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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...

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

Sandra Ledermüller, Joachim Brunotte, Marco Lorenz & Bernhard Osterburg

Cropland Agroforestry 2017 and 2018

Anita Swieter & Maren Langhof

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?

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...

Soil values from the agricultural soil valuation for Brandenburg

Tillman Schmitz

CO2 certificates for carbon sequestration in soils: methods, management practices and limitations

Martin Wiesmeier, Stefanie Mayer, Carsten Paul, Katharina Helming, Axel Don, Uwe Franko, Markus Steffens & Ingrid Kögel-Knabner

Litter manipulation experiment Grinderwald - Density fractionation data from soil core samples

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. We conducted density fractionation from chosen depth increments (0-50 cm, 100-140 cm soil depth)...

R script to reproduce \"Improved normalization of species count data in ecology by scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS): application to microbial communities\".

Lukas Beule
The R script and data are available for download: https://b-web.bonares.de/smartEditor/rest/upload/ID_7050_2020_05_13_Beule_Karlovsky.zip R script and data for the reproduction of the paper entitled "Improved normalization of species count data in ecology by scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS): application to microbial communities" by Lukas Beule and Petr Karlovsky. Comparison of scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS) with rarefying for the normalization of species count data in ecology. The example provided is a library obtained from next generation sequencing of...

Nutrient response efficiency (NRE) of cropland agroforestry and monoculture in Germany 2016 and 2017

Marcus Schmidt, Marife D. Corre & Edzo Veldkamp
This data set includes general soil characteristics, data on plant-available N, P and K as well as N, P and K response efficiencies measured on three sites in Germany in alley-cropping agroforestry and monocultures. Each site is represented by 4 replicates per land use, at the following distances from the tree row for agroforestry: 1m, 4m, 7m and 24m (24m for NRE only). Research domain: Soil Sciences Research question: How do nutrient availability and nutrient...

Arable land rent price, rent proportion, and soil quality in Germany, at district level

Katrin Daedlow, Nahleen Lemke & Katharina Helming
Property rights play a decisive role in the target-oriented governance of soil protection within agricultural systems. The data set contains information on arable land rent prices, rent proportion and yield potential, as an indicator for soil quality, at the district level in Germany based on the main survey of the 2010 agricultural census. Data of arable land yiel potential was processed with the aim to spatially visualize the linkage and distribution in combination with arable...

Litter manipulation experiment Grinderwald - Bulk soil data from soil core samples

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. We analyzed all bulk samples for organic carbon, total nitrogen, the carbon isotopy, oxalate...

Dataset of winter wheat yields in Germany between 1958 and 2015 from N-fertilization experiments - TRIAL_SITES

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This data set (TRIAL_SITES) is the starting point of a larger data set that contains data and information used in the study “Yield development of German winter wheat between 1958 and 2015” in the Project “Data-Meta Analysis to assess the productivity development of cultivated plants” funded by the DFG. This starting table contains geographical and environmental information about the experimental sites at which the N-fertilisation experiments were conducted. Amon other topics, this data set can...

Energy Crops and Erosion Control in Germany in the Context of the Bioeconomy Strategy

Lea Siebert

ARD Biomarkers

Annmarie-Deetja Rohr, Benye Liu, Ludger Beerhues, Jessical Schimmel & Georg Guggenberger
This dataset includes data from two experiments, which aimed at the identification and characterization of candidate genes for ARD biomarkers in roots of the ARD sensitive apple rootstock M26. It is a supplement to the research article DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0238876. In the first experiment, plants of M26 were grown in a biotest, including untreated and disinfected ARD soil from the three ORDIAmur reference sites Ellerhoop, Heidgraben and Ruthe. Plant shoot length was recorded over a course...

ARD Biomarkers: qPCR data

Annmarie-Deetja Rohr, Benye Liu, Ludger Beerhues, Jessical Schimmel & Georg Guggenberger
This dataset contains raw data of RT-qPCR runs from two experiments, which aimed at the identification and characterization of candidate genes for ARD biomarkers in roots of the ARD sensitive apple rootstock M26. The experiments underlying this study are presented in DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0238876. This dataset is a continuation of DOI 10.20387/bonares-kvak-frbf. In the first experiment, plants of M26 were grown in a biotest, including untreated and disinfected ARD soil from the three ORDIAmur reference sites...

Shoot length of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa'

Bunlong Yim
Shoot length (cm) of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa' grown in different treatments of replant disease soil, Yim et al. 2020_rose replant disease Research question: Are there any differences between the shoot length of R. 'Laxa' grown in untreated and treated rosee replant disease soil?

Shoot dry mass of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa'

Bunlong Yim
Shoot dry mass (g) of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa' from different treatments of rose replant disease soil, Yim et al. 2020_rose replant disease Research domain: Other Research question: are there any differences between the shoot dry masses of R. 'Laxa' plants grown in untreated and treated rose replant disease soil?

Primary and secondary metabolites in roots of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa'

Bunlong Yim
Primary and secondary metabolites detected in roots of Rosa corymbifera 'Laxa' grown in different treatments of rose replant disease soil, Yim et al. 2020_rose replant disease Research domain: Other Research question: are there differences between the primary and secondary metabolites in roots of R. 'Laxa' grown in untreated and treated rose replant disease soil?

The impact of subsoil management on the delivery of ecosystem services

Sophie Ittner, Holger Gerdes, Miriam Athmann, Sara Luise Bauke, Martina Gocke, Julien Guigue, Sanjay Jaiswal, Timo Kautz, Oliver Schmittmann, Stefanie Schulz & Sabine Seidel
In recent years, the interest in subsoil has increased, since it can hold immense reservoirs of nutrients, organic matter and water. The subsoil can therefore provide important ecosystem services for the agricultural production system and beyond. This paper assesses the sustainability of two subsoil management measures with regard to the delivery of soil-related ecosystem services: a) the cultivation of deep-rooted pre-crops (biological approach) and b) stripwise mechanical subsoil loosening in combination with the incorporation of...

Practical handbook for publishing research data in the BonaRes Repository – Tips & Tricks

Jacqueline Fritsche & Nikolai Svoboda

Data Standards for Soil- and Agricultural Research

Carsten Hoffmann, Sina Schulz, Einar Eberhardt, Meike Grosse, Susanne Stein, Xenia Specka, Nikolai Svoboda & Uwe Heinrich
Goal of modern research data management is to provide user-friendly infrastructures to upload, manage and provide research data in findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable formats for continued use (= ”FAIR data principles”). To meet these requirements, the application of accepted and widely used standards, regulations, conventions and guidelines for the different stages of research data life is necessary. With regard to agricultural science, such standards concern a wide field, e.g. the classification and description of...

CO2-Zertifikate für die Festlegung atmosphärischen Kohlenstoffs in Böden: Methoden, Maßnahmen und Grenzen

Martin Wiesmeier, Stefanie Mayer, Carsten Paul, Katharina Helming, Axel Don, Uwe Franko, Markus Franko & Ingrid Kögel-Knabner
Agrarböden besitzen durch den Aufbau von organsicher Bodensubstanz (Humus), die zu etwa 58% aus Kohlenstoff (Corg) besteht, ein großes Potential zur Kohlenstoffbindung. Positive Anstrengungen im Humusmanagement könnten daher einen wesentlichen Beitrag für den Klimaschutz leisten. Für Landwirtinnen und Landwirte stellen so genannte CO2-Zertifikate für den Aufbau von Corg („Humuszertifikate“) einen zusätzlichen Anreiz dar, humusfördernde Bewirtschaftungsmaßnahmen umzusetzen. Diese CO2-Zertifikate werden von privatwirtschaftlichen Initiativen und Unternehmen im Bereich des freiwilligen CO2-Markts vergeben. Insbesondere im Bereich der Landwirtschaft...

Scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS) algorithm for the normalization of species count data.

Lukas Beule
An implementation of SRS in R is available for download: https://b-web.bonares.de/smartEditor/rest/upload/ID_7049_2020_05_13_SRS_function_v1_0_R.zip Scaling with ranked subsampling (SRS) is an algorithm for the normalization of species count data in ecology. So far, SRS has successfully been applied to microbial community data. SRS consists of two steps. In the first step, the counts for all OTUs (operational taxonomic untis) are divided by a scaling factor chosen in such a way that the sum of the scaled counts (Cscaled...

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