List of Peer-Reviewed Publications

(Conference proceedings or non-peer reviewed articles are not included)

YEAR 2016

1.           Görres, C.-M., C. Kammann and R. Ceulemans (2016): Automation of soil flux chamber measurements: potentials and pitfalls. Biogeosciences Discussions, 12: 14693-14738, doi:10.5194/bgd-12-14693-2015, accepted.

2.           Lenhart, K., Kammann, C., Boeckx, P., Six, J. and C. Müller (2016): Quantification of ecosystem C dynamics in a long-term FACE study on permanent grassland. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 30, 1-10, doi: 10.1002/rcm.7515, in press.

3.           Haider, G., D. Steffens, C. Müller and C.I. Kammann (2016): Standard extraction methods may underestimate nitrate stocks captured by field aged biochar. Journal of Environmental Quality, doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.10.0529, in press.

4.           Kammann, C.I., B. Glaser and H.-P. Schmidt (2016): Combining Biochar and Organic Amendments, in: Shackley, S., Ruysschaert, G., Zwart, K., Glaser, B. (Eds.), Chapter 6 in: Biochar in European Soils and Agriculture: Science and Practice. London, p. 136-164.

5.           O'Toole, A., D. Andersson, A. Gerlach, B. Glaser, C. Kammann, J. Kern, K. Kuoppamäki, J. Mumme, H.-P. Schmidt, M. Schulze, F. Srocke, M. Stenrød and J. Stenström (2016): Current and future applications for biochar. Chapter 11 in: Shackley, S., Ruysschaert, G., Zwart, K., Glaser, B. (Eds.), in: Biochar in European Soils and Agriculture: Science and Practice. London, p. 251 – 280.

YEAR 2015

6.           Haworth, M., G. Moser, A. Raschi, C. Kammann, L. Grünhage and C. Müller (2015): Carbon dioxide fertilisation and supressed respiration induce enhanced spring biomass production in a mixed species temperate meadow exposed to moderate carbon dioxide enrichment. Functional Plant Biology, in press, doi: 10.1071/FP15232

7.           Schmidt, H., B. Pandit, V. Martinsen, G. Cornelissen, P. Conte and C. Kammann (2015): Fourfold increase in pumpkin yield in response to low-dosage root zone application of urine-enhanced biochar to a fertile tropical soil. Agriculture 5: 723-741.

8.           Rex, D., S. Schimmelpfennig, A. Jansen-Willems, G. Moser, C. Kammann, C. Müller (2015): Microbial community shifts 2.6 years after top dressing of Miscanthus biochar, hydrochar and feedstock on a temperate grassland site. Plant and Soil, 397: 261-271, doi: 10.1007/s11104-015-2618-y

9.           Karbin, S., C. Guillet, C.I. Kammann, P.A. Niklaus (2015): Effects of long-term CO2 enrichment on soil-atmosphere CH4 fluxes and the spatial micro-distribution of methanotrophic bacteria. PlosONE, 10: e0131665, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0131665

10.        Kammann, C.I., H.-P. Schmidt, N. Messerschmidt, S. Linsel, D. Steffens, C. Müller, H.-W. Koyro, P. Conte, S. Joseph (2015): Plant growth improvement mediated by nitrate capture in co-composted biochar. Scientific Reports 5: doi:10.1038/srep11080.

11.        Feng, Z., T. Rütting, H. Pleijel, G. Wallin, P. B. Reich, C. I. Kammann, K. Kobayashi, P. C. D. Newton, Y. Luo, J. Uddling (2015): Constraints to nitrogen acquisition of terrestrial plants under elevated CO2. Global Change Biology, 21: 3152–3168, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12938

12.        Keidel, L., C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, G. Moser, C. Müller (2015): Positive feedback of elevated CO2 on soil respiration in late autumn and winter. Biogeosciences Discussions, 11: doi: 10.5194/bg-12-1257-2015

13.        Schimmelpfennig, S., C. Kammann, G. Moser, L. Grünhage and C. Müller (2015): Changes in macro- and micronutrient contents of grasses and forbs following Miscanthus x giganteus feedstock, hydrochar and biochar application to temperate grassland. Grassland and Forage Science, 70: 582-599, doi: 10.1111/gfs.12158

14.        Kammann, C. and E. Graber (2015): Biochar and Plant Eco-Physiology. Chapter 14, p. 391-417 in: J. Lehmann, S. Joseph (eds.): Biochar for Environmental Management – Science and Technology, 2nd Edition, Earthscan, London.

15.        Van Zwieten, L., C. Kammann, M. Cayuela, B. P. Singh, S. Joseph, S. Kimber, S. Donne, T. Clough, K. Spokas (2015): Biochar effects on nitrous oxide and methane emissions from soil. Chapter 17, p. 489-520 in: J. Lehmann, S. Joseph (eds.): Biochar for Environmental Management – Science and Technology, 2nd Edition, Earthscan, London.

16.        Steiner, C., M. A. Sánchez-Monedero, C. Kammann (2015): Biochar as an additive to compost and growing media. Chapter 25, p. 717-735 in: J. Lehmann, S. Joseph (eds.): Biochar for Environmental Management – Science and Technology, 2nd Edition, Earthscan, London.

17.        Haider, G., H.-W. Koyro, F. Azam, D. Steffens, C. Müller, C. Kammann (2015): Biochar but not humic acid product amendment affected maize yields via improving plant-soil moisture relations. Plant and Soil, 395: 141-157 (special issue biochar), doi: 10.1007/s11104-014-2294-3

YEAR 2014

18.        Bamminger, C., N. Zaiser, P. Zinsser, Lamers, M., C. Kammann, S. Marhan (2014): Effects of biochar, earthworms, and litter addition on soil microbial activity and abundance in a temperate agricultural soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 50: 1189-1200

19.        Schimmelpfennig, S, L. Grünhage, C. Müller, C. Kammann (2014): Biochar, hydrochar and uncarbonized feedstock application to permanent grassland - effects on greenhouse gas emissions and plant growth. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 191: 39-52

20.        Schmidt, H.-P., C. Kammann, C. Niggli, M.W.H. Evangelou, K.A. Mackie, S. Abiven (2014): Biochar and biochar-compost as soil amendments to a vineyard soil: Influences on plant growth, nutrient uptake, plant health and grape quality. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 191: 117-123

YEAR 2013

21.        Kammann, C. (2013): Moving forward from “biochar revolution” to “biochar evolution”: Shaping a promising mitigation tool demands future research efforts. Agricultural and Food Science, 22, 371-372 (editorial of special issue on “biochar”)

22.        Cao, X., K. S. Ro, J. A. Libra, C. I. Kammann, I. Lima, N. Berge, L. Li, Y. Li, N. Chen, J. Yang, B. Deng, J. Mao (2013): Effects of biomass types and carbonization conditions on the chemical characteristics of hydrochars. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 61: 9401-9411

23.        Clough, T., L. Condron, C. Kammann, C. Müller (2013): A review of biochar and soil nitrogen dynamics. Agronomy, 3: 275-293.

24.        Bai, M., B. Wilske, F. Buegger, J. Esperschütz, C. Kammann, C. Eckhardt, M. Koestler, P. Kraft, M. Bach, H.-G. Frede, L. Breuer (2013): Degradation kinetics of biochar from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization in temperate soils. Plant and Soil, 372: 375-387.

25.        Busch, D., A. Stark, C.I. Kammann, B. Glaser (2013): Genotoxic and phytotoxic risk assessment of fresh and treated hydrochar from hydrothermal carbonization compared to biochar from pyrolysis. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 97: 59-66.

26.        Berge, N.D., C. Kammann, K. Ro, J. Libra (2013): Environmental applications of hydrothermal carbonization technology: Biochar production, carbon sequestration, and waste conversion, in: Sustainable Carbon Materials from Hydrothermal Processes, M.-M. Titirici, Editor. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.: Chichester, UK. 295-340.

YEAR 2012

27.        Augustenborg, C.A., S. Hepp, C. Kammann, D. Hagan, C. Müller (2012): Impact of biochar on soil N2O and CO2 emissions in the presence of earthworms. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41: 1203-1209.

28.        Busch, D., C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, C. Müller (2012): Simple biotoxicity tests for evaluation of carbonaceous soil additives: Establishment and reproducibility of four test procedures. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41: 1023-1032.

29.        Buss, W., C. Kammann, H.-W. Koyro (2012): Biochar reduced copper toxicity in Chenopodium quinoa Willd. in a sandy soil. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41: 1157-1165.

30.        Kammann, C., S. Ratering, C. Eckhard, C. Müller (2012): Biochar and hydrochar effects on greenhouse gas (CO2, N2O, CH4) fluxes from soils. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41: 1052-1066.

31.        Lenhart, K., M. Bunge, S. Ratering, T.R. Neu, I. Schüttmann, M. Greule, C. Kammann, S. Schnell, C. Müller, H. Zorn, F. Kepplern (2012): Evidence for methane production by saprotrophic fungi. Nature Communications, 3: 1046-1053.

32.        Angel, R., C. Kammann, P. Claus, R. Conrad (2012): Effect of long-term free-air CO2 enrichment on the diversity and activity of soil methanogens in a periodically waterlogged grassland. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 51: 96-103.

33.        Shrestha, P.M., C. Kammann, K. Lenhart, B. Dam, W. Liesack (2012): Linking activity, composition and seasonal dynamics of atmospheric methane oxidizers in a meadow soil. The ISME Journal, 6: 1115-1126.

YEAR 2011

34.        Libra, J.A., K.S. Ro, C. Kammann, A. Funke, N.D. Berge, Y. Neubauer, M.-M. Titirici, C. Fühner, O. Bens, J. Kern, K.-H. Emmerich (2011): Hydrothermal carbonization of biomass residuals: A comparative review of the chemistry, processes and applications of wet and dry pyrolysis. Biofuels, 2: 71-106.

35.        Kammann, C., S. Linsel, J. Gößling, H.-W. Koyro (2011): Influence of biochar on drought tolerance of Chenopodium quinoa Willd and on soil–plant relations. Plant and Soil, 345: 195-210.

36.        Regan, K., C. Kammann, K. Hartung, K. Lenhart, C. Müller, L. Philippot, E. Kandeler, S. Marhan (2011): Can differences in microbial abundances help explain enhanced N2O emissions in a permanent grassland under elevated atmospheric CO2? Global Change Biology, 17: 3176-3186.

37.        Willems, A.B., C.A. Augustenborg, S. Hepp, G. Lanigan, T. Hochstrasser, C. Kammann, C. Müller (2011): Carbon dioxide emissions from spring ploughing of grassland in ireland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 144: 347-351.

YEAR 2009 and before

38.        Kammann, C., S. Hepp, K. Lenhart and C. Müller (2009): Stimulation of methane consumption by endogenous CH4 production in aerobic grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 41: 622-629.

39.        Müller, C., T. Rütting, M.K. Abbasi, R.J. Laughlin, C. Kammann, T.J. Clough, R.R. Sherlock, J. Kattge, H.-J. Jäger, C.J. Watson and R.J. Stevens (2009): Effect of elevated CO2 on soil N dynamics in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 41: 1996-2001.

40.        Kammann, C., C. Müller, L. Grünhage and H.-J. Jäger (2008): Elevated CO2 stimulates N2O emissions in permanent grassland. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40: 2194-2205.

41.        Grüters, U., S. Janze, C. Kammann and H.-J. Jäger (2006): Plant functional types and elevated co2: A method of scanning for causes of community alteration. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality, 80: 116-128.

42.        Rogers, A., E.A. Ainsworth and C. Kammann (2006): FACE value: Perspectives on the future of free-air CO2 enrichment studies. In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2, J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey, H. Blum, Editors. Springer: Berlin Heidelberg. 431-449.

43.        Kammann, C., L. Grünhage, U. Grüters, S. Janze and H.J. Jäger (2005): Response of aboveground grassland biomass and soil moisture to moderate long-term CO2 enrichment. Basic and Applied Ecology, 6: 351-365.

44.        Kolb, S., A. Carbrera, C. Kammann, P. Kämpfer, R. Conrad and U. Jäckel (2005): Quantitative impact of CO2 enriched atmosphere on abundances of methanotrophic bacteria in a meadow soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 41: 337-342.

45.        Müller, C., M.K. Abbasi, C. Kammann, T.J. Clough, R.R. Sherlock, R.J. Stevens, H.J. Jäger (2004): Soil respiratory quotient determined via barometric process separation combined with nitrogen-15 labelling. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 68: 1610-1615.

46.        Jäger, H.J., S.W. Schmidt, C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, C. Müller, K. Hanewald, (2003): The University of Giessen Free-Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment study: Description of the experimental site and of a new enrichment system. Journal of Applied Botany, 77: 117-127.

47.        Müller, C., C. Kammann, J.C.G. Ottow and H.J. Jäger (2003): Nitrous oxide emission from frozen grassland soil and during thawing periods. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 166: 46-53.

48.        Horz, H.P., A.S. Raghubanshi, J. Heyer, C. Kammann, R. Conrad and P.F. Dunfield, (2002): Activity and community structure of methane-oxidising bacteria in a wet meadow soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 41: 247-257.

49.        Müller, C., M. Martin, R.J. Stevens, R.J. Laughlin, C. Kammann, J.C.G. Ottow, H.J. Jäger (2002): Processes leading to n2o emissions in grassland soil during freezing and thawing. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 34: 1325-1331.

50.        Kammann, C., L. Grünhage, H.J. Jäger (2001): A new sampling technique to monitor concentrations of CH4, N2O and CO2 in air at well defined depths in soils with varied water potential. European Journal of Soil Science, 52: 297-303.

51.        Kammann, C., L. Grünhage, H.J. Jäger and G. Wachinger (2001): Methane fluxes from differentially managed grassland study plots: The important role of CH4 oxidation in grassland with a high potential for CH4 production. Environmental Pollution, 115: 261-273.

52.        Kammann, C., L. Grünhage, C. Müller, S. Jacobi and H.J. Jäger (1998): Seasonal variability and mitigation options for N2O emissions from differently managed grasslands. Environmental Pollution, 102, S1: 179-186.

 

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