. The soil microbial activity is manipulated in field scale by post-harvest application of different organic amendments: preceding...

Dataset of indicators for the assessment of soil-management related ecosystem services

Carsten Paul & Cenk Dönmez
We conducted a review of journal articles to identify suitable indicators for measuring the supply of ecosystem services in the context of agricultural land and soil management. A keyword-based search was conducted in Web of Science Core Collection and SCOPUS, using the terms “ecosystems service” AND “indicator” AND “agricultur*”. The search was restricted to articles in English published between January 2014 and January 2019. We identified 227 articles, out of which 179 met our selection...

German public's preferences for soil-based ecosystem services (discrete choice experiment)

Bartosz Bartkowski, Julian Massenberg & Nele Lienhoop
This dataset contains the results of a discrete choice experiment into German public's preferences for soil-based ecosystem services. The study was conducted online on a representative sample of 1500 German citizens in June 2021. Research domain: Agricultural Economics and Sociology Research question: What are the preferences of German citizens for soil-based ecosystem services?

A catalog of meta-data about agricultural long-term field experiments in Europe (EJP SOIL 7.3) (Data collection, parent table)

Guillaume Blanchy, Tommy D’Hose & Katja Klumpp
Long-term field experiments (LTEs) are crucial sources of knowledge on agricultural soil management. They are vitally important in monitoring, understanding and proving the changes in soil properties and crop production occurring as a result of agricultural management practices and climate change. Long-term field experiments will also be essential in the future and cannot be replaced by new analytical techniques or models; on the contrary, they are an indispensable basis for the calibration and validation of...

Giessen long-term field experiment 'biological nitrogen fixation' - plant-available phosphorus

Martina Gocke
This data set was created in the frame of the project Soil3 - Sustainable Subsoil Management, which aims at optimizing the utilization of the soil volume for plant growth. The aim was to reveal the effects of 34 years of legumes (crimson clover, fava beans) and non-legumes (maize) in rotation combined with different fertilization regimes (no fertilization, PK fertilization, NPK fertilization) on soil phosphorus (P) storage throughout the uppermost meter of the soil profile. Calcium...

Lysimeter data Rostock: Dry mass and counts of stems, leaves and ears, and internode lengths of spring barley in 2020

Baumann Karen
The dataset contains dry mass and counts of stems, leaves and ears as well as number and lengths of internodes of spring barley grown in lysimeters under varying redox conditions on three soil profiles from along a hill slope in Northern Germany in 2020. Research domain: Plant Nutrition Research question: Controlled drainage may affect element mobilization in soil, in particular phosphorus. Three soil profiles with redoximorphic features were selected from along a slight hill slope...

Data collection LTE Seehausen - Table: Plot

Kurt-Jürgen Hülsbergen & Robert Oliver Simon

3D soil parameter space of the agricultural landscape [Germany, Version 2]

Ließ Mareike
The national-scale evaluation and modelling of the impact of agricultural management and climate change on soils, crop growth, and the environment require soil information at a spatial resolution addressing individual agricultural fields. The agglomeration of the soil parameter space into a limited number of functional soil process units (SPUs) allows for reducing the required resources to run agricultural process models without having to cut back on the spatial resolution. To serve these needs, this data...

Raw data P-XANES measurements

Mohsen Morshedizad
Acceptability of novel bone char fertilizers depends on their P release but reactions at bone char surfaces and impacts to soil P speciation are insufficiently known. By sequential fractionation and synchrotron-based X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy we investigated whether and how the chemical composition of bone char particles has been altered in soil and, consequently, has affected the P speciation of amended soils. Therefore, two different kinds of bone char particles (BC, produced...

Overview phosphorus fertilization experiments in Germany and Austria

Kristin Steinfurth & Uwe Buczko
The data set provides an overview over long-term phosphorus fertilization experiments in Germany and Austria, which were used for a meta-study of yield response to phosphorus fertilization of the project InnoSoilPhos. It includes the locations (31 locations in total while 9 exact locations with coordinates) and years used for the meta-study as well as the soil type of the locations. Information is given about what parameters are available (STP, pH, SOC, plant available K and...

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