Michael W. I. Schmidt
Michael W. I. Schmidt
Professor of Physical Geography
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Persistence of soil organic matter as an ecosystem property
MWI Schmidt, MS Torn, S Abiven, T Dittmar, G Guggenberger, ...
Nature 478 (7367), 49-56, 2011
Black carbon in soils and sediments: analysis, distribution, implications, and current challenges
MWI Schmidt, AG Noack
Global biogeochemical cycles 14 (3), 777-793, 2000
Black (pyrogenic) carbon: a synthesis of current knowledge and uncertainties with special consideration of boreal regions
CM Preston, MWI Schmidt
Biogeosciences 3 (4), 397-420, 2006
How relevant is recalcitrance for the stabilization of organic matter in soils?
B Marschner, S Brodowski, A Dreves, G Gleixner, A Gude, PM Grootes, ...
Journal of plant nutrition and soil science 171 (1), 91-110, 2008
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire‐derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
K Hammes, MWI Schmidt, RJ Smernik, LA Currie, WP Ball, TH Nguyen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21 (3), 2007
Stability of biochar in soil
J Lehmann, C Czimczik, D Laird, S Sohi
Biochar for environmental management, 215-238, 2012
Measured soil organic matter fractions can be related to pools in the RothC model
M Zimmermann, J Leifeld, MWI Schmidt, P Smith, J Fuhrer
European Journal of Soil Science 58 (3), 658-667, 2007
Dissolved carbon leaching from soil is a crucial component of the net ecosystem carbon balance
R Kindler, JAN Siemens, K Kaiser, DC Walmsley, C Bernhofer, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 1167-1185, 2011
Comparative analysis of black carbon in soils
MWI Schmidt, JO Skjemstad, CI Czimczik, B Glaser, KM Prentice, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 15 (1), 163-167, 2001
Charred organic carbon in German chernozemic soils
MWI Schmidt, JO Skjemstad, E Gehrt, I Kögel‐Knabner
European Journal of Soil Science 50 (2), 351-365, 1999
Improvement of 13C and 15N CPMAS NMR spectra of bulk soils, particle size fractions and organic material by treatment with 10% hydrofluoric acid
MWI Schmidt, H Knicker, PG Hatcher, I Kogel‐Knabner
European Journal of Soil Science 48 (2), 319-328, 1997
Effects of charring on mass, organic carbon, and stable carbon isotope composition of wood
CI Czimczik, CM Preston, MWI Schmidt, RA Werner, ED Schulze
Organic Geochemistry 33 (11), 1207-1223, 2002
Source attribution of the changes in atmospheric methane for 2006–2008
P Bousquet, B Ringeval, I Pison, EJ Dlugokencky, EG Brunke, C Carouge, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11 (8), 3689-3700, 2011
Aromaticity and degree of aromatic condensation of char
DB Wiedemeier, S Abiven, WC Hockaday, M Keiluweit, M Kleber, ...
Organic Geochemistry 78, 135-143, 2015
Centennial black carbon turnover observed in a Russian steppe soil
K Hammes, MS Torn, AG Lapenas, MWI Schmidt
Biogeosciences 5 (5), 1339-1350, 2008
Synthesis and characterisation of laboratory-charred grass straw (Oryza sativa) and chestnut wood (Castanea sativa) as reference materials for black carbon quantification
K Hammes, RJ Smernik, JO Skjemstad, A Herzog, UF Vogt, MWI Schmidt
Organic Geochemistry 37 (11), 1629-1633, 2006
Carbon isotope geochemistry and nanomorphology of soil black carbon: Black chernozemic soils in central Europe originate from ancient biomass burning
MWI Schmidt, JO Skjemstad, C Jäger
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16 (4), 70-1-70-8, 2002
Evaluation of an ultrasonic dispersion procedure to isolate primary organomineral complexes from soils
MWI Schmidt, C Rumpel, I Kögel‐Knabner
European Journal of Soil Science 50 (1), 87-94, 1999
Fire-derived organic carbon in soil turns over on a centennial scale
N Singh, S Abiven, MS Torn, MWI Schmidt
Biogeosciences 9 (8), 2847-2857, 2012
Determination of the aromaticity and the degree of aromatic condensation of a thermosequence of wood charcoal using NMR
AV McBeath, RJ Smernik, MPW Schneider, MWI Schmidt, EL Plant
Organic Geochemistry 42 (10), 1194-1202, 2011
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