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Müller, Christoph, Prof. PhD

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Prof. Christoph Müller, PhD

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Professur für Experimentelle Pflanzenökologie

 

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Interdisziplinäres Forschungszentrum (IFZ)
Institut für Pflanzenökologie
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Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Academic education

1995  Doctor of Philosophy (Lincoln University, New Zealand

1991  Master of Science (University of Reading, United Kingdom) Soil Science - Soil Water Mamagement

1990  Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) in Horticulture (Gartenbau)

 

Professional and academic career

since 2009    Visiting Professor (University College Dublin)

since 2009    Professor of Experimental Plant Ecology (JLU Gießen)

2007 - 2009  Professor of Soil Science (University College Dublin)

2000 - 2006  Scientific Assistant (C1, JLU Gießen)

1996 - 2000  Postdoctoral Researcher (JLU Gießen)

 

Main research areas

Effect of climate change on ecological processes

Elemental cycles in terrestrial ecosystems

Production processes of climate relevant trace gases

 

Management experience and service to the profession

  • 2010 - ongoing Member of the examination board (JLU Gießen)
  • 2008 - 2010 Leader of the Theme "Emissions reductions & control" of the Earth Systems Institute (UCD Dublin)
  • 2007 - 2009 Chair of the Research and Innovation Committee - Ecosystem theme (School of Biology and Environmental Science, UCD Dublin)

 

Editor and co-editor / advisory editor and editorial board

  • 2008 - ongoing European Journal of Soil Science (associate editor)
  • 2008 - ongoing Biology and Fertility of Soils (editorial board)
  • 2010 - ongoing Frontiers in Terrestrial Microbiology (editorial board)

Projekte

Projekte

Projekte

Main funded projects (ongoing)

  • 2011 - 2012 Carbon loss from drained organic soils in agriculture use (PI) (EPA, Ireland)
  • 2009 - 2014 Untersuchung der Chancen und Risiken der Verwendung von Biochar (Biokohle) zur Verbesserung der Bodeneigenschaften sowie zur Sequestrierung von CO2 (PI) (INKLIM, HLUG)
  • 2007 - 2012 Erfassen und Bewerten von Umweltbelastungen einschließlich Bioindikation unter besonderer Berücksichtigung klimarelevanter Spurengase (PI) (HLUG)
  • 2007 - 2011 Evaluating Irish grassland as a source for bioenergy: environmental impacts and long-term sustainability (PI) (Department of Agriculture Ireland) UCD
  • 2007 - 2011 Maximising the efficiency of slurry-N and urea-N utilization by grassland using nitrification and urease inhibitors (Work package leader) (Department of Agriculture Ireland)
  • 2008 - 2010 Carbon-Restore: The potential of restored peatlands for carbon sequestration (PI) (EPA Ireland) UCD
  • 2004 - 2010 BOGLAND - a protocol for the sustainable management of peatlands in Ireland (PI from 2008 onwards (EPA Ireland) UCD

Publikationen

Publikationen

2018

 

168. Müller C, Moser G (2018) Global Change Biology Introduction - FACEing the future conference. Global Change Biology 24: 3873-3874,

167. Moser G, Gorenflor A, Brenzinger K, Keidel L, Marhan S, Clough T, Müller C (2018) Explaining the doubling of N2O emissions under elevated CO2 in the Giessen FACE via in-field 15N tracing. Global Change Biology 24: 3897-3910

166. Keidel L, Lenhart K, Moser G, Müller C (2018) Depth-dependent response of soil aggregates and soil organic carbon content to long-term elevated CO2 in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biogeochemistry 123:145-154.

165. Aydogan, E.L., G. Moser, C. Müller, P. Kämpfer, and S.P. Glaeser, (2018) Long-term warming shifts the composition of bacterial communities in the phyllosphere of Galium album in a permeant grassland field-experiment. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9: p. 144.

164. Han, X., W. Shen, J. Zhang, and C. Müller, (2018) Microbial adaptation to long-term N supply prevents large responses in N dynamics and N losses of a subtropical forest  Science of the Total Environment. 626: p. 1175-1187.

163. Kou, D., Y. Peng, G. Wang, J. Ding, Y. Chen, G. Yang, K. Fang, L. Liu, B. Zhang, C. Müller, J. Zhang, and Y. Yang, (2018) Diverse responses of belowground internal nitrogen cycling to increasing aridity. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 116: p. 189-192.

162. Liu, S., X. Zhang, A. Liang, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2018) Ridge tillage is likely better than no tillage for 14-year field experiment in black soils: Insights from a 15N-tracing study. Soil & Tillage Research. 179: p. 38-46.

161. Pärn, J., J.T.A. Verhoeven, K. Butterbach-Bahl, N.B. Dise, S. Ullah, A. Aasa, S. Egorov, M. Espenberg, J. Järveoja, J. Jauhianinen, A. Kanal, K. Kasak, L. Klemedtsson, A. Kull, F. Laggoun-Défarge, E.D. Lapshina, A. Lohila, K. Löhmus, M. Maddison, W.J. Mitsch, C. Müller, Ü. Niinemets, B. Osborne, T. Pae, J.-O. Salm, F. Sgouridis, K. Sohar, K. Soosaar, K. Storey, A. Teemusk, M.M. Tenywa, J. Tournebize, J. Truu, G. Veber, J.A. Villa, S.S. Zaw, and Ü. Mander, (2018) Nitrogen-rich organic soils under warm well-drained conditions are global nitrous oxide emission hotspots. Nature Communications. in press.

160. Renou-Wilson, F., G. Moser, D. Fallon, C. Farrell, C. Müller, and D. Wilson, (2018) Rewetting degraded peatlands for climate and biodiversity benefits: a tale  of two raised bogs. Ecological Engineering. in press: p. ECOLENG-D-17-01014R1.

159. Yang, F., S. Dai, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2018) Nitrite transformations under acidic conditions in temperate and subtropical forest ecosystems. Geoderma. 217: p. 47-55.

158. Zhang, J., Z. Cai, and C. Müller, (2018a) Terrestrial N cycling associated with climate and plant specific N preferences: A review. European Journal of Soil Science. 69.

157. Zhang, Y., J. Zhang, W. Zhao, C. Cai, and C. Müller, (2018b) Heterotrophic nitrification is responsible for large rates of N2O emission from subtropical acid forest soil in China. European Journal of Soil Science. in press.

156. Zhao, Y., J. Wang, Z. Cai, C. Müller, and J. Zhang, (2018) Short-term effects of nitrapyrin, rice straw and its biochar application on N transformation in soils of humid subtropical China Acta Agriculturæ Scandinavica Section B,. 68(5): p. 448-456.

155. Zhu, T., C. Yang, J. Wang, S. Zeng, M. Liu, J. Yang, B. Bai, J. Cao, X. Chen, and C. Müller, (2018) Bacterivore nematodes stimulate soil gross N transformation rates depending on their species. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 54: p. 107-118.

2017

154. Andresen LC, Yuan N, Seibert R, Moser G, Kammann C, Grünhage L, Luterbacher J, Erbs M, Müller C (2018) Biomass responses in a temperate European grassland through 17 years of elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 24: 3875–3885,

153. Aydogan, E.L., H.-J. Busse, G. Moser, C. Müller, P. Kämpfer, and S.P. Glaeser, (2017) Proposal of Mucilaginibacter galii sp. nov. isolated from the phyllosphere of Galium album. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 67: p. 1318-1326.

152. Brenzinger, K., K. Kujala, M.A. Horn, G. Moser, C. Guillet, C. Kammann, C. Müller, and G. Braker, (2017) Soil conditions rather than long-term exposure to elevated CO2 affect soil microbial communities associated with N-cycling. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8: p. 1976.

151. Haider, G., D. Steffens, C. Müller, and C.I. Kammann, (2017) Biochar reduced nitrate leaching and improved soil moisture content without yield improvements in a four-year field study. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 237: p. 80-94.

150. Harty, M.A., K.L. McGeough, R. Carolan, C. Müller, R.J. Laughlin, G.J. Lanigan, K.G. Richards, and C.J. Watson, (2017) Effects of urea stabilisers on gross nitrogen transformations in grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 109: p. 23-34.

149. Houska, T., P. Kraft, R. Liebermann, S. Klatt, D. Kraus, E. Haas, I. Santabarbara, R. Kiese, K. Butterbach-Bahl, C. Müller, and L. Breuer, (2017) Rejecting hydro-biogeochemical model structures by multi-criteria evaluation. Environmental Modelling and Software. 93: p. 1-12.

148. Jahangir, M.N.R., O. Fenton, C. Müller, R. Harrington, P. Johnston, and K.G. Richards, (2017) In situ denitrification and DNRA rates in groundwater beneath an integrated constructed wetland. Water Research. 111: p. 254-264.

147. Kammann, C., S. Ratering, C.-M. Görres, C. Guillet, and C. Müller, (2017) Stimulation of methane oxidation by CH4-emitting rose chafer larvae in well-aerated grassland soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 53: p. 491-499.

146. Kellner, J., S. Multsch, P. Kraft, T. Houska, C. Müller, and L. Breuer, (2017) A coupled hydrological-plant growth model for simulating the effect of elevated CO2 on a temperate grassland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 246: p. 42-50.

145. Liu, S., X. Zhang, J. Zhao, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2017) Effects of long-term no tillage treatment on gross soil N transformations in black soil in Northeast China. Geoderma. 301: p. 42-46.

144. Niu, Y., Z. Chen, C. Müller, M. Zaman, D.-G. Kim, H. Yu, and W. Ding, (2017) Yield-scaled N2O emissions were effectively reduced by biochar amendment of sandy loam soil under maize - wheat rotation in the North China Plain. Atmospheric Environment. 170: p. 58-70.

143. Obermeier, W., L. Lehnert, C. Kammann, C. Müller, L. Grünhage, J. Luterbacher, M. Erbs, G. Moser, R. Seibert, N. Yuan, and J. Bendix, (2017) Reduced CO2 fertilization effect in temperate C3 grasslands under more extreme weather conditions. Nature Climate Change. 7: p. 137–141.

142. Schimmelpfennig, S., C. Kammann, J. Mumme, S. Marhan, C. Bamminger, G. Moser, and C. Müller, (2017) Degradation of Miscanthus X giganteus biochar, hydrochar and feedstock under the influence of disturbance events. Applied Soil Ecology. 113: p. 135-150.

141. Senghor, A., R.M.N. Dioh, C. Müller, and I. Youm, (2017) Cereal crops for biogas production: a review of possible impact of elevated CO2. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. 71: p. 548-554.

140. Wang, J., Y. Cheng, Y.J. Jiang, B. Sun, J.B. Fan, J.B. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z.C. Cai, (2017a) Effects of 14 years of repeated pig manure applications on gross nitrogen transformations in an upland soil. Plant and Soil. 415: p. 161-173.

140. Wang, J., J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2017b) Nitrification is the key process determining N use efficiency in paddy soils. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 180: p. 648-658.

140. Wang, J., J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2017c) Temperature sensitivity of gross N transformation rates in an alpine meadow on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 17: p. 423-431.

139. Zhao, W., J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2017) Mechanisms behind the stimulation of nitrification by N input in subtropical acid forest soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 17(9): p. 2338–2345.

 

2016

138. Andresen, L.C., C. Müller, G. de Dato, J.S. Dukes, B.A. Emmett, M. Estiarte, A. Jentsch, G. Kröel-Dulay, A. Lüscher, S. Niu, J. Peñuelas, P. Reich, S. Reinsch, R. Ogava, I.K. Schmidt, M.K. Schneider, M. Sternberg, A. Tietema, K. Zhu, and M.C. Bilton, (2016) Shifting impacts of climate change: long-term patterns of plant response to elevated CO2, drought and warming across ecosystems. Advances in Ecological Research 55: p. 437-473.

137. Aydogan, E.L., H.-J. Busse, G. Moser, C. Müller, P. Kämpfer, and S.P. Glaeser, (2016a) Aureimonas galii sp. nov. and Aureimonas pseudogalii sp. nov. isolated from the phyllosphere of Galium album. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 66: p. 3345-3354.

136. Aydogan, E.L., H.-J. Busse, G. Moser, C. Müller, P. Kämpfer, and S.P. Glaeser, (2016b) Proposal of Mucilaginibacter phyllosphaerae sp. nov. isolated from the phyllosphere of Galium album. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 66: p. 4138-4147.

135. Barry, C.D., F. Renou-Wilson, D. WIlson, C. Müller, and R.H. Foy, (2016) Magnitude, form and bioavailability of fluvial carbon exports from Irish organic soils under pasture. Aquatic Sciences. 78: p. 541-560.

134. Chen, Z., W. DIng, Y. Xu, C. Müller, H. Yu, and J. Fan, (2016a) Increased N2O emissions during soil drying after waterlogging and spring thaw in a record wet year. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 101: p. 152-164.

133. Chen, Z., J. Zhang, Z. Xiong, G. Pan, and C. Müller, (2016b) Enhanced gross nitrogen transformation rates and nitrogen supply in paddy field under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and temperature. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 94: p. 80-87.

132. De Menezes, A.B., C. Müller, N. Clipson, and E.M. Doyle, (2016) The soil microbiome at the Gi-FACE experiment responds to a moisture gradient but not to CO2 enrichment. Microbiology. 162: p. 1572-1582.

131. Gao, W.-L., L. Kou, H. Yang, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and S. Li, (2016a) Ammonium fertilization causes a decoupling of ammonium cycling in a boreal forest. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 101: p. 114-123.

130. Gao, W.-L., L. Kou, H. Yang, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and S. Li, (2016b) Are nitrate production and retention processes in subtropical acidic forest soils responsive to ammonium deposition? Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 100: p. 102-109.

129. Gao, W.-L., L. Kou, J. Zhang, C. Müller, H. Wang, H. Yang, and L. Shenggong, (2016c) Enhanced deposition of nitrate alters microbial cycling of N in a subtropical forest soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 52: p. 977-986.

128. Haider, G., D. Steffens, C. Müller, and C.I. Kammann, (2016) Standard extraction methods may underestimate nitrate stocks captured by field aged biochar. Journal of Environmental Quality. 45(4): p. 1196-1204.

127. Haworth, M., G. Moser, A. Raschi, C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, and C. Müller, (2016) Carbon dioxide fertilisation and supressed respiration induce enhanced spring biomass  roduction in a mixed species temperate meadow exposed to moderate carbon dioxide enrichment. Functional Plant Biology. 43: p. 26-39.

126. Jahangir, M.N.R., O. Fenton, L. Gill, C. Müller, P. Johnston, and K.G. Richards, (2016) Carbon and nitrogen dynamics and greenhouse gases emissions in constructed wetlands: A  review. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 20: p. 1-15.

125. Jansen-Willems, A., G. Lanigan, L. Grünhage, and C. Müller, (2016a) Carbon cycling in temperate grassland under elevated temperature. Ecology and Evolution. 6(21): p. 7856-7868.

124. Jansen-Willems, A.B., G.J. Lanigan, T.J. Clough, L.C. Andresen, and C. Müller, (2016b) Long-term elevation of temperature affects organic N turnover and associated N2O emissions in a permanent grassland soil. Soil. 2: p. 601-614.

123. Khalil, M.I., M. Abdalla, G. Lanigan, B. Osborne, and C. Müller, (2016) Evaluation of parametric limitations in simulating greenhouse gas fluxes from Irish arable soils using three process-based models. Agricultural Sciences. 7: p. 503-520.

122. Lenhart, K., C. Kammann, P. Boeckx, J. Six, and C. Müller, (2016) Quantification of ecosystem C cynamics in a long-term FACE study on permanent grassland. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 30: p. 963-972.

121. Masse, J., C.E. Prescott, C. Müller, and S.J. Grayston, (2016) Gross nitrogen transformation rates differ in reconstructed oil-sands  soils from natural boreal-forest soils as revealed using a 15N tracing method. Geoderma. 282: p. 37-48.

120. McGeough, K.L., C.J. Watson, C. Müller, R.J. Laughlin, and D.R. Chadwick, (2016) Evidence that the efficacy of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) is affected by soil properties in UK soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 94: p. 222-232.

119. Renou-Wilson, F., C. Müller, G. Moser, and D. WIlson, (2016) To graze or not to graze? Four years greenhouse gas balances and vegetation composition from a  rained and a rewetted organic soil under grassland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 222: p. 156-170.

118. Shi, X.-Z., H.-W. Hu, C. Müller, J.-Z. He, D. Chen, and H. Suter, (2016) Effects of the nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP) on nitrification and nitrifiers in two contrasting agricultural soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 62(17): p. 5236-5248.

117. Wang, J., Y. Cheng, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2016a) Soil gross nitrogen transformations along a secondary succession transect in the north subtropical forest ecosystem of southwest China. Geoderma. 280: p. 88-95.

116. Wang, J., L. Wang, X. Feng, H. Hu, Z. Cai, C. Müller, and J. Zhang, (2016b) Soil N transformations and its controlling factors in temperate grasslands in China: A study from 15N tracing experiment to literature synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 121: p. 2949–2959

115. Wilson, D., C.A. Farrell, D. Fallon, G. Moser, C. Müller, and F. Renou-Wilson, (2016) Multi-year greenhouse gas balances at a rewetted temperate peatland. Global Change Biology. 22: p. 4080-4095.

114. Zhang, J., P. Tian, J. Tang, L. Yuan, Y. Ke, Z. Cai, B. Zhu, and C. Müller, (2016a) The characteristics of soil N transformations regulate the  composition of hydrologic N export from terrestrial ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 121: p. 1409–1419.

113. Zhang, J., J. Wang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2016b) Ecological and practical significances of crop species  preferential N uptake matching with soil N dynamics. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 103: p. 63-70.

112. Zhang, J., L. Wang, W. Zhao, H. Hu, X. Feng, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2016c) Soil gross nitrogen transformations along the Northeast China Transect (NECT) and their response to simulated rainfall events. Scientific Reports. 6: p. 22830.

111. Zhu, T., S. Zeng, H. Qin, K. Zhou, H. Yang, F. Lan, F. Huang, J. Cao, and C. Müller, (2016) Low nitrate retention capacity in calcareous soil  under woodland in the karst region of southwestern China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 97: p. 88-101.

2015

110. Cahalan, E., M. Ernfors, C. Müller, D. Devaney, R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, D. Hennessy, M.I. Khalil, K.L. McGeough, and K.G. Richards, (2015a) The effect of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) on nitrous oxide and methane emissions after cattle slurry application to Irish grassland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 199: p. 339-349.

109. Cahalan, E., E. Minet, M. Ernfors, C. Müller, D. Devaney, P.J. Forrestal, and K.G. Richards, (2015b) The effect of precipitation and application rate on dicyandiamide persistence and efficiency in two Irish grassland soils. Soil Use and Management. 31: p. 367-374.

108. Chen, Z., W. Ding, Y. Xu, C. Müller, T. Rütting, H. Yu, J. Fan, J. Zhang, and T. Zhu, (2015) Importance of heterotrophic nitrification and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in a cropland soil: Evidences from a 15N tracing study to literature synthesis. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 91: p. 65-75.

107. Cheng, Y., J. Wang, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and S.-Q. Wang, (2015a) Mechanistic insights into the effects of N fertilizer application on N2O-emission pathways in acidic soil of a tea plantation. Plant and Soil. 389: p. 45-57.

106. Cheng, Y., J. Zhang, C. Müller, and S.-Q. Wang, (2015b) 15N tracing study to understand the N supply associated with organic amendments in a vineyard soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 51: p. 983-993.

105. Haider, G., H.-W. Koyro, F. Azam, D. Steffens, C. Müller, and C. Kammann, (2015) Biochar but not humic acid product amendment affected maize yields via improving plant-soil moisture relations. Plant and Soil. 395: p. 141-157.

104. Jiang, X., X. Xin, S. Li, J. Zhou, T. Zhu, C. Müller, Z. Cai, and A.L. Wright, (2015) Effects of Fe oxide on N transformations in subtropical acid soils. Scientific Reports. 5: p. 8615.

103. Kammann, C.I., H.-P. Schmidt, N. Messerschmidt, S. Linsel, D. Steffens, C. Müller, H.-W. Koyro, P. Conte, and J. Stephen, (2015) Plant growth improvement mediated by nitrate capture in cocomposted biochar. Scientific Reports. 5: p. 11080.

102. Keidel, L., C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, G. Moser, and C. Müller, (2015) Positive feedback of elevated CO2 on soil respiration in late autumn and winter. Biogeosciences. 12: p. 1257-1269.

101. Rex, D., S. Schimmelpfennig, A. Willems, G. Moser, C. Kammann, and C. Müller, (2015) Microbial community shifts 2.6 years after top dressing of Miscanthus biochar, hydrochar and feedstock on a temperate grassland site. Plant and Soil. 397: p. 261-271.

100. Schimmelpfennig, S., C. Kammann, G. Moser, L. Grünhage, and C. Müller, (2015) Changes in trace element and mineral contents of grasses and forbs following Miscanthus x giganteus feedstock, hydrochar and biochar application to temperate grassland. Grass and Forage Science. 70(4): p. 582-599.

99. Wang, J., B. Zhu, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015) Mechanisms of soil N dynamics following long-term application of organic fertilizers to subtropical rain-fed purple soil in China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 91: p. 222-231.

98. Xie, Y., J. Zhang, L. Meng, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015) Variations of soil N transformation and N2O emissions in tropical secondary forests along an aridity gradient. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15: p. 1538-1548.

97. Zhang, J., T. Lan, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015a) Dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) plays an important role in soil nitrogen conservation in neutral and alkaline but not acidic rice soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15: p. 523-531.

96. Zhang, J., C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015b) Heterotrophic nitrification of organic N and its contribution to nitrous oxide emissions in soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 84: p. 199-209.

95. Zhang, Y., F. Wang, J. Zhang, T. Zhu, C. Lin, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015c) Cattle manure and straw have contrasting effects on organic nitrogen mineralization pathways in a subtropical paddy soil. Acta Agriculturæ Scandinavica Section B,. 65: p. 619-628.

94. Zhang, Y., J. Zhang, T. Zhu, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015d) Effect of orchard age on soil nitrogen transformation in subtropical China and implications. Journal of Environmental Sciences-China. 34: p. 10-19.

93. Zhu, T., T. Meng, J. Zhang, W. Zhong, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2015) Fungi-dominant heterotrophic nitrification in a subtropical forest soil of China. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15: p. 705-709.

2014

92. Chen, Z., W. Ding, Y. Luo, H. Yu, Y. Xu, C. Müller, X. Xu, and T. Zhu, (2014) Nitrous oxide emissions from cultivated black soil: A case study in Northeast China and global estimates using empirical model. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 27: p. 1311-1326.

91. Dieterich, B., J. Finnan, T. Hochstrasser, and C. Müller, (2014) The greenhouse gas balance of a dairy farm as influenced by the uptake of biogas production. Bioenergy Research. 7: p. 95-109.

90. Ernfors, M., F.P. Brennan, R.G. Richards, K.L. McGeough, B.S. Griffiths, R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, L. Philippot, J. Grant, J. Minet, E. Moynihan, and C. Müller, (2014) The nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide increases mineralization immobilization turnover in slurry amended grassland soil. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge. 152: p. S137-S149.

89. McGeough, K.L., C. Müller, R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, M. Ernfors, E. Cahalan, and K.G. Richards, (2014) The effect of dicyandiamide addition to cattle slurry on soil gross N transformations at a grassland site in Northern Ireland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge. 152: p. S125-S136.

88. Müller, C. and E.K. Bünemann, (2014) A 33P tracing model for quantifying gross P transformation rates in soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 76: p. 218-226.

87. Müller, C. and T.J. Clough, (2014) Advances in understanding nitrogen flows and transformations: gaps and research pathways. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge. 152: p. S34-S44.

86. Müller, C., R.J. Laughlin, O. Spott, and T. Rütting, (2014) Quantification of N2O emission pathways via a 15N tracing model. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 72: p. 44-54.

85. Renou-Wilson, F., C. Barry, C. Müller, and D. Wilson, (2014) The impacts of drainage, nutrient status and management practice on the full carbon balance of grasslands on organic soils in a maritime temperate zone. Biogeosciences. 11: p. 4361-4379.

84. Schimmelpfennig, S., C. Müller, L. Grünhage, C. Koch, and C. Kammann, (2014) Biochar, hydrochar and uncarbonized feedstock application to permanent grassland - effects on greenhouse gas emissions and plant growth. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 191: p. 39-52.

83. Zhu, T., Q. Dang, J. Zhang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2014a) Reductive soil disinfestation (RSD) alters gross N transformation rates and reduces NO and N2O emissions in degraded vegetable soils. Plant and Soil. 382: p. 269-280.

82. Zhu, T., J. Zhang, T. Meng, Y. Zhang, J. Yang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2014b) Tea plantation destroys soil retention of NO3- and increases N2O emissions in subtropical China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 73: p. 106-114.

2013

81. lough, T.J., L.M. Condron, C. Kammann, and C. Müller, (2013a) A review of biochar and soil nitrogen dynamics. Agronomy Journal. 3(2): p. 275-293.

80. Clough, T.J., C. Müller, and R.J. Laughlin, (2013b) Using stable isotopes to follow excreta N dynamics and N2O emissions in animal production systems. Animal. 7: p. 418-426.

79. Inselsbacher, E., W. Wanek, J. Strauss, S. Zechmeister-Boltenstern, and C. Müller, (2013) A novel 15N tracer model reveals: Plant nitrate uptake governs nitrogen transformation rates in agricultural soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 57: p. 301-310.

78. Khalil, M.I., G. Kiely, P. O'Brien, and C. Müller, (2013a) Organic carbon stocks in agricultural soils in Ireland using combined empirical and GIS approaches. Geoderma. 193-194: p. 222-235.

77. Khalil, M.I., M. Richards, B. Osborne, M. Williams, and C. Müller, (2013b) Simulation and validation of greenhouse gas emissions and SOC stock changes in arable land using the ECOSSE model. Atmospheric Environment. 81: p. 616-624.

76. Wilson, D., C. Farrell, C. Müller, S. Hepp, and F. Renou-Wilson, (2013a) Rewetted industrial cutaway peatlands in western Ireland: a prime location for climate change mitigation? Mires and Peat. 11(1): p. 1-22.

75. Wilson, D., C. Müller, and F. Renou-Wilson, (2013b) Carbon gas fluxes from Irish peatlands: Current emissions and future trends. Irish Geography. 46(1-2): p. 1-23.

74. Zhang, J., Z. Cai, T.-b. Zhu, W.-y. Yang, and C. Müller, (2013a) Mechanisms for the retention of inorganic N in acidic forest soils of southern China. Scientific Reports. 3: p. 02342.

73. Zhang, J., T. Zhu, T. Meng, Y. Zhang, J. Yang, W. Yang, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2013b) Agricultural land use affects nitrate production and conservation in humid subtropical soils in China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 62: p. 107-114.

72. Zhang, Y., J. Zhang, T. Meng, T. Zhu, C. Müller, and Z. Cai, (2013c) Heterotrophic nitrification is the predominant NO3 production pathway in acid coniferous forest soil in subtropical China. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 49: p. 955-957.

2012

71. Augustenborg, C., S. Hepp, C. Kammann, D. Hagan, and C. Müller, (2012a) Biochar and Earthworm Effects on Soil Nitrous Oxide and Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(special Biochar issue): p. 1203-1209.

70. Augustenborg, C., L. McBennett, L. Connolly, U. Priegnitz, J. Finnan, and C. Müller, (2012b) Farmers' perspectives for the development of a bioenergy industry in Ireland. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 4: p. 597-610.

69. Busch, D., C. Kammann, L. Grünhage, and C. Müller, (2012) Simple biotoxicity tests for evaluation of carbonaceous soil additives: Establishment and reproducibility of four test procedures. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(special Biochar issue): p. 1023-1032.

68. Dieterich, B., J. Finnan, P.G.H. Frost, S. Gilkinson, and C. Müller, (2012) The extent of methane (CH4) emissions after fertilisation of grassland with digestate. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 48: p. 981-985.

67. Hochstrasser, T., G. Moser, C. Kammann, and C. Müller, (2012) Resilience of diverse grassland communities. Aspects of Applied Biology. 115: p. 141-146

66. Kammann, C., S. Ratering, C. Eckard, and C. Müller, (2012) Biochar and Hydrochar Effects on Greenhouse Gas (Carbon Dioxide, Nitrous Oxide, and Methane) Fluxes from Soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(special Biochar issue): p. 1052-1066.

65. Lenhart, K., M. Bunge, S. Ratering, T.R. Neu, I. Schüttmann, M. Greule, C. Kammann, S. Schnell, C. Müller, H. Zorn, and F. Keppler, (2012) Evidence for methane production by saprotrophic fungi. Nature Communications. 3: p. 1046.

64. McGeough, K., R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, C. Müller, M. Ernfors, E. Cahalan, and K.G. Richards, (2012) The effect of cattle slurry in combination with nitrate and the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide on in situ nitrous oxide and dinitrogen emissions. Biogeosciences. 9: p. 4909-4919.

63. Straelens, J., T. Rütting, D. Huygens, A. De Schrijver, C. Müller, K. Verheyen, and P. Boeckx, (2012) In situ gross nitrogen transformations differ between temperate deciduous and coniferous forest soils. Biogeochemistry. 108: p. 259-277.

62. Zhang, J., T. Zhu, Z. Cai, Q. Shengwu, and C. Müller, (2012) Effects of long-term repeated mineral and organic fertilizer applications on soil gross nitrogen transformations. European Journal of Soil Science. 63: p. 75-85.

2011

61. Richards, K., M. Ernfors, E. Cahalan, D. Selbie, E. Minet, S. Dennis, C.J. Watson, R.J. Laughlin, K.L. McGeough, C. Müller, D. Rooney, K.C. Cameron, M.I. Khalil, D. Hennessy, S.T.J. Lalor, and J. Murphy, (2011) The use of inhibitors to reduce nitrogen losses to the environment. TResearch. 6(2): p. 12-13.

60. Zhu, T., J. Zhang, Z. Cai, and C. Müller, (2011) The N transformation mechanisms for rapid nitrate accumulation in soils under intensive vegetable cultivation. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 11: p. 1178-1189.

59. Willems, A. B., Augustenborg, C. A., Hepp, S., Lanigan, G., Hochstrasser, T., Kammann, C., Müller, C. (2011) Carbon dioxide emissions form spring ploughing of grassland in Ireland. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 144, 347-151

58. Regan, K., Kammann, C., Hartung, K., Lenhart, K., Müller, C., Philippot, L., Kandeler, E., Marhan, S. (2011) Can differences in microbial abundances help explain enhanced N2O emissions in a permanent grassland under elevated atmospheric CO2? Global Change Biology 17, 3176-3186. DOI

57. Abbasi, M. K., and Müller, C. (2011). Trace gas fluxes of CO2, CH4 and N2O in a permanent grassland soil exposed to elevated CO2 in the Giessen FACE study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 11, 4199-4227. DOI

56. Meade, G., Pierce, K., O'Doherty, J. V., Müller, C., Lanigan, G., and Mc Cabe, T. (2011). Ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions following land application of high and low nitrogen pig manures to winter wheat at three growth stages. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 140, 208-217. DOI

55. Müller, C., Laughlin, R. J., Christie, P., and Watson, C. J. (2011). Effects of repeated fertilizer and slurry applications over 38 years on N dynamics in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43, 1362-1371. DOI

54. Rütting, T., Boeckx, P., Müller, C., and Klemedtsson, L. (2011a). Assessment of the importance of dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium for the terrestrial nitrogen cycle. Biogeosciences Discussion 8, 1169-1196. DOI

53. Rütting, T., Huygens, D., Straelens, J., Müller, C., and Boeckx, P. (2011b). Advances in 15N-tracing experiments: new labelling and data analysis approaches. Biochemical Society Transactions 39, 279-283. DOI

52. Straelens, J., Rütting, T., Huygens, D., De Schrijver, A., Müller, C., Verheyen, K., and Boeckx, P. (2011). In situ gross nitrogen transformations differ between temperate deciduous and coniferous forest soils. Biogeochemistry. DOI

51. Zhang, J., Müller, C., Zhu, T., Chen, Y., and Cai, Z. (2011a). Heterotrophic nitrification is the predominant NO3- production mechanism in coniferous but not broad-leaf acid forest soil in subtropical China. Biology and Fertility of Soils 47, 533-542. DOI

50. Zhang, J., et al. (2011) Nitrogen cycling in forest soils across climate gradients in Eastern China. Plant and Soil. in press. DOI

49. Straelens, J., et al. (2011) In situ gross nitrogen transformations differ between temperate deciduous and coniferous forest soils. Biogeochemistry. in press. DOI

48. Rütting, T., et al. (2011) Advances in 15N-tracing experiments: new labelling and data analysis approaches. Biochemical Society Transactions. 39: 279-283. DOI

2010

47. Rütting, T., et al. (2010) Ten years of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide alters soil nitrogen transformations in a sheep-grazed pasture. Global Change Biology. 16: 2530-2542. DOI

46. Gleeson, D.E., et al. (2010) Response of ammonia oxidizing archaea and bacteria to changing water filled pore space. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42: 1888-1891. DOI

45. Stange, C.F., O. Dilly, and C. Müller (2009) An inverse abundance approach to separate soil N pools and gaseous N fluxes into fractions related to ammonium, NO3- and soil organic nitrogen. European Journal of Soil Science. 60: 907-915. DOI

2009

44. Müller, C., et al. (2009) Effect of elevated CO2 on soil N dynamics in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41: 1996-2001. DOI

43. Laughlin, R.J., et al. (2009) Effect of acetate on soil respiration, N2O emissions and gross N transformations related to fungi and bacteria in a grassland soil. Applied Soil Ecology. 42(1): 25-30. DOI

42. Kool, D.M., et al. (2009) Oxygen exchange between nitrogen oxides and H2O can occur during nitrifier pathways. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41: 1632-1641. DOI

41. Kammann, C., et al. (2009) Stimulation of methane consumption by endogenous CH4 production in aerobic grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41: 622-629. DOI

2008

40. Rütting, T. and C. Müller (2008) Process-specific analysis of nitrite dynamics in a permanent grassland soil by using a Monte Carlo sampling technique. European Journal of Soil Science. 59: 208-215. DOI

39. Rütting, T., et al. (2008) Functional role of DNRA and nitrite reduction in a pristine south Chilean Nothofagus forest. Biogeochemistry. 90: 243-258. DOI

38. Laughlin, R.J., et al. (2008) Evidence that fungi can oxidize NH4+ to NO3- in a grassland soil. European Journal of Soil Science. 59: 285-291. DOI

37. Kammann, C., et al. (2008) Elevated CO2 stimulates N2O emissions in permanent grassland. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 40: 2194-2205. DOI

36. Huygens, D., et al. (2008) Mechanisms for retention of bioavailable nitrogen in volcanic rainforest soils. Nature Geoscience. 1: 543-548. DOI

35. Dieterich, B., et al. (2008) State and development of bioenergy in the Republic of Ireland. Aspects of Applied Biology. 90: 27-34.

2007

34. Rütting, T. and C. Müller (2007) 15N tracing models with a Monte Carlo optimization procedure provide new insights on gross N transformations in soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 39(9): 2351-2361. DOI

33. Pahlich, E., C. Müller, and H.-J. Jäger (2007) New insights into the dynamics of the glutathione – ascorbate redox system of plants. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality. 81: 110-120.

32. Müller, C., et al. (2007) Estimation of parameters in complex 15N tracing models by Monte Carlo sampling. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 39(3): 715-726. DOI
31. Huygens, D., et al. (2007) Soil nitrogen conservation mechanisms in a pristine south Chilean Nothofagus forest ecosystem. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 39(10): 2448-2458. DOI
30. Denef, K., et al. (2007) Community shifts and carbon translocation within metabolically-active rhizosphere microorganisms in grasslands under elevated CO2. Biogeosciences. 4: 769-779. DOI

29. Bondeau, A., et al. (2007) Modelling the role of agriculture for the 20th century global terrestrial carbon balance. Global Change Biology. 13: 679-706. DOI

2006

28. Müller, C., R.J. Stevens, and R.J. Laughlin (2006) Sources of nitrite in a permanent grassland soil. European Journal of Soil Science. 57: 337-343. DOI

27. Cookson, W.R., et al. (2006) Nitrogen dynamics in an Australian semi-arid grassland soil. Ecology. 87(8): 2047-2057.

2005

26. Müller, C., R.J. Stevens, and R.J. Laughlin (2005) Response to comments by Luxhøi et al. to the paper "A 15N tracing model to analyse N transformations…". Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 37(5): 1007-1008. DOI

25. Bräuning, H., et al. (2005) Changes of the redox status of glutathione and ascorbate in leaves and apoplast of Phaseolus vulgaris cultivars under ozone stres. Phyton. 45(3): 279-293.

24. Azam, F. and C. Müller (2005) Effect of 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate on some microbial processes in soil. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 8(4): 606-613. DOI

2004

23. Stehfest, E. and C. Müller (2004) Simulation of N2O emissions from a urine-affected pasture in New Zealand with the ecosystem model DayCent. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109(D3): D03109, DOI

22. Ryan, M., et al. (2004) The use of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) to simulate N2O emissions from a temperate grassland ecosystem. Ecological Modelling. 175(2): 189-194. DOI

21. Müller, C., et al. (2004) Microbial processes and the site of N2O production in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 36(3): 453-461. DOI

20. Müller, C., R.J. Stevens, and R.J. Laughlin (2004) A 15N tracing model to analyse N transformations in old grassland soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 36(4): 619-632. DOI

19. Müller, C. and R.R. Sherlock (2004) Nitrous oxide emissions from temperate grassland ecosystems in the northern and southern hemispheres. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18: GB1045 DOI

18. Müller, C., et al. (2004) Soil respiratory quotient determined via barometric process separation combined with nitrogen-15 labeling. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 68(5): 1610-1615. DOI

2003

17. Müller, C., et al. (2003) Ammonium immobilisation during chloroform fumigation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 35(5): 651-665. DOI

16. Müller, C., R.J. Stevens, and R.J. Laughlin (2003) Evidence of carbon stimulated N transformations in grassland soil after slurry application. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 35(2): 285-293. DOI

15. Müller, C., et al. (2003) Nitrous oxide emission from frozen grassland soil and during thawing periods. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde. 166(1): 46-53. DOI

14. Müller, C. (2003) Plants affect the in situ N2O emissions of a temperate grassland ecosystem. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde. 166(6): 771-773. DOI

13. Jäger, H.-J., et al. (2003) The University of Giessen Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Study: Description of the experimental site and of a new enrichment system. Journal of Applied Botany. 77(6): 117-127.              

12. Azam, F. and C. Müller (2003) Effect of sodium chloride on denitrification in glucose amended soil treated with ammonium and nitrate nitrogen. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde. 166(5): 594-600. DOI

2002

11. Müller, C., et al. (2002) The nitrification inhibitor DMPP had no effect on denitrifying enzyme activity. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 34(11): 1825-1827. DOI

10. Müller, C., et al. (2002) Processes leading to N2O emissions in grassland soil during freezing and thawing. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 34(9): 1325-1331. DOI

9. Azam, F., et al. (2002) Nitrification and denitrification as sources of atmospheric nitrous oxide - role of oxidizable carbon and applied nitrogen. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 35(1): 54-61. DOI

2001

8. Clough, T.J., et al. (2001) Resolution of the 15N balance enigma? Australian Journal of Soil Research. 39: 1419-1431.

7. Azam, F., et al. (2001) Release, movement and recovery of 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP), ammonium, and nitrate from stabilized nitrogen fertilizer granules in a silty clay soil under laboratory conditions. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 34(2): 118-125. DOI

1998

6. Müller, C., R.R. Sherlock, and P.H. Williams (1998) Field method to determine N2O emission from nitrification and denitrification. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 28(1): 51-55. DOI

5. Kammann, C., et al. (1998) Seasonal variability and mitigation options for N2O emissions from differently managed grasslands. Environmental Pollution. 102(S1): 179-186. DOI

1997

4. Müller, C., R.R. Sherlock, and P.H. Williams (1997) Mechanistic model for N2O emission via nitrification and denitrification. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 24(2): 231-238. DOI

3. Khan, R.Z., C. Müller, and S.G. Sommer (1997) Micrometeorological mass balance technique for measuring CH4 emission from stored cattle slurry. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 24(4): 442-444. DOI

1992

2. Müller, C. (1992) Eine "Kaktee" unter den Fuchsien. Gartenpraxis. 18(9): 58-59.

1991

1. Müller, C. and H. Dapper (1991) Eine Pflanze für Liebhaber: Fuchsia lycioides. Zierpflanzenbau. 17: 660-664.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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