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Incorporating microbial ecology concepts into global soil mineralization models to improve predictions of carbon and nitrogen fluxes \ Global biogeochemical cycles : an international journal of global change [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Global models of soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) fluxes become increasingly needed to describe climate change impacts, yet they typically have limited ability to reflect microbial activities that may affect global-scale soil dynamics. Benefiting fro ...
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Ontwikkeling van een gemeenschappelijke effect module voor terrestrische natuur [Monograph]
Ek, R. van \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Mol-Dijkstra, J.P. \ Vries, W. de \ Wamelink, G.W.W. \ Hunink, J. \ Linden, W. van der \ Bonten, L. \ Bartholomeus, R. \ Mulder, H.M. \ Fujita, Y. \ 2014
Voor het bepalen van de effecten van ingrepen in de waterhuishouding op de terrestrische natuur zijn op dit moment verschillende modellijnen operationeel. In het Deltaprogramma is op landelijke schaal vooral het ecohydrologische model DEMNAT gebruikt ...
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Relationships between nutrient-related plant traits and combinations of soil N and P fertility measures \ PLoS One / Public Library of Science [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Witte, J.P.M. \ 2013
Soil fertility and nutrient-related plant functional traits are in general only moderately related, hindering the progress in trait-based prediction models of vegetation patterns. Although the relationships may have been obscured by suboptimal choice ...
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Towards a proper integration of hydrology in predicting soil nitrogen mineralization rates along natural moisture gradients \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Runhaar, H. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ 2013
The controlling effects of soil moisture on soil nitrogen (N) supply to plants have been well established from lab experiments, and are often incorporated in soil organic matter (SOM) models, but rarely tested in the field along natural gradients of ...
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Incorporating microbial ecology concepts into soil mineralization models to improve regional predictions of carbon and nitrogen fluxes \ Geophysical research abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Fujita, Y. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2013
Our study thus identified two important ways to improve predictions of regional fluxes of soil C and N: the use of site-specific input values of microbial pool, and better formulations of microbial processes, particularly those related to the effects ...
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Predicting nitrogen availability on a regional scale : on the necessity to include intricate interactions with local hydrology in a SOM model [Poster]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P. van \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Runhaar, H. \ Witte, F. \ 2012
Poster presented at the Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, 4 October 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Predicting nitrogen availability on a regional scale : on the necessity to include local hydrology in a SOM model [Poster]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P. van \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Runhaar, H. \ Witte, F. \ 2012
Poster presentation for the 'Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting', Lunteren, The Netherlands, February 7-8, 2012.
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