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Altdorf, D., C. v. Hebel, N. Borchard, J v. d. Kruk, H.R. Bogena, H. Vereecken and J.A. Huisman (2017): Potential of catchment-wide soil water content mapping using electromagnetic induction in a forest ecosystem. Environmental Earth Science 76, 111, doi:10.1007/s12665-016-6361-3.

Andreasen, M., K.H. Jensen, D. Desilets, M. Zreda, H. Bogena and M.C. Looms (2017): Cosmic-ray neutron transport at a forest field site: Identifying the signature of biomass and canopy interception. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 21, 1875–1894, doi:10.5194/hess-21-1875-2017.

Andreasen, M., K.H. Jensen, D. Desilets, T. Franz, M. Zreda, H. Bogena and M.C. Looms (2017): Status and perspectives of the cosmic-ray neutron method for soil moisture estimation and other environmental science applications. Vadose Zone J., doi: 10.2136/vzj2017.04.0086.

Baatz, R., H.-J. Hendricks Franssen, X. Han, T. Hoar, H. Bogena and H. Vereecken (2017): Evaluating the value of a network of cosmic-ray probes for improving land surface modeling. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 2509-2530, doi:10.5194/hess-21-2509-2017.

Balanzategui, D., A. Knorr, K.-U. Heußner, T. Wazny, W. Beck, M. Slowinski, G. Helle, A. Buras, M. Wilmking, E. van der Maaten, T. Scharnweber, I. Dorado Liñán and I. Heinrich (2017): An 810-year history of cold season temperature variability for northern Poland. Boreas, doi:10.1111/bor.12274.

Barth, J.A.C., M. Mader, F. Nenning, R. van Geldern and K. Friese (2017): Stable isotope mass balances versus concentration differences of dissolved inorganic carbon – implications for tracing carbon turnover in reservoirs. Isot. Environ. Health Stud. 53(4): 413-426.

Bogena, H.R., C. Montzka, H.-J. Hendricks Franssen and H. Vereecken (2017): A blueprint for a distributed terrestrial ecosystem research infrastructure. In: A. Chabbi and Loescher H. (eds.): Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures: Challenges, New developments and Perspectives, CRS Press, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 279 -302.

Bogena, H.R., J.A. Huisman, B. Schilling, A. Weuthen and H. Vereecken (2017): Effective calibration of low-cost soil water content sensors. Sensors 17(1), 208, doi:10.3390/s17010208.

Bogena, H.R., I. Wiekenkamp, J.A. Huisman, T. Pütz, A. Graf, C. Drüe and H. Vereecken (2017): Integrierte Untersuchung der Effekte eines Kahlschlags auf das hydrologische Systemverhalten eines Kleineinzugsgebiets. In: M. Casper, O. Gronz, R. Ley and T. Schütz (eds.): Den Wandel messen - Wie gehen wir mit Nichtstationarität in der Hydrologie um? - Beiträge zum Tag der Hydrologie 23./24. März 2017. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 38.17, pp. 39-50.

Brandt, T., M. Vieweg, G. Laube, R. Schima, T. Goblirsch, J.H. Fleckenstein and C. Schmidt (2017): Automated in situ oxygen profiling at aquatic-terrestrial interfaces. Environ. Sci. Technol., doi:10.1021/acs.est.7b01482

Brosy, C., K. Krampf, M. Zeeman, B. Wolf, W. Junkermann, K. Schäfer, S. Emeis and H. Kunstmann (2017): Simultaneous multicopter-based air sampling and sensing of meteorological variables. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 10(8): 2773-2784, doi:10.5194/amt-10-2773-2017.

Cai, G., J. Vanderborght, V. Couvreur, C.M. Mboh and H. Vereecken (2017): Parameterization of Root Water Uptake Models Considering Dynamic Root Distributions and Water Uptake Compensation. Vadose Zone J., doi:10.2136/vzj2016.12.0125.

Cabral, I., J. Keim, R. Engelmann, R. Kraemer, J. Siebert and A. Bonn (2017). Ecosystem services of allotment and community gardens: A Leipzig, Germany case study. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 23: 44-53.

Colliander, A., T. J. Jackson, R. Bindlish, S. Chan, N. Das, S.B. Kim, J. Asanuma, et al. (2017): Validation of SMAP surface soil moisture products with core validation sites. Remote Sensing of Environment 191: 215-231.

Dadi, T., K. Wendt-Potthoff and M. Koschorreck (2017): Sediment resuspension effects on dissolved organic carbon fluxes and microbial metabolic potentials in reservoirs. Aquat. Sci. 79(3): 749-764.

Dick, D.D.C., C.F. Dormann and K. Henle (2017): Environmental determinants and temporal variation of amphibian habitat use in a temperate floodplain. Herpetolog. J. 27(2): 161-171.

Dräger, N., M. Theuerkauf, K. Szeroczynska, S. Wulf, R. Tjallingii, B. Plessen, U. Kienel and A. Brauer (2017): A varve micro-facies and varve preservation record of climate change and human impact for the last 6000 years at Lake Tiefer See (NE Germany). The Holocene 27(3): 450-464.

Fu, J., R. Gasche, N. Wang, H. Lu, K. Butterbach-Bahl and R. Kiese (2017): Impacts of climate and management on water balance and nitrogen leaching from montane grassland soils of S-Germany. Environmental Pollution 229, 119-131.

Gebler, S., H.- J. Hendricks Franssen, S. Kollet, W. Qu and H. Vereecken (2017): High resolution modelling of soil moisture patterns with TerrSysMP: A comparison with sensor network data. J. Hydrol. 547: 309-331.

Giling, D.P., P.A. Staehr, H.P. Grossart, M.R. Andersen, B. Boehrer, C. Escot, F. Evrendilek, L. Gómez-Gener, M. Honti, I.D. Jones, N. Karakaya, A. Laas, E. Moreno-Ostos, K. Rinke, U. Scharfenberger, S.R. Schmidt, M. Weber, R.I. Woolway, J.A. Zwart and B. Obrador (2017): Delving deeper: Metabolic processes in the metalimnion of stratified lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 62(3): 1288-1306.

Gottselig, N., V. Nischwitz, T. Meyn, W. Amelung, R. Bol, C. Halle, H. Vereecken, J. Siemens and E. Klumpp (2017): Phosphorus Binding to Nanoparticles and Colloids in Forest Stream Waters. Vadose Zone J. 16(3), doi:10.2136/vzj2016.07.0064.

Gottselig, N., I. Wiekenkamp, L. Weihermüller, N. Brüggemann, A.E. Berns, H.R. Bogena, N. Borchard, E. Klumpp, A. Lücke, A. Missong, T. Pütz, H. Vereecken, J.A. Huisman and R. Bol (2017): Soil biogeochemistry in a forested headwater catchment – A three dimensional view. J. Environ. Qual. 45(6): 210–218, doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0276.

Güntner, A., M. Reich, M. Mikolaj, B. Creutzfeldt, S. Schroeder and H. Wziontek (2017): Landscape-scale water balance monitoring with an iGrav superconducting gravimeter in a field enclosure. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 21: 3167-3182, doi:10.5194/hess-21-3167-2017.

Gueting, N., T. Vienken, A. Klotzsche, J. van der Kruk, J. Vanderborght, J. Caers, H. Vereecken and A. Englert (2017): High resolution aquifer characterization using crosshole GPR full-waveform tomography: Comparison with direct-push and tracer test data. Water Resour. Res. 53(1): 49-72.

Grossmann, K., N. Kabisch and S. Kabisch (2017): Understanding the social development of a post-socialist large housing estate: The case of Leipzig-Grünau in eastern Germany in long-term perspective. Eur. Urban Reg. Stud. 24(2): 142-161.

Heidbach, K., H.P. Schmid and M. Mauder (2017): Experimental evaluation of flux footprint models. Agric. For. Meteorol. 246: 142-153, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.06.008.

Heine, I., A. Brauer, B. Heim, S. Itzerott, P. Kasprzak, U. Kienel and B. Kleinschmit (2017): Monitoring of calcite precipitation in hardwater lakes with multi-spectral remote sensing archives. Water 9(1): 15.

Heinlein, F., C. Biernath, C. Klein, C. Thieme and E. Priesack (2017): Evaluation of Simulated Transpiration from Maize Plants on Lysimeters. Vadose Zone J. 16(1), doi:10.2136/vzj2016.05.0042.

Herbrich, M., H.H. Gerke, O. Bens and M. Sommer (2017): Water balance and leaching of dissolved organic and inorganic carbon of eroded Luvisols using high precision weighing lysimeters. Soil and Tillage Research 165: 144-160.

Herbrich, M. and H.H. Gerke (2017): Scales of water retention dynamics observed in eroded Luvisols from and arable postglacial soil landscape. Vadose Zone J., doi:10.2136/vzj2017.01.0003

Hoffmann, M., M. Schulz-Hanke, J.G. Alba, N. Jurisch, U. Hagemann, T. Sachs, M. Sommer and J. Augustin (2017): A simple calculation algorithm to separate high-resolution CH4 flux measurements into ebullition-and diffusion-derived components. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 10(1): 109 -118, doi:10.5194/amt-10-109-2017.

Inostroza, P.A., R. Massei, J. Wild, M. Krauss and W. Brack (2017): Chemical activity and distribution of emerging pollutants: insights from a multi-compartment analysis of a freshwater system. Environ. Pollut. 231(1): 339-347.

Jäger, C.G., J. Hagemann and D. Borchardt (2017): Can nutrient pathways and biotic interactions control eutrophication in riverine ecosystems? Evidence from a model driven mesocosm experiment. Water Res. 115: 162-171.

Jiang, C., J.M. Séquaris, H. Vereecken and E. Klumpp (2017): Effects of temperature and associated organic carbon on the fractionation of water-dispersible colloids from three silt loam topsoils under different land use. Geoderma 299: 43-53, doi: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.03.009.

Jiang, X., R. Bol, B.J. Cade-Menun, V. Nischwitz, S. Willbold, S.L. Bauke, H. Vereecken, W. Amelung and E. Klumpp (2017): Colloid-bound and dissolved phosphorus species in topsoil water extracts along a grassland transect from Cambisol to Stagnosol. Biogeosciences 14(5), 1153.

Kaiser, K., N. Keller, A. Brande, S. Dalitz, N. Hensel, K.-U. Heußner, C. Kappler, U. Michas, J. Müller, G. Schwalbe, R. Weiße and O. Bens (2017): A large-scale medieval dam-lake cascade in central Europe: water level dynamics of river Havel, Berlin-Brandenburg region, Germany. Geoarchaeology, in press.

Karthe, D., P. Chifflard, B. Cyffka, L. Menzel, H. Nacken, R. Raeder, M. Sommerhäuser and M. Weiler (2017): Water research in Germany: from the reconstruction of the Roman Rhine to a risk assessment for aquatic neophytes. Environ. Earth Sci. 76(16), 549.

Karthe, D., P.-Y. Lin and K. Westphal (2017): Instream coliform gradients in the Holtemme, a small headwater stream in the Elbe River Basin, Northern Germany. Front. Earth Sci. 11(3): 544-553.

Kienel, U., G. Kirillin, B. Brademann, B. Plessen, R. Lampe and A. Brauer (2017): Effects of spring warming and mixing duration on diatom deposition in deep Tiefer See, NE Germany. J. Paleolimnology 57(1): 37-49.

Koch, M., F. Koebsch, J. Hahn and G. Jurasinski (2017): From Meadow to Shallow Lake: Short-term Vegetation Dynamics After Rewetting of a Coastal Brackish Fen Studied Using RGB Aerial Photographs. Mires and Peat. in press.

Knapp, S., M. Winter and S. Klotz (2017): Increasing species richness, but decreasing phylogenetic richness and divergence over a 320 year period of urbanization. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(4): 1152-1160.

Kunz, J.V., M.D. Annable, J. Cho, W. von Tümpling, K. Hatfield, S. Rao, D. Borchardt and M. Rode (2017): Quantifying nutrient fluxes with a new hyporheic passive flux meter (HPFM). Biogeosciences 14(3): 631-649.

Kurtz, W., A. Lapin, O.S. Schilling, Q. Tang, E. Schiller, T. Braun et al. (2017): Integrating hydrological modelling, data assimilation and cloud computing for real-time management of water resources. Environmental modelling & software 93: 418-435.

Landl, M., K. Huber, A. Schnepf, J. Vanderborght, M. Javaux, A.G. Bengough and H. Vereecken (2017): A new model for root growth in soil with macropores. Plant and Soil 415(1-2): 99-116.

Lange, M., B. Dechant, C. Rebmann, M. Vohland, M. Cuntz and D. Doktor (2017): Validating MODIS and sentinel-2 NDVI products at a temperate deciduous forest site using two independent ground-based sensors. Sensors 17(8), doi:10.3390/s17081855.

Lausch, A., S. Erasmi, D.J. King, P. Magdon and M. Heurich (2017): Understanding forest health with remote sensing-Part II — a review of approaches and data models. Remote Sens. 9(2), 129, doi:10.3390/rs902012.

Lindauer, M., H.P. Schmid, R. Grote, R. Steinbrecher, M. Mauder and B. Wolpert (2017): A simple new model for incoming solar radiation dependent only on screen-level relative humidity. J. Appl. Meteorol. Climatol., doi:10.1175/JAMC-D-16-0085.1.

Liu S., M. Herbst, R. Bol, N. Gottselig, T. Pütz, D. Weymann, I. Wiekenkamp, H. Vereecken and N. Brüggemann (2016): The contribution of hydroxylamine content to spatial variability of N2O formation in soil of a Norway spruce forest. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 178: 76–86, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2016.01.026.

Liu, S., Y. Shao, A. Kunoth and C. Simmer (2017): Impact of surface-heterogeneity on atmosphere and land-surface interactions. Environmental Modelling & Software 88: 35-47.

Martin-Puertas, C., R. Tjallingii, M. Bloemsma and A. Brauer (2017): Varved sediment responses to early Holocene climate and environmental changes in Lake Meerfelder Maar (Germany) obtained from a multivariate approach of µ-XRF core scanning data. J. Quaternary Science, doi:10.1002/jqs.2935

Martini, E., U. Werban, S. Zacharias, M. Pohle, P. Dietrich and U. Wollschläger (2017): Repeated electromagnetic induction measurements for mapping soil moisture at the field scale: validation with data from a wireless soil moisture monitoring network. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 21(1): 495.

Martini, E., U. Wollschläger, A. Musolff, U. Werban and S. Zacharias (2017): Principal Component Analysis of the Spatiotemporal Pattern of Soil Moisture and Apparent Electrical Conductivity. Vadose Zone J., doi:10.2136/vzj2016.12.0129.

Meyer, N., G. Welp, L. Bornemann and W. Amelung (2017): Microbial nitrogen mining affects spatio-temporal patterns of substrate-induced respiration during seven years of bare fallow. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 104: 175-184, doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.10.019.

Meyer, N., L. Bornemann, G. Welp, H. Schiedung, M. Herbst and W. Amelung (2017): Carbon saturation drives spatial patterns of soil organic matter losses under long-term bare fallow. Geoderma 306: 89-98, doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.07.004.

Montzka, C., H.R. Bogena, M. Zreda, A. Monerris, R. Morrison, S. Muddu and H. Vereecken (2017): Validation of spaceborne and modelled surface soil moisture products with cosmic-ray neutron probes. Remote Sensing 9(2), 103, doi:10.3390/rs9020103.

Morling, K., P. Herzsprung and N. Kamjunke (2017): Discharge determines production of, decomposition of and quality changes in dissolved organic carbon in pre-dams of drinking water reservoirs. Sci. Total Environ. 577: 329-339.

Morling, K., J. Raeke, N. Kamjunke, T. Reemtsma and J. Tittel (2017): Tracing aquatic priming effect during microbial decomposition of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon in chemostat experiments. Microb. Ecol. 74(3): 534–549.

Munz, M. and C. Schmidt (2017): Estimation of vertical water fluxes from temperature time series by the inverse numerical computer program FLUX-BOT. Hydrological Processes 31(15): 2713-2724.

Münze, R., C. Hannemann, P. Orlinskiy, R. Gunold, A. Paschke, K. Foit, H. Jernstedt, J. Kreuger, G. Schüürmann and M. Lies (2017): Pesticides from wastewater treatment plant effluents affect invertebrate communities. Science of the Total Environment 599: 387-399.

Papanikolaou, A.D., I. Kühn, M. Frenzel and O. Schweiger (2017): Semi-natural habitats mitigate the effects of temperature rise on wild bees. J. Appl. Ecol. 54(2): 527-536.

Papanikolaou, A.D., I. Kühn, M. Frenzel and O. Schweiger (2017): Landscape heterogeneity enhances stability of wild bee abundance under highly varying temperature, but not under highly varying precipitation. Landsc. Ecol. 32 (3): 581-593.

Peters, A., J. Groh, F. Schrader, W. Durner, H. Vereecken and T. Pütz (2017): Towards an unbiased filter routine to determine precipitation and evapotranspiration from high precision lysimeter measurements. J. Hydrol. 549: 731-740.

Post, H., J.A. Vrugt, A. Fox, H. Vereecken and H.J. Hendricks Franssen (2017): Estimation of Community Land Model parameters for an improved assessment of net carbon fluxes at European sites. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122(3): 661-689.

Rach, O., A. Kahmen, A. Brauer and D. Sachse (2017): A dual-biomarker approach for quantification of changes in relative humidity from sedimentary lipid D/H ratios. Climate of the Past 13: 741-757.

Rach, O., S. Engels, A. Kahmen, A. Brauer, C. Martín-Puertas, B. van Geel and D. Sachse (2017): Hydrological and ecological changes in Western Europe between 3200 and 2000 cal years BP derived from lipid biomarker dD values in Lake Meerfelder Maar sediments. Quaternary Science Reviews 172: 44-54.

Schiedung, H., N. Tilly, C. Hütt, G. Welp, N. Brüggemann and W. Amelung (2017): Spatial controls of topsoil and subsoil organic carbon turnover under C3–C4 vegetation change. Geoderma 303: 44-51.

Schiedung, H., L. Bornemann and G. Welp (2017): Seasonal variability of soil organic carbon fractions under arable land. Pedosphere 27(2): 380-386, doi:10.1016/S1002-0160(17)60326-6.

Schmidt, J., F.E. Fassnacht, A. Lausch and S. Schmidtlein (2017): Assessing the functional signature of heathland landscapes via hyperspectral remote sensing. Ecol. Indic. 73: 505-512.

Schollän, K., H. Baschek, H. Heinrich, F. Slotta, M. Pauly and G. Helle (2017): A guideline for sample preparation in modern tree-ring stable isotope research, Dendrochronologia 44: 133-145,

Slowinski, M., I. Zawiska, F. Ott, A.M. Noryskiewicz, B. Plessen, K. Apolinarska, M. Lutynska, D.J. Michczynska, S. Wulf, P. Skubala, J. Kordowski, M. Blaszkiewicz and A. Brauer (2017): Differential proxy responses to late Allerød and early Younger Dryas climatic change recorded in varved sediments of the Trzechowskie palaeolake in Northern Poland. Quaternary Science Reviews 158: 94-106.

Soltani, M., M. Mauder, P. Laux and H. Kunstmann (2017): Turbulent flux variability and energy balance closure in the TERENO prealpine observatory: a hydrometeorological data analysis. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 1-20.

Schröter, I., H. Paasche, D. Doktor, X. Xu, P. Dietrich and Wollschläger (2017): Multitemporal soilmoisture pattern analysis with multispectral remote sensing and terrain data at the small catchment scale, Vadose Zone J., accepted.

Stadler, J., S. Klotz, R. Brandl and S. Knapp (2017): Species richness and phylogenetic structure in plant communities: 20 years of succession. Web Ecol. 17(2): 37-46.

Stockinger, M.P., A. Lücke, H. Vereecken and H.R. Bogena (2017): Accounting for seasonal isotopic patterns of forest canopy intercepted precipitation in streamflow modeling. J. Hydrol., accepted.

Tecklenburg, C. and T. Blume (2017): Identifying, characterizing and predicting spatial patterns of lacustrine groundwater discharge. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., in press.

Trauth, N. and J.H. Fleckenstein (2017): Single discharge events increase reactive efficiency of the hyporheic zone. Water Resour. Res. 53 (1): 779-798.

Uebel, M., M. Herbst and A. Bott (2017): Mesoscale simulations of atmospheric CO2 variations using a high-resolution model system with process-based CO2 fluxes. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 143(705): 1860-1876.

Waldhoff, G., U. Lussem and G. Bareth (2017): Multi-Data Approach for remote sensing-based regional crop rotation mapping: A case study for the Rur catchment, Germany. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 61: 55-69.

Wang, J. and E. Banzhaf (2017): Derive an understanding of Green Infrastructure for the quality of life in cities by means of integrated RS mapping tools. 2017 Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event; Dubai; UAE; 06 March 2017 through 08 March 2017; 978-1-5090-5808-2/17/$31.00 ©2017 IEEE - Conference Paper.

Wei, J., W. Amelung, E. Lehndorff, M. Schloter, H. Vereecken and Brüggemann (2017): N2O and NOx emissions by reactions of nitrite with soil organic matter of a Norway spruce forest. Biogeochemistry 132: 325–342, doi:10.1007/s10533-017-0306-0.

Weigand, S., R. Bol, B. Reichert, A. Graf, I. Wiekenkamp, M. Stockinger, A. Lücke, W. Tappe, H. Bogena, T. Pütz, W. Amelung and H. Vereecken (2017): Spatiotemporal Analysis of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nitrate in Waters of a Forested Catchment Using Wavelet Analysis. Vadose Zone J. 16(3), doi:10.2136/vzj2016.09.0077.

Weigand, M. and A. Kemna (2017): Multi-frequency electrical impedance tomography as a non-invasive tool to characterize and monitor crop root systems. Biogeosciences 14(4): 921.

Wilken, F., P. Fiener and K. van Oost (2017): Modelling a century of soil redistribution processes and carbon delivery from small watersheds using a multi-class sediment transport model. Earth Surface Dynamics 5: 113-124.

Wilken, F., M. Sommer, K. van Oost, O. Bens and P. Fiener (2017): Process-oriented modelling to identify main drivers of erosion-induced carbon fluxes. SOIL 3: 83-94.

Wolf, B., C. Chwala, B. Fersch, J. Garvelmann, W. Junkermann, M.J. Zeeman, A. Angerer, B. Adler, C. Beck, C. Brosy, P. Brugger, S. Emeis, M. Dannenmann, F. De Roo, E. Diaz-Pines, E. Haas, M. Hagen, I. Hajnsek, J. Jacobeit, T. Jagdhuber, N. Kalthoff, R. Kiese, H. Kunstmann, O. Kosak, R. Krieg, C. Malchow, M. Mauder, R. Merz, C. Notarnicola, A. Philipp, W. Reif, S. Reineke, T. Rödiger, N. Ruehr, K. Schäfer, M. Schrön, A. Senatore, H. Shupe, I. Völksch, C. Wanninger, S. Zacharias and H.P. Schmid (2017): The SCALEX Campaign: Scale-Crossing Land Surface and Boundary Layer Processes in the TERENO-preAlpine Observatory. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 98: 1217-1234, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00277.1

Wolff, M., A. Haase, D. Haase and N. Kabisch (2017): The impact of urban regrowth on the built environment. Urban Stud. 54(12): 2683–2700.

Wollschläger, U., S. Attinger, D. Borchardt, M. Brauns, M. Cuntz, P. Dietrich, P., A. Hildebrandt, et al. (2017): The Bode hydrological observatory: a platform for integrated, interdisciplinary hydro-ecological research within the TERENO Harz/Central German Lowland Observatory. Environmental Earth Sciences 76(1): 29, doi:10.1007/s12665-016-6327-5.

Wilken, F., P. Fiener and K. Van Oost (2017): Modelling a century of soil redistribution processes and carbon delivery from small watersheds using a multi-class sediment transport model. Earth Surface Dynamics 5(1): 113.

Wu, B., I. Wiekenkamp, Y. Sun, A.S. Fisher, R. Clough, N. Gottselig, H. Bogena, T. Pütz, N. Brüggemann, H. Vereecken, and R. Bol (2017): A dataset for three-dimensional distribution of 39 elements in soils of a forested headwater catchment. J. Environ. Qual., doi:10.2134/jeq2017.02.0069.

Zeeman, M.J., M. Mauder, R. Steinbrecher, K. Heidbach, E. Eckart and H.P. Schmid (2017): Response of upland grasslands to reduced snow cover. Agric. For. Meteorol. 232: 514-526, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2016.09.002.

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