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[FZJ-2017-05580] Dataset
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A global data set of soil hydraulic properties and sub-grid variability of soil water retention and hydraulic conductivity curves, link to model result files in NetCDF format, supplement to: Montzka, Carsten; Herbst, Michael; Weihermüller, Lutz; Verhoef, Anne; Vereecken, Harry (2017): A global data set of soil hydraulic properties and sub-grid variability of soil water retention and hydraulic conductivity curves. Earth System Science Data 9(2), 529-543
PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science, (2017) [10.1594/PANGAEA.870605]
Climate and numerical weather prediction models, re-analyses, as well as agroecosystem models, require adequate parameter values for soil hydraulic properties (describing e.g. the shape of the soil water retention and hydraulic conductivity curves) at the global scale. [...]

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OpenAccess [FZJ-2017-04965] Dataset
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Elemental composition of natural nanoparticles and fine colloids in European forest stream waters and their role as phosphorus carriers
Biogeochemical cycling of elements largely occurs in dissolved state, but many elements may also be bound to natural nanoparticles (NNP, 1–100 nm) and fine colloids (100 450 nm). We examined the hypothesis that the size and composition of stream water NNP and colloids vary systematically across Europe. [...]
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OpenAccess [FZJ-2017-01950] Dataset
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Colloid-bound and dissolved phosphorus species in topsoil water extracts along a grassland transect from Cambisol to Stagnosol
Phosphorus (P) species in colloidal and “dissolved” soil fractions may have different distributions. To understand which P species are potentially involved, we obtained water extracts from the surface soils of a gradient 5 from Cambisol, Stagnic Cambisol to Stagnosol from temperate grassland in Germany. [...]
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[FZJ-2015-01408] Dataset
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Datasets on fee-based Open Access publishing across German Institutions
Bielefeld University, (2014) [10.4119/UNIBI/UB.2014.18]
Damit das kostenpflichtige Publizieren in Open-Access-Zeitschriften für alle transparent und nachvollziehbar ist, haben sich Betreiber von Publikationsfonds entschieden, ihre Preisinformationen als Open Data frei verfügbar und nutzbar zu machen. Gemeinsames Ziel ist es, die geleisteten Open-Access-Publikationsgebühren der Hochschulen und außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen in Deutschland umfassend zu dokumentieren..

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