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Effects of organic versus conventional arable farming on soil structure and organic matter dynamics in a marine loam in the Netherlands \ Soil use and management / British Society of Soil Science [Artikel]
Pulleman, M.M. \ Jongmans, A.G. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Bouma, J. \ 2003
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Soil structure and earthworm activity in a marine silt loam under pasture versus arable land \ Biology and fertility of soils [Artikel]
Jongmans, A.G. \ Pulleman, M.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 2001
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Management induced organic matter differentiation in grassland and arable soil : a study using pyrolysis techniques \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Artikel]
Nierop, K.G.J. \ Pulleman, M.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 2001
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Humus profile degradation as influenced by decreasing earthworm activity \ Pedobiologia [Artikel]
Delft, S.P.J. van \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Didden, W.A.M. \ 1999
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Aan bodems met hoog organisch stofgehalte kleven risico's \ Ekoland : vakblad voor biologische landbouwmethoden, verwerking, afzet en natuurvoeding [Artikel]
Marinissen, J. \ Vereijken, P. \ 1998
Results of research on the relations between farm management (f.i. manuring, choice of crops), soil structure and crop yield, especially of carrots. Organic matter in the soil is crucial for an optimal soil structure with regard to water, oxygen and ...
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Assessing the effects of abiotic environmental stress on population growth in Lumbricus rubellus (Lubricidae, Oligochaeta) \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Artikel]
Klok, C. \ Roos, A.M. de \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1997
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Influence of the Enchytraeid worm Buchholzia appendiculata on aggregate formation and organic matter decomposition \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Artikel]
Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Didden, W.A.M. \ 1997
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Earthworm induced distribution of organic matter in macro-aggregates from differently managed arable fields \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Artikel]
Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Hillenaar, S.I. \ 1997
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Effects of earthworms on soil aggregate stability and carbon and nitrogen storage in a legume cover crop agroecosystem \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Artikel]
Ketterings, Q.M. \ Blair, J.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1997
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Effects of earthworms on nitrogen mineralization \ Biology and fertility of soils [Artikel]
Willems, J.J.G.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Blair, J. \ 1996
The influence of earthworms (Lumbricus terrestris and Aporrectodea tuberculata) on the rate of net N mineralization was studied, both in soil with intact soil structure (partly influenced by past earthworm activity) and in columns with sieved soil
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Clay dispersability in moist earthworm casts of different soils \ Applied soil ecology [Artikel]
Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Nijhuis, E. \ Breemen, N. van \ 1996
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The influence of earthworms and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza on the availability of phosphate in ecological arable farming \ Acta zoologica fennica [Artikel]
Werff, P.A. van der \ Amelsvoort, P.A.M. van \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1995
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Survival of bacteria introduced into soil by means of transport by Lumbricus rubellus \ Biology and fertility of soils [Artikel]
Heijnen, C.E. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1995
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The role of decomposition in C sequestration in ecosystems \ Carbon sequestration in the biosphere, processes and prospects : proceedings [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Verburg, P.S.J. \ Dam, D. van \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Westerhof, R. \ Breemen, N. van \ 1995
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Earthworms, soil-aggregates and organic matter decomposition in agro-ecosystems in the Netherlands [Proefschrift]
Marinissen, J.C. \ 1995
In this PhD thesis the relationships between earthworm populations, soil aggregate stability and soil organic matter dynamics were studied at an experimental farm in the Netherlands. Under conventional management earthworm populations were brought to ...
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Earthworm populations and stability of soil structure in a silt loam soil of a recently reclaimed polder in The Netherlands \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1994
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Soil meso- and macrofauna in two agricultural systems : factors affecting population dynamics and evaluation of their role in carbon and nitrogen dynamics \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Didden, W.A.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Vreeken - Buijs, M.J. \ Burgers, S.L.G.E. \ Brussaard, L. \ 1994
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Population dynamics in the belowground food webs in two different agricultural systems \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Zwart, K.B. \ Burgers, S.L.G.E. \ Bloem, J. \ Brussaard, L. \ Didden, W.A.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ 1994
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Simulation of dynamics in nitrogen mineralisation in the belowground food webs of two arable farming systems \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Ruiter, P.C. de \ Bloem, J. \ Bouwman, L.A. \ Didden, W.A.M. \ Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Brussaard, L. \ 1994
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Contribution of earthworms to carbon and nitrogen cycling in agro-ecosytems \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Marinissen, J.C.Y. \ Ruiter, P.C. de \ 1993
Earthworms contribute to N mineralisation directly, through consumption, digestion, respiration/ excretion and indirectly, by influencing population dynamics of other soil biota through predation or through affecting their environmental conditions. A ...
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