Overview of publications/papers published in refereed journals, to public websites or to other public media, by iSQAPER project partners.
The links to publications listed in the table below refer to the original document and are free to access when published as Open Access (OA) article.
Please record in iSQAPER papers an acknowledgement containing the following message:
This publication is made possible with financial assistance from the European Union HORIZON2020 Programme towards the iSQAPER research project entitled: "Interactive Soil Quality Assessment in Europe and China for agricultural productivity and environmental resilience, Grant Number 635750.
Refereed Journal Papers
|1||Else K. Bünemann||Soil quality – A critical review (2018)||Soil Biology and Biochemistry||Link||OA|
|2||Zhanguo Bai||Effects of agricultural management practices on soil quality: A review of long-term experiments for Europe and China (2018)||Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment||Link||OA|
|3||Lúcia Barão||Assessment of promising agricultural management practices||Science of The Total Environment||Link|
|4||Giulia Bongiorno||Sensitivity of labile carbon fractions to tillage and organic matter management and their potential as comprehensive soil quality indicators across pedoclimatic conditions in Europe||Ecological Indicators||Link||OA|
|5||Yueling Qi||Macro- and micro- plastics in soil-plant system: Effects of plastic mulch ﬁlm residues on wheat (Triticum aestivum) growth||Science of the Total Environment||Link||OA|
|6||Xiaomei Yang||Inﬂuence of microplastic addition on glyphosate decay and soil microbial activities in Chinese loess soil||Environmental Pollution||Link|
|7||Xiaomei Yang||Biogenic transport of glyphosate in the presence of LDPE microplastics: A mesocosm experiment||Environmental Pollution||Link|
|8||Boguslaw Usowicz||Spatial variability of soil properties and cereal yield in a cultivated ﬁeld on sandy soil||Soil & Tillage Research||Link||OA|
|9||Vera Silva||Pesticide residues in European agricultural soils–A hidden reality unfolded||Science of The Total Environment||Link||OA|
|10||Shaoliang Zhang||A simple method for the extraction and identification of light density microplastics from soil||Science of The Total Environment||Link|
|11||Hongfei Liu||Response of soil dissolved organic matter to microplastic addition in Chinese loess soil||Chemosphere||Link|
|12||Sha Xue||Effects of elevated CO2 and drought on the microbial biomass and enzymatic activities in the rhizospheres of two grass species in Chinese loess soil||Geoderma||Link|
|13||David Santillán||Vineyards in transition: A global assessment of the adaptation needs of grape producing regions under climate change||Science of the Total Environment||Link|
|14||Nathalie van Haren||Contribution of community-based initiatives to the sustainable development goal of Land Degradation Neutrality||Environmental Science & Policy||Link|
|15||Brigitta Tóth||3D soil hydraulic database of Europe at 250 m resolution||Hydrological Processes||Link|
|16||Chong Jiang||Environmental Change in the Agro-Pastoral Transitional Zone, Northern China: Patterns, Drivers, and Implications||International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health||Link||OA|
|17||Jiaojiao Gou||More realistic land‐use and vegetation parameters in a regional climate model reduce model biases over China||International Journal of Climatology||Link|
|1||Catherina Bowyer||JOINING THE DOTS — SOIL HEALTH, AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE (2017)||Link||OA|