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Dr. Nicolai David Jablonowski

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Energy crop (Sida hermaphrodita) fertilization using digestate under marginal soil conditions: A dose-response experiment
Energy procedia -, - (2014) [10.1016/j.egypro.2014.10.358]  GO

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Biogas-digestate as nutrient source for biomass production of Sida hermaphrodita, Zea mays L. and Medicago sativa L.
Energy procedia -, - (2014) [10.1016/j.egypro.2014.10.357]  GO

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Energy crop (Sida hermaphorodita) fertilization using digestate under marginal soil conditions: A dose-response experiment
Geophysical research abstracts 16, 14000 (2014)  GO

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Priority effects of Time of Arrival of Plant Functional Groups Override Sowing Interval or Density Effects: A Grassland Experiment
PLoS one 9(1), e86906 - 1-11 (2014) [10.1371/journal.pone.0086906]  GO

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Biochar-Mediated [ 14 C]Atrazine Mineralization in Atrazine-Adapted Soils from Belgium and Brazil
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 61(3), 512 - 516 (2013) [10.1021/jf303957a]  GO

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Transfer of atrazine degradation capability to mineralize aged 14C-labeled atrazine residues in soils
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 61, 6161 - 6166 (2013) [10.1021/jf4010059]  GO

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Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in soil extracts investigated by FT-ICR-MS
Geophysical research abstracts: GRA 14, 13957 (2012)  GO

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Influence of alternating soil drying and wetting on the desorption and distribution of aged 14C-labeled pesticide residues in soil organic fractions
Geophysical research abstracts: GRA 14, 9673 (2012)  GO

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Long-term persistence of various 14C-labeled pesticides in soils
Environmental pollution 168, 29 - 36 (2012) [10.1016/j.envpol.2012.04.022]  GO

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The effect of chars and their water extractable organic carbon (WEOC) fractions on atrazine adsorption-desorption processes
Geophysical research abstracts 14, EGU2012 - 5941 (2012)  GO

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Dry-wet cycles increase pesticide residue release from soil
.. Environmental toxicology and chemistry 31, 1941 - 1947 (2012) [10.1002/etc.1851]  GO

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Release of aged 14C-atrazine residues from soil facilitated by dry-wet cycles
Geophysical research abstracts 14, 9514-1 (2012)  GO

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Still present after all these years: persistence plus potential toxicity raise questions about the use of atrazine
Environmental science and pollution research 18, 328 - 331 (2011) [10.1007/s11356-010-0431-y]  GO

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Metabolism and Persistence of Atrazine in Several Field Soils with Different Atrazine Application Histories
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 58, 12869 - 12877 (2010) [10.1021/jf103577j]  GO

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Accelerated Degradation of 14C-Atrazine in Brazilian Soils from Different Regions
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 58, 7864 - 7870 (2010) [10.1021/jf100549d]  GO

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Persistence of 14C-labeled atrazine and its residues on a field lysimeter soil after 22 years
Environmental pollution 157(7), 2126 - 2131 (2009) [10.1016/j.envpol.2009.02.004]  GO

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Bioaccessibility of environmentally Aged 14C-Atrazine Residues in an Agriculturally Used Soil and its Particle-Size Aggregates
Environmental Science & Technology 42(16), 5904 - 5910 (2008) [10.1021/es800196z]  GO

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Spatial Distribution and Characterization of Long-Term Aged 14C-Labeled Atrazine Residues in Soil
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 56(20), 9548 - 9554 (2008) [10.1021/jf8017832]  GO

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Still present after all these years: persistence plus potential toxicity raise questions about the use of atrazine
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 18 (2011) 328 – 331 [DOI 10.1007/s11356-010-0431-y]  GO

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Metabolism and Persistence of Atrazine in Several Field Soils with Different Atrazine Application Histories


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