Literatuur

Een selectie van literatuur die mede tot stand is gekomen door experimenten in het bodemfysisch laboratorium van Wageningen University & Research.

  • Bakker, G., M. Heinen, J.G. Wesseling, W.J.M. de Groot, F.B.T. Assinck, E.W.J. Hummelink, 2015. Bodemfysische gegevens in BIS.
    Wageningen, Alterra Wageningen UR, Alterra-rapport 2613.
  • Bakker, G., M. Heinen, J.G. Wesseling, W.J.M. de Groot, F.B.T. Assinck, E.W.J. Hummelink, 2017. Bodemhydrofysische gegevens in BRO en BIS - Update 2016. Wageningen, Wageningen Environmental Research, Rapport 2789.
  • Bernard R. Voortman, Ruud P. Bartholomeus, Peter M. van Bodegom, Harm Gooren, Sjoerd E. A. T. M. van der Zee, Jan-Philip M. Witte, 2014. Unsaturated hydraulic properties of xerophilous mosses: towards implementation of moss covered soils in hydrological models. Nieuwegein, KWR Watercycle Research Institute, Hydrological Processes 12/2014; 28(26):6251-6264. DOI:10.1002/hyp.10111
  • Durigon, A., H.P.A. Gooren, Q. de Jong van Lier, K. Metselaar,2011. Measuring HydraulicConductivity to Wilting Point Using Polymer Tensiometers inan Evaporation Experiment. Wageningen, Wageningen University, Vadose Zone Journal10:1–6.
  • Elsen, H.G.M. van den, C.J. Ritsema, M. Seeger, and S.D.Keesstra, 2014. Averaging Performance of Capacitance and Time
    Domain Reflectometry Sensors in NonuniformWetted Sand Profiles. Wageningen, Wageningen University and Research Centre, VadoseZone Journal.
  • Jeffery, S., M.B.J. Meinders, C.R. Stoof. M. Bezemer, T.F.J. van de Voorde, L. Mommer, J. van Groenigen, 2015. Biochar
    application does not improve the soil hydrological function of a sandy soil. Wageningen, Wageningen University, Geoderma 251–252: 47–54.
  • Huerta Lwanga, E., H. Gertsen, H. Gooren, P. Peters, T. Salanki, M. van der Ploeg, E. Besseling, A.A. Koelmans, V. Geissen, 2016. Microplastics in the terrestrial ecosystem: Implications for Lumbricus
    terrestris (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae). Environmental Science
    & Technology 50: 2685-2691.
  • Porre, R.J., J.W. van Groenigen, G.B. De Deyn, R.G.M. de Goede, I.M. Lubbers, 2016. Exploring the relationship between soil mesofauna,
    soil structure and N2O emissions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 96: 55-64.
  • Stoof, C. R., E. C. Slingerland, W. Mol, van den J. Berg,P. J. Vermeulen, A. J. D. Ferreira, C. J. Ritsema, J.Y. Parlange, and T. S.Steenhuis, 2014. Preferential flow as a potential mechanism for fire inducedincrease in streamflow. Wageningen, Wageningen University, Water ResourcesResearch 50, no. 2: 1840-1845.
  • Stoof, C.R. Stoof, A.J.D. Ferreira, W. Mol, J. Van den Berg, A. De Kort, S. Drooger, E.C. Slingerland, A.U. Mansholt, C.S.S. Ferreira, C.J. Ritsema, 2015. Soil surface changes increase runoff and erosion
    risk after a low–moderate severity fire. Ithaca, Cornell University, Geoderma 239–240: 58–67.
  • Esperanza Huerta Lwanga,Hennie Gertsen, Harm Gooren,Piet Peters, Tamás Salánki, Martine van der Ploeg, Ellen Besseling, Albert
    A. Koelmans and Violette Geissen. Microplastics in the Terrestrial Ecosystem: Implications for Lumbricus terrestris (Oligochaeta,
    Lumbricidae).
  • Esperanza Huerta Lwanga, Hennie Gertsen, Harm Gooren,
    Piet Peters,Tamás Salánki, Martine van der Ploeg, Ellen Besseling,
    Albert A. Koelmans, Violette Geissen. Incorporation of microplastics from litter into burrows of Lumbricus Terrestris.