Dr. Anke Günther
Dr. Anke Günther
Landscape Ecology, University of Rostock
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Prompt rewetting of drained peatlands reduces climate warming despite methane emissions
A Günther, A Barthelmes, V Huth, H Joosten, G Jurasinski, F Koebsch, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1644, 2020
The effect of biomass harvesting on greenhouse gas emissions from a rewetted temperate fen
A Günther, V Huth, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
GCB Bioenergy 7 (5), 1092–1106, 2015
flux: Flux rate calculation from dynamic closed chamber measurements
G Jurasinski, F Koebsch, U Hagemann, A Günther, S Beetz
R package version 0.1-4, Rostock. Available online at http://cran. r-project …, 2014
Greenhouse gas balance of an establishing Sphagnum culture on a former bog grassland in Germany
A Günther, G Jurasinski, K Albrecht, G Gaudig, M Krebs, S Glatzel
Mires and Peat 20 (2), 1-16, 2017
From understanding to sustainable use of peatlands: The WETSCAPES approach
G Jurasinski, S Ahmad, A Anadon-Rosell, J Berendt, F Beyer, R Bill, ...
Soil Systems 4 (1), 14, 2020
Towards net zero CO2 in 2050: An emission reduction pathway for organic soils in Germany
F Tanneberger, S Abel, J Couwenberg, T Dahms, G Gaudig, A Günther, ...
Mires and Peat 27, 2021
Long-term rewetting of degraded peatlands restores hydrological buffer function
S Ahmad, H Liu, A Günther, J Couwenberg, B Lennartz
Science of The Total Environment 749, 141571, 2020
Divergent NEE balances from manual‐chamber CO2 fluxes linked to different measurement and gap‐filling strategies: A source for uncertainty of estimated terrestrial C sources …
V Huth, S Vaidya, M Hoffmann, N Jurisch, A Günther, L Gundlach, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 180 (3), 302-315, 2017
Long-term rewetting of three formerly drained peatlands drives congruent compositional changes in pro-and eukaryotic soil microbiomes through environmental filtering
M Weil, H Wang, M Bengtsson, D Köhn, A Günther, G Jurasinski, ...
Microorganisms 8 (4), 550, 2020
Greenhouse gas emissions
G Jurasinski, A Günther, V Huth, J Couwenberg, S Glatzel
Paludiculture-Productive Use of Wet Peatlands. Schweizerbart Science …, 2016
The climate benefits of topsoil removal and Sphagnum introduction in raised bog restoration
V Huth, A Günther, A Bartel, C Gutekunst, S Heinze, B Hofer, O Jacobs, ...
Restoration Ecology 30 (1), e13490, 2022
Opaque closed chambers underestimate methane fluxes of Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud
A Günther, G Jurasinski, V Huth, S Glatzel
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186, 2151-2158, 2014
Topsoil removal reduced in-situ methane emissions in a temperate rewetted bog grassland by a hundredfold
V Huth, A Günther, A Bartel, B Hofer, O Jacobs, N Jantz, M Meister, ...
Science of The Total Environment 721, 137763, 2020
Profitability of Direct Greenhouse Gas Measurements in Carbon Credit Schemes of Peatland Rewetting
A Günther, S Böther, J Couwenberg, S Hüttel, G Jurasinski
Ecological Economics 146, 766-771, 2018
Scale-dependent temporal variation in determining the methane balance of a temperate fen
AB Günther, V Huth, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Management 4 (1), 41-48, 2014
Taxonomic and functional vegetation changes after shifting management from traditional herding to fenced grazing in temperate grassland communities
M Koch, B Schröder, A Günther, K Albrecht, R Pivarci, G Jurasinski
Applied Vegetation Science 20 (2), 259-270, 2017
Mass Balances of a Drained and a Rewetted Peatland: on Former Losses and Recent Gains
A Mrotzek, D Michaelis, A Günther, N Wrage-Mönnig, J Couwenberg
Soil Systems 4 (1), 16, 2020
Meteorological controls on water table dynamics in fen peatlands depend on management regimes
S Ahmad, H Liu, S Alam, A Günther, G Jurasinski, B Lennartz
Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 630469, 2021
The effect of an exceptionally wet summer on methane effluxes from a 15-year re-wetted fen in north-east Germany
V Huth, A Günther, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
Mires and Peat 13 (02), 1-7, 2013
Short‐lived peaks of stem methane emissions from mature black alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) – Irrelevant for ecosystem methane budgets?
D Köhn, A Günther, I Schwabe, G Jurasinski
Plant‐Environment Interactions 2 (1), 16-27, 2021
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