16 Works

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.

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.

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.

Report on available soil data for German agricultural areas (2018)

Susanne Stein, Einar Eberhardt, Meike Grosse, Katharina Helming, Wilfried Hierold, Carsten Hoffmann, Thomas Kühnert, Mareike Ließ, David J. Russell, Sina Schulz, Xenia Specka, Nikolai Svoboda, M.A. Muqit Zoarder & Uwe Heinrich

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...

BonaRes SIGNAL: soil-N-cycling genes at Dornburg and Mariensee 2017

Lukas Beule, Marife Corre, Marcus Schmidt, Leonie Göbel & Edzo Veldkamp
This data obtained from a paired cropland agroforestry and monoculture system near Dornburg, Germany and a paired grassland agroforestry and open grassland system near Mariensee, Germany in 2017. In each replicate plot of the agroforestry systems, soil samples were taken in the tree row as well as within the crop/grass row at distances of 1 m, 4 m, 7 m from the tree row. In the monoculture/open grassland systems, soil samples were taken in each...

BonaRes SIGNAL, sites, measuring points

Marcus Schmidt, Anita Swieter, Maren Langhof, Diana Seserman, Rüdiger Graß & Christine Wachendorf

Fact Sheet for the Description of Long-Term Field Experiments / Steckbrief zur Beschreibung von Dauerfeldversuchen

Meike Grosse, Uwe Heinrich & Wilfried Hierold

BonaRes foresight interviews 2017 - qualitative answers

Anja-K. Techen
On the basis of a literature-based foresight study, we identified drivers, trends and possible developments of soil management in Germany, from which we derive challenges and opportunities, and corresponding research needs (Techen, AK. & Helming, K. Agron. Sustain. Dev. (2017) 37: 64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-017-0473-3). In this context, soil management is broadly understood, that is, far beyond tillage, as the agricultural practices that affect all soil functions. We asked 22 experts in 19 interviews to validate and...

Crop health agroforestry Beule 2019

Lukas Beule, Ena Lehtsaar & Anna Rathgeb
This data obtained from paired cropland agroforestry and monoculture systems during 2016 to 2018. In each replicate plot of the agroforestry systems, harvest samples were taken within the crop row at distances of 1 m, 4 m, 7 m, and 24 m (Jena, Cottbus, and Braunschweig) or 1 m, 4 m, and 7 m (Göttingen) from the tree row. In the monoculture systems, harvest samples were taken in each replicate plot. Harvest samples include barley...

Long-term Field Experiments in Germany

Meike Grosse & Wilfried Hierold
This dataset provides detailed information about 205 Long-term Field Experiments (LTFE) in Germany. The research was done in the context of the funding initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) 'BonaRes' (www.bonares.de). LTFE here are defined as agricultural field experiments with the minimum duration of 20 years, a static design and research in the context of bioeconomy. Experiments with a duration of less than 20 years but reaching this age during...

BonaRes SIGNAL, Site: Reiffenhausen, biomass production 2016/2017

Marcus Schmidt, Leonie Göbel & Marife D. Corre
This data was collected in cropland agroforestry (=alley cropping of poplar clone max 1 with summer barley) at Reiffenhausen/Germany during 2016/2017. Data was taken at 4 replicates each in the tree strip component of agroforestry, the cropland of component of agroforestry at different distances from the tree strip (=1m, 4m, 7m) and at the monoculture. We measured productivity as dry mass of harvested (plot combine) corn and straw as well as above-ground biomass production of...

BonaRes foresight interviews 2017 - quantitative answers

Anja-Kristina Techen
On the basis of a literature-based foresight study, we identified drivers, trends and possible developments of soil management in Germany, from which we derive challenges and opportunities, and corresponding research needs (Techen, AK. & Helming, K. Agron. Sustain. Dev. (2017) 37: 64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-017-0473-3). In this context, soil management is broadly understood, that is, far beyond tillage, as the agricultural practices that affect all soil functions. We asked 22 experts in 19 interviews to validate and...

Workshop-Protokoll: Den Unterboden nutzen, um auf Trockenperioden besser vorbereitet zu sein - Eine Akzeptanzanalyse von Maßnahmen zur Aufwertung des Unterbodens

Holger Gerdes, Mandy Hinzmann, Zoritza Kiresiewa & Sara L. Bauke

Long-Term Fertilization Trial Dikopshof Plot Description

Sabine Seidel, Hella Ahrends, Andreas Tewes, Thomas Gaiser, Hubert Hüging, Stefan Siebert & Frank Ewert
This table contains information about the plots of the long-term fertilisation experiment Dikopshof and their respective treatment identifier. The data collection "Long-Term Fertilization Trial Dikopshof" consists of 16 tables, which are related to each other. A proper citation notice can be found in the "Access" section.

Handbook of Soil-Related Impact Assessment

Carsten Paul & Katharina Helming
This handbook is designed to support researchers in conducting state of the art assessments for evaluating impacts of agricultural soil management. Furthermore, it is addressed to a wider audience to aid understanding and interpretation of published impact assessments results. The handbook has been produced in response to a growing awareness of the fundamental role of soils and of the importance of sustainable soil management for coping with societal challenges such as food security, climate change...

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