Beate Michalzik
Beate Michalzik
Institute for Geography, Soil Science, University of Jena
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Controls on the dynamics of dissolved organic matter in soils: a review
K Kalbitz, S Solinger, JH Park, B Michalzik, E Matzner
Soil science 165 (4), 277-304, 2000
22202000
Fluxes and concentrations of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen–a synthesis for temperate forests
B Michalzik, K Kalbitz, JH Park, S Solinger, E Matzner
Biogeochemistry 52 (2), 173-205, 2001
5502001
Dynamics of dissolved organic nitrogen and carbon in a Central European Norway spruce ecosystem
B Michalzik, E Matzner
European journal of soil science 50 (4), 579-590, 1999
3061999
Modelling the production and transport of dissolved organic carbon in forest soils
B Michalzik, E Tipping, J Mulder, JFG Lancho, E Matzner, CL Bryant, ...
Biogeochemistry 66 (3), 241-264, 2003
1872003
Liposomes in biosensors
Q Liu, BJ Boyd
Analyst 138 (2), 391-409, 2013
1052013
Insect herbivores and the nutrient flow from the canopy to the soil in coniferous and deciduous forests
B Stadler, S Solinger, B Michalzik
Oecologia 126 (1), 104-113, 2001
1002001
Linking aphid ecology with nutrient fluxes in a coniferous forest
B Stadler, B Michalzik, T Müller
Ecology 79 (5), 1514-1525, 1998
961998
Effects of an experimental drought on the functioning of a cacao agroforestry system, Sulawesi, Indonesia
L Schwendenmann, E Veldkamp, G Moser, D Hölscher, M Köhler, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (5), 1515-1530, 2010
842010
Factors controlling decomposition rates of fine root litter in temperate forests and grasslands
EF Solly, I Schöning, S Boch, E Kandeler, S Marhan, B Michalzik, J Müller, ...
Plant and Soil 382 (1-2), 203-218, 2014
802014
Response of cocoa trees (Theobroma cacao) to a 13-month desiccation period in Sulawesi, Indonesia
G Moser, C Leuschner, D Hertel, D Hölscher, M Köhler, D Leitner, ...
Agroforestry Systems 79 (2), 171-187, 2010
662010
Differential stemflow yield from European beech saplings: the role of individual canopy structure metrics
DF Levia, B Michalzik, K Näthe, S Bischoff, S Richter, DR Legates
Hydrological processes 29 (1), 43-51, 2015
482015
Impact of a pine lappet (Dendrolimus pini) mass outbreak on C and N fluxes to the forest floor and soil microbial properties in a Scots pine forest in Germany
A le Mellec, B Michalzik
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (7), 1829-1841, 2008
432008
Controls on soil carbon storage and turnover in German landscapes
N Herold, I Schöning, B Michalzik, S Trumbore, M Schrumpf
Biogeochemistry 119 (1-3), 435-451, 2014
392014
Investigation of gas exchange processes in peat bog ecosystems by means of innovative Raman gas spectroscopy
T Frosch, R Keiner, B Michalzik, B Fischer, J Popp
Analytical chemistry 85 (3), 1295-1299, 2013
382013
Different effect of drying on the fluxes of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen from a Norway spruce forest floor
A Prechtel, C Alewell, B Michalzik, E Matzner
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 163 (5), 517-521, 2000
362000
The importance of canopy-derived dissolved and particulate organic matter (DOM and POM)–comparing throughfall solutionfrom broadleaved and coniferous forests
A Le Mellec, H Meesenburg, B Michalzik
Annals of Forest Science 67 (4), 411, 2010
312010
Importance of canopy herbivores to dissolved and particulate organic matter fluxes to the forest floor
B Michalzik, B Stadler
Geoderma 127 (3-4), 227-236, 2005
312005
Microbial respiration and natural attenuation of benzene contaminated soils investigated by cavity enhanced Raman multi-gas spectroscopy
T Jochum, B Michalzik, A Bachmann, J Popp, T Frosch
Analyst 140 (9), 3143-3149, 2015
302015
Aphid infested Norway spruce are" hot spots" in throughfall carbon chemistry in coniferous forests
B Stadler, B Michalzik
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (11), 1717-1722, 1998
261998
Insect herbivory, organic matter deposition and effects on belowground organic matter fluxes in a central European oak forest
A Le Mellec, G Gerold, B Michalzik
Plant and soil 342 (1-2), 393-403, 2011
252011
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