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A process‐oriented model of N2O and NO emissions from forest soils: 1. Model development
C Li, J Aber, F Stange, K Butterbach‐Bahl, H Papen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 105 (D4), 4369-4384, 2000
6512000
A network of terrestrial environmental observatories in Germany
S Zacharias, H Bogena, L Samaniego, M Mauder, R Fuß, T Pütz, ...
Vadose zone journal 10 (3), 955-973, 2011
5002011
A 3‐year continuous record of nitrogen trace gas fluxes from untreated and limed soil of a N‐saturated spruce and beech forest ecosystem in Germany: 1. N2O emissions
H Papen, K Butterbach‐Bahl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104 (D15), 18487-18503, 1999
3501999
Impact of gas transport through rice cultivars on methane emission from rice paddy fields
K Butterbach‐Bahl, H Papen, H Rennenberg
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (9), 1175-1183, 1997
3241997
Nitrogen balance in forest soils: nutritional limitation of plants under climate change stresses
H Rennenberg, M Dannenmann, A Gessler, J Kreuzwieser, J Simon, ...
Plant Biology 11, 4-23, 2009
3232009
Fluxes of NO and N2O from temperate forest soils: impact of forest type, N deposition and of liming on the NO and N2O emissions
K Butterbach-Bahl, R Gasche, L Breuer, H Papen
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 48, 79-90, 1997
3081997
Heterotrophic nitrification by Alcaligenes faecalis: NO2-, NO3-, N2O, and NO production in exponentially growing cultures
H Papen, R Von Berg, I Hinkel, B Thoene, H Rennenberg
Applied and environmental microbiology 55 (8), 2068-2072, 1989
2491989
Methane emission from rice paddies and possible mitigation strategies
R Wassmann, H Papen, H Rennenberg
Chemosphere 26 (1-4), 201-217, 1993
2461993
N2O emission from tropical forest soils of Australia
L Breuer, H Papen, K Butterbach‐Bahl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 105 (D21), 26353-26367, 2000
2302000
Soil core method for direct simultaneous determination of N2 and N2O emissions from forest soils
K Butterbach-Bahl, G Willibald, H Papen
Plant and Soil 240, 105-116, 2002
2072002
Methane production capacities of different rice soils derived from inherent and exogenous substrates
R Wassmann, HU Neue, C Bueno, RS Lantin, MCR Alberto, LV Buendia, ...
Plant and soil 203, 227-237, 1998
2061998
A process‐oriented model of N2O and NO emissions from forest soils: 2. Sensitivity analysis and validation
F Stange, K Butterbach‐Bahl, H Papen, S Zechmeister‐Boltenstern, C Li, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 105 (D4), 4385-4398, 2000
2052000
Tree girdling provides insight on the role of labile carbon in nitrogen partitioning between soil microorganisms and adult European beech
M Dannenmann, J Simon, R Gasche, J Holst, PS Naumann, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (8), 1622-1631, 2009
2032009
Physiological and Molecular Biological Characterization of Ammonia Oxidation of the Heterotrophic Nitrifier Pseudomonas putida
M Daum, W Zimmer, H Papen, K Kloos, K Nawrath, H Bothe
Current microbiology 37, 281-288, 1998
1941998
Impact of N-input by wet deposition on N-trace gas fluxes and CH4-oxidation in spruce forest ecosystems of the temperate zone in Europe
K Butterbach-Bahl, R Gasche, CH Huber, K Kreutzer, H Papen
Atmospheric environment 32 (3), 559-564, 1998
1871998
Methane oxidation by soils of an N limited and N fertilized spruce forest in the Black Forest, Germany
R Steinkamp, K Butterbach-Bahl, H Papen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (2), 145-153, 2001
1792001
Quantifying the regional source strength of N-trace gases across agricultural and forest ecosystems with process based models
K Butterbach-Bahl, M Kesik, P Miehle, H Papen, C Li
Plant and Soil 260, 311-329, 2004
1742004
Physiology, biochemistry, and genetics of the uptake hydrogenase in rhizobia
HJ Evans, AR Harker, H Papen, SA Russell, FJ Hanus, M Zuber
Annual Reviews in Microbiology 41 (1), 335-361, 1987
1731987
Temporal variations of fluxes of NO, NO2, N2O, CO2, and CH4 in a tropical rain forest ecosystem
K Butterbach‐Bahl, M Kock, G Willibald, B Hewett, S Buhagiar, H Papen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 18 (3), 2004
1632004
Consequences of high loads of nitrogen for spruce (Picea abies) and beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests
H Rennenberg, K Kreutzer, H Papen, P Weber
The New Phytologist 139 (1), 71-86, 1998
1631998
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