Uwe Buczko
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Effects of land use intensity on the full greenhouse gas balance in an Atlantic peat bog
S Beetz, H Liebersbach, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski, U Buczko, H Höper
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 1067-1082, 2013
Phosphorus indices as risk‐assessment tools in the USA and Europe—a review
U Buczko, RO Kuchenbuch
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 170 (4), 445-460, 2007
Tillage effects on hydraulic properties and macroporosity in silty and sandy soils
U Buczko, O Bens, RF Hüttl
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (6), 1998-2007, 2006
Variability of soil water repellency in sandy forest soils with different stand structure under Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and beech (Fagus sylvatica)
U Buczko, O Bens, RF Hüttl
Geoderma 126 (3-4), 317-336, 2005
Water repellency in sandy luvisols under different forest transformation stages in northeast Germany
U Buczko, O Bens, H Fischer, RF Hüttl
Geoderma 109 (1-2), 1-18, 2002
Infiltration patterns into two soils under conventional and conservation tillage: influence of the spatial distribution of plant root structures and soil animal activity
E Hangen, U Buczko, O Bens, J Brunotte, RF Hüttl
Soil and Tillage Research 63 (3-4), 181-186, 2002
Effects of conventional and conservation tillage on soil hydraulic properties of a silty-loamy soil
NA Wahl, O Bens, U Buczko, E Hangen, RF Hüttl
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 29 (11-12), 821-829, 2004
Handling the phosphorus paradox in agriculture and natural ecosystems: Scarcity, necessity, and burden of P
P Leinweber, U Bathmann, U Buczko, C Douhaire, B Eichler-Löbermann, ...
Ambio 47, 3-19, 2018
Assessing soil hydrophobicity and its variability through the soil profile using two different methods
U Buczko, O Bens
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (3), 718-727, 2006
Spatial variability of O layer thickness and humus forms under different pine beech–forest transformation stages in NE Germany
O Bens, U Buczko, S Sieber, RF Hüttl
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 169 (1), 5-15, 2006
Assessment of the predictive quality of simple indicator approaches for nitrate leaching from agricultural fields
U Buczko, RO Kuchenbuch, B Lennartz
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (6), 1305-1315, 2010
Water infiltration and hydrophobicity in forest soils of a pine–beech transformation chronosequence
U Buczko, O Bens, RF Hüttl
Journal of Hydrology 331 (3-4), 383-395, 2006
Environmental indicators to assess the risk of diffuse nitrogen losses from agriculture
U Buczko, RO Kuchenbuch
Environmental management 45, 1201-1222, 2010
Changes in soil water repellency in a pine–beech forest transformation chronosequence: Influence of antecedent rainfall and air temperatures
U Buczko, O Bens, RF Hüttl
Ecological Engineering 31 (3), 154-164, 2007
Spatial distributions of lignite mine spoil properties for simulating 2-D variably saturated flow and transport
U Buczko, HH Gerke, RF Hüttl
Ecological Engineering 17 (2-3), 103-114, 2001
Re-evaluation of the yield response to phosphorus fertilization based on meta-analyses of long-term field experiments
U Buczko, M van Laak, B Eichler-Löbermann, W Gans, I Merbach, ...
Ambio 47, 50-61, 2018
Re‐visiting potassium‐and phosphate‐fertilizer responses in field experiments and soil‐test interpretations by means of data mining
RO Kuchenbuch, U Buczko
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 174 (2), 171-185, 2011
Impact of adjacent land use on coastal wetland sediments
S Karstens, U Buczko, G Jurasinski, R Peticzka, S Glatzel
Science of the Total Environment 550, 337-348, 2016
Spatial and temporal variability of water repellency in a sandy soil contaminated with tar oil and heavy metals
U Buczko, O Bens, W Durner
Journal of contaminant Hydrology 88 (3-4), 249-268, 2006
Soil respiration after tillage under different fertiliser treatments–implications for modelling and balancing
SR Fiedler, U Buczko, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
Soil and Tillage Research 150, 30-42, 2015
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