2017 - VZJ Reviewer-Editor's Citation of Excellence Award, American Society of Agronomy
Andrea Carminati spends much of her time researching Soil water, Agronomy, Water content, Bulk soil and Water flow. Her research on Soil water often connects related topics like Root system. Andrea Carminati performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Agronomy and Water uptake via her papers.
Her Bulk soil research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydraulic conductivity and Mucilage. Her study explores the link between Hydraulic conductivity and topics such as Water retention that cross with problems in Nutrient. Andrea Carminati studies Water retention curve which is a part of Soil science.
Soil water, Mucilage, Agronomy, Soil science and Water uptake are her primary areas of study. Her Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Horticulture and Water content. Her research in Water content intersects with topics in Water retention and Water retention curve.
As part of the same scientific family, Andrea Carminati usually focuses on Mucilage, concentrating on Bulk soil and intersecting with Nutrient. The Agronomy study combines topics in areas such as Plant physiology and Transpiration. Her study focuses on the intersection of Soil science and fields such as Root system with connections in the field of Hydrology.
Her main research concerns Soil water, Transpiration, Agronomy, Hydraulics and Water potential. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry and Scale. Her Transpiration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydraulic conductivity, Soil drying, Zea mays and Xylem.
Her Agronomy study also includes
Andrea Carminati spends much of her time researching Soil water, Water potential, Soil science, Water content and Transpiration. Her Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Biological system, Agronomy and Scale. Her studies deal with areas such as Soil management and Amorphous silica as well as Agronomy.
The Hydraulic redistribution research Andrea Carminati does as part of her general Soil science study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Neutron imaging, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Andrea Carminati regularly ties together related areas like Botany in her Water content studies. Her Transpiration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydraulic conductivity, Plant traits, Hydraulics and Xylem.
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Dynamics of soil water content in the rhizosphere
Andrea Carminati;Ahmad B. Moradi;Doris Vetterlein;Peter Vontobel.
Plant and Soil (2010)
Three-dimensional visualization and quantification of water content in the rhizosphere
Ahmad B. Moradi;Andrea Carminati;Doris Vetterlein;Peter Vontobel.
New Phytologist (2011)
Plasticity of rhizosphere hydraulic properties as a key for efficient utilization of scarce resources.
Andrea Carminati;Doris Vetterlein.
Annals of Botany (2013)
Quantitative Imaging of Infiltration, Root Growth, and Root Water Uptake via Neutron Radiography
Sascha E. Oswald;Sascha E. Oswald;Manoj Menon;Manoj Menon;Andrea Carminati;Peter Vontobel.
Vadose Zone Journal (2008)
When Roots Lose Contact
Andrea Carminati;Doris Vetterlein;Ulrich Weller;Hans-Jörg Vogel.
Vadose Zone Journal (2009)
The holistic rhizosphere: integrating zones, processes, and semantics in the soil influenced by roots
Larry M. York;Andrea Carminati;Sacha J. Mooney;Karl Ritz.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2016)
Unsaturated water flow across soil aggregate contacts
A. Carminati;A. Kaestner;P. Lehmann;H. Flühler.
Advances in Water Resources (2008)
Investigation of water imbibition in porous stone by thermal neutron radiography
R Hassanein;H O Meyer;A Carminati;M Estermann.
Journal of Physics D (2006)
Is the Rhizosphere Temporarily Water Repellent
Ahmad B. Moradi;Andrea Carminati;Axel Lamparter;Susanne K. Woche.
Vadose Zone Journal (2012)
Soil zymography – A novel in situ method for mapping distribution of enzyme activity in soil
Marie Spohn;Andrea Carminati;Yakov Kuzyakov.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2013)
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