Prof. Dr. Arthur Geßler: Biodiversität in Agrarlandschaften



Lischeid G, Kalettka T, Holländer M, Steidl J, Merz C, Dannowski R, Hohenbrink, Lehr C, Onandia G, Reverey F, Pätzig M. 2018. Natural ponds in an agricultural landscape: External drivers, internal processes, and the role of the terrestrial-aquatic interface. Limnologica 68: 5-16.

Onandia G, Lischeid G, Kalettka T, Kleeberg A, Omari M, Premke K, Arhonditsis G. 2018. Biogeochemistry of natural ponds in agricultural landscape: Lessons learned from modeling a kettle hole in Northeast Germany. The Science of The Total Environment 634: 1615-1630.

Rillig MC, Lehmann A, Lehmann J, Camenzind T, Rauh C. 2018. Soil biodiversity effects from field to fork. Trends in Plant Science 23: 17-24.

Rillig MC, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Camenzind T, Cavagnaro T, Degrune F, Hohmann P, Lammel D, Mansour I, Roy J, van der Heijden M, Yang G. 2018. Why farmers should manage the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis – a response to Ryan and Graham. New Phytologist 222(3):1171-1175.

Kazanjian G, Flury S, Attermeyer K, Kalettka T, Kleeberg A, Premke K, Köhler J, Hilt S. 2017 Primary production in nutrient-rich kettle holes and consequences for nutrient and carbon cycling. Hydrobiologia 806: 77-93.

Reverey F, Ganzert L, Lischeid G, Ulrich A, Premke K, Grossart H-P. 2018. Dry-wet cycles of kettle hole sediments leave a microbial and biogeochemical legacy. Science of the Total Environment 627: 985-996.

Rillig MC, Sosa-Hernandez MA, Roy J, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Valyi K, Lehmann A. 2016. Towards an integrated mycorrhizal technology: harnessing mycorrhizae for sustainable intensification in agriculture. Frontiers in Plant Science 7: 1625.