Peer-reviewed articles


  1. Veenstra, J., Coquet, Y.,Melot, R., & Walter, C. (2024). A Europeanstakeholder survey on soil science skills for sustainable agriculture. European Journal of SoilScience,75(2), e13449.
  2. A. Oberson, K.A. Jarosch, E. Frossard, A. Hammelehle, A. Fliessbach, P. Mäder, J. Mayer. 2024. Higher than expected: Nitrogen flows, budgets, and use efficiencies over 35 years of organic and conventional cropping. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Volume 362, 108802.
  3. Rastislav Skalský, Gabriela Barančíková, Jarmila Makovníková, Štefan Koco, Ján Halas, Jozef Kobza. 2024.  Regional topsoil organic carbon content in the agricultural soils of Slovakia and its drivers, as revealed by the most recent national soil monitoring data. Environmental Challenges, Volume 14, 2024,100816.
  4. Tristan Senga Kiessé, Blandine Lemercier, Michael S. Corson, Yosra Ellili-Bargaoui, Jihad Afassi, Christian Walter. 2024. Assessing dependence between soil ecosystem services as a function of weather and soil: Application of vine copula modeling. Environmental Modelling & Software, Volume 172, 105920.
  5. Ringeval, B., Demay, J., Goll, D.S. et al. 2024. A global dataset on phosphorus in agricultural soils. Sci Data 11, 17 (2024).
  6. Sierra, C. A., Ahrens, B., Bolinder, M.A., Braakhekke, M. C., von Fromm, S., Kätterer, T., Luo, Z.,Parvin, N., & Wang, G. (2024). Carbon sequestration in the subsoil and the time required to stabilize carbon for climatechange mitigation. Global Change Biology, 30, e17153.
  7. Elmar M. Schmaltz, Lisbeth L. Johannsen, Martin Hvarregaard Thorsøe, Mika Tähtikarhu, Timo A. Räsänen, Frédéric Darboux, Peter Strauss. 2024. Connectivity elements and mitigation measures in policy-relevant soil erosion models: A survey across Europe. CATENA, Volume 234, 107600.
  8. Slepetiene, A.; Kadziene, G.; Suproniene, S.; Skersiene, A.; Auskalniene, O. 2024. The Content and Stratification of SOC and Its Humified Fractions Using Different Soil Tillage and Inter-Cropping. Sustainability, 16, 953.
  9. Weninger, T. G.,  Asins, S., O'Sullivan, L., Assennato, F., Astover, A., Bispo, A., Boruvka, L., Buttafuoco, G., Calzolari, C., Castanheira, N., Cousin, I., van den Elsen, E., Foldal, C., Hessel, R., Kadziuliene, Z., Kukk, L., Molina, M.J., Montagne, D., Oorts, K., Pindral, S., Ungaro, F., Klimkowicz-Pawlas, A. 2024. Do we speak one language on the way to sustainable soil management in Europe? A terminology check via an EU-wide survey. European Journal of Soil Science. 75:e13476 (1-15).
  10. Heller, O; Bene, CD; Nino, P; Huyghebaert, B; Arlauskiene, A; Castanheira, NL; Higgins, S; Horel, A; Kir, A; Kizekova, M; Lacoste, M; Munkholm, LJ; O'Sullivan, L; Radzikowski, P; Rodríguez-Cruz, MS; Sandén, T; Sarunaite, L; Seidel, F; Spiegel, H; Stalenga, J; Uusi-Kämppae, J; Vervuurt, W; Keller, T; Vanwindekens, F. 2024. Towards enhanced adoption of soil-improving management practices in Europe. European Journal of Soil Science, e13483. (1-17).
  11. Paz, AM; Castanheira, N; Miloczki, J; Carrasco, M; Vicente, C; Carranca, C; Goncalves, MC; Mihelic, R; Visser, S; Keesstra, S; Chenu, C. 2024. Collected knowledge on the impacts of agricultural soil management practices in Europe. European Journal of Soil Science, e13468, (1-17).
  12. Meurer, KHE; Hendriks, CMJ; Faber, JH; Kuikman, PJ; van Egmond, F; Garland, G; Putku, E; Barancikova, G; Makovnikova, J; Chenu, C; Herrmann, AM; Bispo, A. 2024. How does national SOC monitoring on agricultural soils align with the EU strategies? An example using five case studies. European Journal of Soil Science e13477, (1-20).
  13. Mason, E; Gascuel-Odoux, C; Aldrian, U; Sun, H; Miloczki, J; Götzinger, S; Burton, VJ; Rienks, F; Di Lonardo, S; Sandén, T. 2024. Participatory soil citizen science: An unexploited resource for European soil research. European Journal of Soil Science e13470, (1-17).
  14. Paz, MC; Castanheira, NL; Paz, AM; Gonçalves, MC; Santos, FM; Farzamian, M. 2024. Comparison of Electromagnetic Induction and Electrical Resistivity Tomography in Assessing Soil Salinity: Insights from Four Plots with Distinct Soil Salinity Levels. Land13(3), 295. 
  15. Kiessé, TS; Lemercier, B; Corson, MS; Ellili-Bargaoui, Y; Afassi, J; Walter, C. 2024. Assessing dependence between soil ecosystem services as a function of weather and soil: Application of vine copula modeling. Environmental Modelling &Software, 172, 105920.
  16. Oberholzer, S; Herrmann, C; Bodenhausen, N; Krause, HM; Mestrot, A; Speranza, CI; Jarosch, KA. 2024. No effect on biological or chemical soil properties when amended with effective microorganisms for improved cover crop decomposition. Applied Soil Ecology, 197, 105358.
  17. Kätterer, T; Bolinder, MA. 2024. Response of maize yield to changes in soil organic matter in a Swedish long-term experiment. European Journal of Soil Science e13482, (1-18).
  18. Ferretti, G; Rosinger, C; -Pines, ED; Faccini, B; Coltorti, M; Keiblinger, KM. 2024. Soil quality increases with long-term chabazite-zeolite tuff amendments in arable and perennial cropping systems. Journal of Environmental Management,354, 120303.
  19. Bölscher, T; Vogel, C; Olagoke, FK; Meurer, KHE; Herrmann, AM; Colombi, T; Brunn, M; Domeignoz-Horta, LA. 2024. Beyond growth: The significance of non-growth anabolism for microbial carbon-use efficiency in the light of soil carbon stabilisation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 193, 109400.
  20. Sacca, ML; Francesco, C; Enrico, C; Flavio, F. 2024. Fungal β-glucosidase gene and corresponding enzyme activity are positively related to soil organic carbon in unmanaged woody plantations. Soil Ecology Letters, (6), 240238.
  21. Budai, AE; Rasse, DP; Cottis, T; Joner, EJ; Martinsen, V; O'Toole, A; Riley, H; Rivedal, S; Sturite, I; Sogaard, G; Weldon, S; Opstad, S. 2024. Qualitative evaluation of nine agricultural methods for increasing soil carbon storage in Norway. European Journal of Soil Science e13493, (1-21).
  22. Manici, LM; Caputo, F; De Sabata, D; Fornasier, F. 2024. The enzyme patterns of Ascomycota and Basidiomycota fungi reveal their different functions in soil. Applied Soil Ecology, 196, 105323.
  23. Manici, LM; Caputo, F; Fornasier, F; Paletto, A; Ceotto, E; De Meo, I. 2024. Ascomycota and Basidiomycota fungal phyla as indicators of land use efficiency for soil organic carbon accrual with woody plantations. Ecological Indicators, 160, 111796.
  24. Siles, JA; de la Rosa, JM; González-Pérez, JA; Fernández-Pérez, V; García-Díaz, C; Moreno, JL; García, C; Bastida, F. 2024. Long-term restoration with organic amendments is clearer evidenced by soil organic matter composition than by changes in microbial taxonomy and functionality. Applied Soil Ecology, 198, 105383.
  25. Bazzi, H; Baghdadi, N; Nino, P; Napoli, R; Najem, S; Zribi, M; Vaudour, E. 2024. Retrieving Soil Moisture from Sentinel-1: Limitations over Certain Crops and Sensitivity to the First Soil Thin Layer. Water16(1), 40.
  26. Rathnayake, D; Schmidt, HP; Leifeld, J; Bürge, D; Bucheli, TD; Hagemann, N. 2024. Quantifying soil organic carbon after biochar application: how to avoid (the risk of) counting CDR twice?. Frontiers in Climate, 6:1343516
  27. Dencsö, M; Tóth, E; Zsigmond, T; Saliga, R; Horel, A. 2024. Grass cover and shallow tillage inter-row soil cultivation affecting CO 2 and N 2 O emissions in a sloping vineyard in upland Balaton, Hungary. Geoderma Regional, 37: e0079.
  28. Calone, R; Fiore, A; Pellis, G; Cayuela, ML; Mongiano, G; Lagomarsino, A; Bregaglio, S. 2024. A fuzzy logic evaluation of synergies and trade-offs between agricultural production and climate change mitigation. Journal of Cleaner Production, 442: 140878.
  29. ​​​​​​​Tampio, E; Laaksonen, I; Rimhanen, K; Honkala, N; Laakso, J; Soinne, H; Rasa, K. 2024. Effect of manure co-digestion on methane production, carbon retention, and fertilizer value of digestate. Science of The Total Environment,  927: 172083.


  1. Vanino, S.; Pirelli, T.; Di Bene, C.; Bøe, F.; Castanheira, N.; Chenu, C.; Cornu, S.; Feiza, V.; Fornara, D.; Heller, O.; Kasparinskis, R.; Keesstra, S.; Lasorella, M.V.; Madenoğlu, S.; Meurer, K.H.E.; O'Sullivan, L.; Peter, N.; Piccini, C.; Siebielec, G.; Smreczak, B.; Thorsøe, M.H.; Farina, R. Barriers and opportunities of soil knowledge to address soil challenges: Stakeholders’ perspectives across Europe. Journal of Environmental Management, 2023, Volume 325, Part B, 2023, 116581, ISSN 0301-4797.
  2. Layla M. San-Emeterio, Nicasio T. Jiménez-Morillo, Ignacio M. Pérez-Ramos, María T. Domínguez, José A. González-Pérez. 2023. Changes in soil organic matter molecular structure after five-years mimicking climate change scenarios in a Mediterranean savannah. Science of the Total Environment 857.
  3. Tadiello, T., Acutis, M., Perego, A., Schillaci, C., & Valkama, E. 2023. Soil organic carbon under conservation agriculture in Mediterranean and humid subtropical climates: Global meta-analysis. European Journal of Soil Science, 74(1), e13338.
  4. Blanchy, G., Bragato, G., Di Bene, C., Jarvis, N., Larsbo, M., Meurer, K., Garre, S. 2023. Soil and crop management practices and the water regulation functions of soils: a qualitative synthesis of meta-analyses relevant to European agriculture. SOIL, 9, 1–20, 2023  
  5. Bamiere, L; Bellassen, V; Angers, D; Cardinael, R; Ceschia, E; Chenu, C; Constantin, J; Delame, N; Diallo, A; Graux, AI; Houot, S; Klumpp, K; Launay, C; Letort, E; Martin, R; Meziere, D; Mosnier, C; Rechauchere, O; Schiavo, M; Therond, O; Pellerin, S. 2023. A marginal abatement cost curve for climate change mitigation by additional carbon storage in French agricultural land.
  6. Tao, F; Palousuo, T; Lehtonen, A; Heikkinen, J; & Mäkipää, R. 2023. Soil organic carbon sequestration potential for croplands in Finland over 2021–2040 under the interactive impacts of climate change and agricultural management. Agricultural Systems, Volume 209, 2023, 103671, ISSN 0308-521X,
  7. Fohrafellner, J., Zechmeister-Boltenstern, S., Murugan, R., and Valkama, E. 2023. Quality assessment of meta-analyses on soil organic carbon, SOIL, 9, 117–140,
  8. Blanchy, G., Albrecht, L., Koestel, J., and Garré, S. 2023. Potential of natural language processing for metadata extraction from environmental scientific publications, SOIL, 9, 155–168.
  9. Trinchera, A.; Warren Raffa, D. 2023. Weeds: An Insidious Enemy or a Tool to Boost Mycorrhization in Cropping Systems? Microorganisms, 11, 334.
  10. Vašát, R; Vacek, O. & Borůvka, L. 2023. Studying the spatial structure of pedodiversity (Shannon's entropy) as related to the land area – An example from Czechia, Geoderma Regional, Volume 32, e00607, ISSN 2352-0094.
  11. Räsänen, T. A; Tähtikarhu, M; Uusi-Kämppä, J; Piirainen, S. &Turtola, E. 2023. Evaluation of RUSLE and spatial assessment of agricultural soil erosion in Finland, Geoderma Regional, Volume 32, e00610, ISSN 2352-0094.
  12. Blanchy, G., Bragato, G., Di Bene, C., Jarvis, N., Larsbo, M., Meurer, K., and Garré, S. 2023. Soil and crop management practices and the water regulation functions of soils: a qualitative synthesis of meta-analyses relevant to European agriculture, SOIL, 9, 1–20.
  13. Cornu, S., Keesstra, S.,Bispo, A., Fantappie, M., van Egmond, F.,Smreczak, B., Wawer, R., Pavlu ̊, L., Sobocka, J.,Bakacsi, Z., Farkas-Ivanyi, K., Molnar, S., Møller,A. B., Madenoglu, S., Feiziene, D., Oorts, K.,Schneider, F., da Conceiç ̃ao Gonçalves, M., Mano,R.,...Chenu, C. (2023). National soil data in EUcountries, where do we stand? European Journal ofSoil Science,74(4), e13398. 
  14. Eloise Mason a, Sophie Cornu b, Claire Chenu . 2023. Stakeholders’ point of view on access to soil knowledge in France. What are the opportunities for further improvement? Geoderma Regional Volume 35, December 2023, e00716.
  15. Keesstra, S. D., Chenu,C., Munkholm, L. J., Cornu, S., Kuikman, P. J.,Thorsøe, M. H., Besse-Lototskaya, A., & Visser,S. M. (2024). European agricultural soilmanagement: Towards climate-smart andsustainability, knowledge needs and researchapproaches. European Journal of Soil Science,75(1), e13437. of 24KEESSTRAET AL.
  16. Julia Fohrafellner, Sophie Zechmeister-Boltenstern, Rajasekaran Murugan, Katharina Keiblinger, Heide Spiegel, Elena Valkama. 2023.  Meta-analysis protocol on the effects of cover crops on pool specific soil organic carbon. MethodsX11 (2023) 102411.
  17. Blanchy, G., D’Hose, T., Donmez, C., Hoffmann, C., Makoschitz, L., Murugan, R., O’Sullivan, L., Sandén, T., Spiegel, H., Svoboda, N., Zechmeister-Boltenstern, S., & Klumpp, K. 2023. An open-source metadataset of running European mid- and long-term agricultural field experiments. Soil Use and Management, 40, e12978.
  18. Rodrigues, L., Budai, A.,Elsgaard, L., Hardy, B., Keel, S. G., Mondini, C.,Plaza, C., & Leifeld, J. 2023. The importance ofbiochar quality and pyrolysis yield for soil carbonsequestration in practice. European Journal of SoilScience,74(4), e13396.
  19. Don, A., Seidel, F., Leifeld, J.,Kätterer, T., Martin, M., Pellerin, S., Emde, D., Seitz, D., &Chenu, C. 2023. Carbon sequestration in soils and climate change mitigation—Definitions and pitfalls. Global Change Biology, 30, e16983.
  20. Begill, N., Don, A., & Poeplau, C. (2023). No detectable upper limit of mineral-associated organic carbon in temperate agricultural soils. Global Change Biology, 29, 4662–4669.
  21. Heinemann, H., Hirte, J., Seidel, F. et al. 2023. Increasing root biomass derived carbon input to agricultural soils by genotype selection – a reviewPlant Soil 490, 19–30.
  22. Ukalska-Jaruga, A.; Bejger, R.; Smreczak, B.; Weber, J.; Mielnik, L.; Jerzykiewicz, M.; ´ Cwiel ˛ ag-Piasecka, I.; Jamroz, E.; Debicka, M.; Kocowicz, A.; et al. 2023. The Interaction of Pesticides with Humin Fractions and Their Potential Impact on Non-Extractable Residue Formation. Molecules, 28, 7146.
  23. Higgins, S., Keesstra,S. D., Kadziuliene,ˇZ., Jordan-Meille, L., Wall, D.,Trinchera, A., Spiegel, H., Sandén, T., Baumgarten,A., Jensen, J. L., Hirte, J., Liebisch, F., Klages, S.,Löw, P., Kuka, K., De Boever, M., D'Haene, K.,Madenoglu, S., Özcan, H.,...Chenu, C. 2023. Stocktake study of current fertilisationrecommendations across Europe and discussiontowards a more harmonised approach. EuropeanJournal of Soil Science,74(5), e13422.
  24. Martin Hvarregaard ThorsøeSaskia KeesstraMaarten De BoeverKristina BuchováFrederik BøeNádia L. CastanheiraClaire ChenuSophie CornuAxel DonJulia FohrafellnerRoberta FarinaDario FornaraMaria da Conceição GonçalvesMorten GraversgaardOlivier HellerErich InselsbacherAnna JacobsSara MavsarKatharina H. E. MeurerRok MiheličLilian O'SullivanMansonia Pulido-MoncadaGreet RuysschaertMichal SvičekMika TähtikarhuSilvia VaninoWieke VervuurtSophie Zechmeister-BoltensternLars Juhl Munkholm et. al. 2023. Sustainable soil management: Soil knowledge use and gaps in Europe. European Journal of Soil Science. Volume74, Issue 6 November–December 2023 e13439.
  25. F. Castaldi, M.H. Koparan, J. Wetterlind, R. Žydelis, I. Vinci, A.Ö. Savaş, C. Kıvrak, T. Tunçay, J. Volungevičius, S. Obber, et al. 2023. Assessing the capability of sentinel-2 time-series to estimate soil organic carbon and clay content at local scale in croplands. ISPRS J. Photogrammetry Remote Sens., 199, pp. 40-60.
  26. Lionel Jordan-MeillePascal DenoroyKlaus DittertThibaut CugnonMiguel QuemadaDavid WallLuca BechiniSimone MarxOene OenemaArjan ReijneveldFrank LiebischKhady DiedhiouFrancesca DeganSuzanne Higgins et al. 2023. Comparison of Nitrogen Fertiliser Recommendations of Different West European Countries. European Journal of Soil Science. Volume74, Issue 6.November–December 2023, e13436.
  27. Fontaine, S., Abbadie, L., Aubert, M.,Barot, S., Bloor, J. M. G., Derrien, D., Duchene, O., Gross, N.,Henneron, L., Le Roux, X., Loeuille, N., Michel, J., Recous, S.,Wipf, D., & Alvarez, G. 2023. Plant–soil synchrony innutrient cycles: Learning from ecosystems to designsustainable agrosystems. Global Change Biology, 30, e17034.
  28. Mockeviˇ cien˙ e, I.; Karˇ causkien˙ e, D.; Repšien˙ e, R.  2023.The Response of Retisol’s Carbon Storage Potential to Various Organic Matter Inputs. Sustainability, 15, 11495.
  29. Johannes Hugenschmidt, Sonja Kay. 2023. Unmasking adaption of tree root structure in agroforestry Systems in Switzerland using GPR. Geoderma Regional Volume 34, September 2023, e00659.
  30. Harbo, L. S., Olesen,J. E., Lemming, C., Christensen, B. T., & Elsgaard,L. 2023. Limitations of farm management data inanalyses of decadal changes in SOC stocks in theDanish soil-monitoring network. European Journal of Soil Science,74(3), e13379.
  31. Zhi Liang, Jim Rasmussen, Christopher Poeplau, Lars Elsgaard. 2023. Priming effects decrease with the quantity of cover crop residues – Potential implications for soil carbon sequestration.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry Volume 184, September 2023, 109110
  32. De la Rosa, J.M.; Pérez-Dalí, S.M.; Campos, P.; Sánchez-Martín, Á.; González Pérez, J.A.; Miller, A.Z. Suitability of Volcanic Ash, Rice Husk Ash, Green Compost and Biochar as Amendments for a Mediterranean Alkaline Soil. Agronomy 2023, 13, 1097.
  33. Tripolskaja, L.; Kazlauskaite-Jadzevice, A.; Razukas, A. Organic Carbon, Nitrogen Accumulation and Nitrogen Leaching as Affected by Legume Crop Residues on Sandy Loam in the Eastern Baltic Region. Plants 2023, 12, 2478.
  34. Metzger, K., Liebisch, F.,Herrera, J. M., Guillaume, T., Walder, F., & Bragazza,L. 2023. The use of visible and near- infraredspectroscopy for in- situ characterization ofagricultural soil fertility: A proposition of bestpractice by comparing scanning positions andspectrometers. Soil Use and Management, 40, e12952.
  35. EyalBen Dor, Amihai Granot, Rony Wallach, Nicolas Francos, Daniela HellerPearlstein, Bar Efrati, Luboš Borůvka , Asa Gholizadeh, Thomas Schmid. 2023.  Exploitation of the SoilPRO® (SP) apparatus to measure soil surface reflectance in the field: Five case studies. Geoderma Volume 438, October 2023, 116636
  36. Maëlys Cadel, Isabelle Cousin, Olivier Therond. 2023.  Relationships between soil ecosystem services in temperate annual field crops: A systematic reviewScience of The Total Environment,Volume 902, 1 December 2023, 165930.
  37. Urbina-Salazar, D.; Vaudour, E.; Richer-de-Forges, A.C.; Chen, S.; Martelet, G.; Baghdadi, N.; Arrouays, D. 2023. Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-1 Bare Soil Temporal Mosaics of 6-Year Periods for Soil Organic Carbon Content Mapping in Central France. Remote Sens., 15, 2410.
  38. Zayani, H.; Fouad, Y.; Michot, D.; Kassouk, Z.; Baghdadi, N.; Vaudour, E.; Lili-Chabaane, Z.; Walter, C. 2023. Using Machine-Learning Algorithms to Predict Soil Organic Carbon Content from Combined Remote Sensing Imagery and Laboratory Vis-NIR Spectral Datasets. Remote Sens., 15, 4264.
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  52. Radim Vašát, Oldřich Vacek, Luboš Borůvka. 2023. Studying the spatial structure of pedodiversity (Shannon?s entropy) as related to the land area-An example from Czechia. Geoderma Regional, Volume 32, March 2023, e00607.
  53. N. Khan, N. Bolan, S. Jospeh, M.T.L. Anh, M. Sebastian, K. Rai, B. Nils, M.A. Sánchez-Monedero, J. Keiji, Z.M. Solaiman, A.A. Alrajhi, B. Sarkat et al. 2023. Chapter 1. Complementing compost with biochar for agriculture, soil remediation and climate mitigation. D.L. Sparks (Ed.), Advances in Agronomy, . Academic Press Inc., (2023), pp. 1-90
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  55. Nicolas Francos, Daniela Heller-Pearlshtien, José A. M. Demattê, Bas Van Wesemael, Robert Milewski, Sabine Chabrillat, Nikolaos Tziolas, Adrian Sanz Diaz, María Julia Yagüe Ballester, Asa Gholizadeh, Eyal Ben-Dor, "A Spectral Transfer Function to Harmonize Existing Soil Spectral Libraries Generated by Different Protocols", Applied and Environmental Soil Science, vol. 2023, Article ID 4155390, 17 pages, 2023.
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