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  • Di Rauso Simeone G, Benesch M and Glaser B (2018) Degradation products of polycondensed aromatic moieties (black carbon or pyrogenic carbon) in soil: Methodological improvements and comparison to contemporary black carbon concentrations. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci.. doi:10.1002/jpln.201800079   
  • Lerch M, Bliedtner M, Roettig C-B, Schmidt J-U, Szidat S, Salazar G, Zech R, Glaser B, Kleber A, and Zech M (2018) Lipid biomarkers in aeolian sediments under desert pavements – potential and first results from the Black Rock Desert, Utah, USA, and Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain. E&G Quaternary Sci. J., 66, 103-108,, 2018.   


  • Glaser B, Baltrėnas P, Kammann C, Kern J & Baltrėnaitė E (2017) Editorial: special issue on biochar as an option for sustainable resourcemanagement (EU COST Action TD1107 final publication). Journal of Environmental Engineeringand Landscape Management 25:2, 83-85, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2017.1319376   
  • Gunina A, DippoldM, Glaser B, and Kuzyakov Y (2017) Turnover of microbial groups and cell components in soil:13C analysis of cellular biomarkers. Biogeosciences 14: 271–283, doi:10.5194/bg-14-271-2017   
  • Kern J, Tammeorg P, Shanskiy M, Sakrabani R, Knicker H, Kammann C, Tuhkanen E-M, Smidt G, Prasad M, Tiilikkala K, Sohi S, Gascó G, Steiner C & Glaser B (2017) Synergistic use of peat and charred material ingrowing media – an option to reduce the pressureon peatlands? Journal of Environmental Engineering and LandscapeManagement 25(2): 160-174, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2017.1284665   
  • Llorentea M, Glaser B, Turriónc MB (2017) Effect of land use change on contents and distribution of monosacharides within density fractions of calcareous soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry (107): 260–268, doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.01.013   
  • Meyer S, Genesio L, Vogel I, Schmidt H-P, Soja G, Someus E, Shackley S, Verheijen FGA & Glaser B (2017) Biochar standardization and legislation harmonization. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 25(2): 175-191, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2016.1254640   
  • Sakrabani R, Kern J, Mankasingh U, Zavalloni C, Zanchettin G, Bastos AC, Tammeorg P, Jeffery S, Glaser B & Verheijen FGA (2017) Representativeness of European biochar research: part II – pot and laboratory studies. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 25(2) 152-159, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2017.1331167   
  • Srivastava K, Jentsch A, Kreyling J, Glaser B & Wiesenberg GLB (2017) Short-term carbon dynamics in a temperate grassland and heathland ecosystem exposed to 104 days of drought followed by irrigation. Journal of Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 1-22, doi: 10.1080/10256016.2017.1371714   
  • Srivastava K, Jentsch A, Glaser B, Wiesenberg GLB (2017) Repeated annual drought has minor long-term influence on δ13C and alkane composition of plant and soil in model grassland and heathland ecosystems. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science  180, 516–527, doi: 10.1002/jpln.201600019   
  • Tammeorg P, Bastos AC, Jeffery S, Rees F, Kern J, Graber ER, Ventura M, Kibblewhite M, Amaro A, Budai A, Cordovil C M. d. S., Domene X, Gardi C, Gascó G, Horák J, Kammann C, Kondrlova E, Laird D, Loureiro S, Martins MAS, Panzacchi P, Prasad M, Prodana M, Puga AP, Ruysschaert G, Sas-Paszt L, Silva FC, Teixeira WG, Tonon G, Delle Vedove G, Zavalloni C, Glaser B & Verheijen FGA (2017) Biochars in soils: towards the required level of scientific understanding. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 25(2): 192-207, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2016.1239582   
  • Verheijen FGA, Mankasingh U, Penizek V, Panzacchi P, Glaser B, Jeffery S, Bastos AC, Tammeorg P, Kern J, Zavalloni C, Zanchettin G & Sakrabani R (2017) Representativeness of European biochar research: part I – field experiments. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 25(2): 140-151, doi: 10.3846/16486897.2017.1304943   


  • Bachmann HJ, Bucheli TD, Dieguez-Alonso A, Fabbri D, Knicker H, Schmidt HP, Ulbricht A, Becker R, Buscaroli A, Buerge D, Cross A, Dickinson D, Enders A, Esteves VI, Evangelou MW, Fellet G, Friedrich K, Gasco Guerrero G, Glaser B, Hanke UM, Hanley K, Hilber I, Kalderis D, Leifeld J, Masek O, Mumme J, Carmona MP, Calvelo Pereira R, Rees F, Rombolà AG, de la Rosa JM, Sakrabani R, Sohi S, Soja G, Valagussa M, Verheijen F, Zehetner (2016) Toward the Standardization of Biochar Analysis: The COST Action TD1107 Interlaboratory Comparison. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64(2): 513–527, doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.5b05055   
  • Ließ M, Schmidt J, Glaser B (2016) Improving the Spatial Prediction of Soil Organic Carbon Stocks in a Complex Tropical Mountain Landscape by Methodological Specifications in Machine Learning Approaches. PLOS, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0153673   


  • Moran-Zuloaga D, Dippold M, Glaser B & Kuzyakov Y (2015) Organic nitrogen uptake by plants: reevaluation by position-specific labeling of amino acids: Reevaluation of organic N uptake by plants by position-specific labeling. Biogeochemistry, 125(3):359–374. doi: 10.1007/s10533-015-0130-3   
  • Tauchnitz N, Spott O, Russow R, Bernsdorf S, Glaser B, & Meissner R (2015) Release of nitrous oxide and dinitrogen from a transition bog under drained and rewetted conditions due to denitrification: results from a [d15 N]nitrate–bromide double-tracer study. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 51(2): 300–321, doi: 10.1080/10256016.2015.1011634   


  • Conte P, Hanke UM, Marsala V, Cimoò G, Alonzo G und Glaser B (2014) Mechanisms of water interaction with pore systems of hydrochar and pyrochar from poplar forestry waste. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62(21): 4917-4923, doi: 10.1021/jf5010034   
  • Zech M, Tuthorn M, Zech R, Schlütz F, Zech W, Glaser B (2014) A 16-ka δ18O record of lacustrine sugar biomarkers from the High Himalaya reflects Indian Summer Monsoon variability. Journal of Paleolimnology 51(2): 241-251, doi:10.1007/s10933-013-9744-4.   


  • Andreeva DB, Zech M, Glaser B,  Erbajeva MA, Cimitdorgieva GD, Ermakova OD, Zech W (2013) Stable  isotope (δ13C, δ15N, δ18O) record of soils in Buryatia, southern  Siberia: Implications for biogeochemical and paleoclimatic  interpretations. Quaternary International 290–291: 82-94, doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2012.10.054   .
  • Apostel C, Dippold M, Glaser B,  Kuzyakov Y (2013) Biochemical pathways of amino acids in soil:  Assessment by position-specific labeling and 13C-PLFA analysis. Soil  Biology and Biochemistry 67: 31-40.
  • Buggle B, Hambach U, Kehl M, Markovic S B, Zöller L, Glaser B (2013) The progressive evolution of a continental climate in southeastcentral European lowlands during the Middle Pleistocene  recorded in loess paleosol sequences, Geological Society of America, doi:10.1130/G34198.1   .
  • Busch D, Stark A, Kammann C I, Glaser B (2013) Genotoxic and phytotoxic risk assessment of fresh and treated hydrochar from hydrothermal carbonization compared to biochar from pyrolysis. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2013.07.003   .
  • Glaser B, Jentsch A, Kreyling J, Beierkuhnlein C (2013) Soil-moisture change caused by experimental extreme summer drought is similar to natural inter-annual variation in a loamy sand in Central Europe. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 176: 27–34, doi:10.1002/jpln.201200188   .
  • Wiedner K, Rumpel C, Steiner C, Pozzi A, Maas R, Glaser B (2013)
    Chemical evaluation of chars produced by thermochemical conversion (gasification, pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization) of agro-industrial biomass on a commercial scale, Biomass and Bioenergy, doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2013.08.026   
  • Zech M, Tuthorn M, Glaser B, Amelung W, Huwe B, Zech W, Zöller L, Löffler J (2013) Natural abundance of 18O of sugar biomarkers in topsoils along a climate transect over the Central Scandinavian Mountains, Norway. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 176: 12–15, doi:10.1002/jpln.201200365   
  • Zech M, Tuthorn M, Detsch F, Rozanski K, Zech R, Zöller L, Zech W, Glaser B (2013) A 220 ka terrestrial δ18O and deuterium excess biomarker record from an eolian permafrost paleosol sequence, NE-Siberia. Chemical Geology 360–361: 220-230.