Stephan Glatzel
Stephan Glatzel
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TitleCited byYear
Carbon dioxide and methane production potentials of peats from natural, harvested and restored sites, eastern Québec, Canada
S Glatzel, N Basiliko, T Moore
Wetlands 24 (2), 261-267, 2004
1622004
Dissolved organic matter properties and their relationship to carbon dioxide efflux from restored peat bogs
S Glatzel, K Kalbitz, M Dalva, T Moore
Geoderma 113 (3-4), 397-411, 2003
1572003
Effects of land use intensity on the full greenhouse gas balance in an Atlantic peat bog
S Beetz, H Liebersbach, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski, U Buczko, H Höper
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 1067-1082, 2013
1052013
Methane and nitrous oxide exchange in differently fertilised grassland in southern Germany
S Glatzel, K Stahr
Plant and Soil 231 (1), 21-35, 2001
982001
A carbon storage perspective on alluvial sediment storage in the Rhine catchment
T Hoffmann, S Glatzel, R Dikau
Geomorphology 108 (1-2), 127-137, 2009
802009
High emissions of greenhouse gases from grasslands on peat and other organic soils
B Tiemeyer, E Albiac Borraz, J Augustin, M Bechtold, S Beetz, C Beyer, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (12), 4134-4149, 2016
772016
The role of cotton-grass (Eriophorum vaginatum) in the exchange of CO2 and CH4 at two restored peatlands, eastern Canada
M Marinier, S Glatzel, TR Moore
Ecoscience 11 (2), 141-149, 2004
702004
Soil development along an altitudinal transect in a Bolivian tropical montane rainforest: Podzolization vs. hydromorphy
M Schawe, S Glatzel, G Gerold
Catena 69 (2), 83-90, 2007
662007
Biogeochemical indicators of peatland degradation-a case study of a temperate bog in northern Germany
JP Krüger, J Leifeld, S Glatzel, S Szidat, C Alewell
Biogeosciences 12, 2861-2871, 2015
652015
Assessing the spatial variability of soil organic carbon stocks in an alpine setting (Grindelwald, Swiss Alps)
U Hoffmann, T Hoffmann, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel, NJ Kuhn
Geoderma 232, 270-283, 2014
592014
The effect of biomass harvesting on greenhouse gas emissions from a rewetted temperate fen
A Günther, V Huth, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (5), 1092-1106, 2015
502015
Controls for multi-scale temporal variation in ecosystem methane exchange during the growing season of a permanently inundated fen
F Koebsch, G Jurasinski, M Koch, J Hofmann, S Glatzel
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 204, 94-105, 2015
482015
Nitrous oxide emission budgets and land-use-driven hotspots for organic soils in Europe
T Leppelt, R Dechow, S Gebbert, A Freibauer, A Lohila, J Augustin, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (23), 6595-6612, 2014
462014
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
442018
Soil carbon accumulation in old-growth forests
G Gleixner, C Tefs, A Jordan, M Hammer, C Wirth, A Nueske, A Telz, ...
Old-growth forests, 231-266, 2009
352009
Vegetation controls methane emissions in a coastal brackish fen
F Koebsch, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski
Wetlands ecology and management 21 (5), 323-337, 2013
332013
Evaluation of septum-capped vials for storage of gas samples during air transport
S Glatzel, R Well
Environmental monitoring and assessment 136 (1-3), 307-311, 2008
312008
Methane exchange in a coastal fen in the first year after flooding-a systems shift
J Hahn, S Köhler, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski
PloS one 10 (10), 2015
302015
Short-term effects of an exceptionally hot and dry summer on decomposition of surface peat in a restored temperate bog
S Glatzel, S Lemke, G Gerold
European Journal of Soil Biology 42 (4), 219-229, 2006
292006
CO2 exchange of a temperate fen during the conversion from moderately rewetting to flooding
F Koebsch, S Glatzel, J Hofmann, I Forbrich, G Jurasinski
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 118 (2), 940-950, 2013
242013
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