2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in France Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Biology and Biochemistry in France Leader Award
Cornelia Rumpel focuses on Soil organic matter, Organic matter, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Soil horizon. Her Soil organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Carbon sequestration, Soil carbon, Carbon cycle and Agronomy. Her Organic matter research incorporates themes from Podzol, Cambisol, Mineralogy, Topsoil and Subsoil.
Her Soil water research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Total organic carbon and Fraction. She interconnects Botany, Charcoal, Chemical composition, Lignin and Organic chemistry in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. Her Soil horizon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hydrolysis, Pedogenesis and Litter.
Cornelia Rumpel mainly focuses on Soil organic matter, Organic matter, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Agronomy. The concepts of her Soil organic matter study are interwoven with issues in Soil biology, Soil carbon, Soil chemistry and Soil horizon. Her Organic matter study incorporates themes from Humus, Cambisol, Topsoil, Subsoil and Bulk soil.
She studied Soil water and Carbon that intersect with Biomass. The various areas that she examines in her Environmental chemistry study include Biochar, Charcoal, Chemical composition, Mineralogy and Lignin. Cornelia Rumpel combines subjects such as Carbon cycle and Litter with her study of Soil science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Soil carbon, Soil organic matter and Organic matter. Her research integrates issues of Carbon, Total organic carbon, Particulates and Biochar in her study of Soil water. Her Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomass, Fractionation and Montmorillonite.
Cornelia Rumpel focuses mostly in the field of Soil carbon, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental protection and, in some cases, Agriculture and Climate change. Soil organic matter is a primary field of her research addressed under Soil science. Her studies deal with areas such as Soil biology, Ecosystem, Topsoil, Eisenia andrei and Biogeochemistry as well as Organic matter.
Her primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Biochar, Soil carbon, Soil organic matter and Food security. Her studies in Soil water integrate themes in fields like Carbon sequestration, Carbon, Total organic carbon and Groundwater. Her work in Total organic carbon covers topics such as Agronomy which are related to areas like Soil science and Ecosystem.
The Biochar study combines topics in areas such as Ecology, Pollution, Charcoal, Fractionation and Environmental chemistry. Her work deals with themes such as Characterization, Organic matter, Earth science and Ecosystem services, which intersect with Soil organic matter. Organic matter and Trichoderma harzianum are two areas of study in which Cornelia Rumpel engages in interdisciplinary work.
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Stability of organic carbon in deep soil layers controlled by fresh carbon supply
Sébastien Fontaine;Sébastien Barot;Pierre Barré;Nadia Bdioui.
Is soil carbon mostly root carbon? Mechanisms for a specific stabilisation
Daniel P. Rasse;Cornelia Rumpel;Marie-France Dignac.
Plant and Soil (2005)
Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle
Cornelia Rumpel;Ingrid Kögel-Knabner.
Plant and Soil (2011)
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire-derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
Karen Hammes;Michael W.I. Schmidt;Ronald J. Smernik;Lloyd A. Currie.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2007)
Global change pressures on soils from land use and management.
Pete Smith;Joanna Isobel House;Mercedes Bustamante;Jaroslava Sobocká.
Global Change Biology (2016)
Fate of lignins in soils: A review
Mathieu Thevenot;Marie-France Dignac;Cornelia Rumpel.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2010)
Stabilisation of soil organic matter by interactions with minerals as revealed by mineral dissolution and oxidative degradation
Karin Eusterhues;Cornelia Rumpel;Markus Kleber;Ingrid Kögel-Knabner.
Organic Geochemistry (2003)
Vertical distribution, age, and chemical composition of organic carbon in two forest soils of different pedogenesis
C Rumpel;I Kögel-Knabner;F Bruhn.
Organic Geochemistry (2002)
Biogeochemical cycles and biodiversity as key drivers of ecosystem services provided by soils
P. Smith;M. F. Cotrufo;C. Rumpel;K. Paustian.
Soil Discussions (2015)
Stabilization of organic matter by soil minerals — investigations of density and particle‐size fractions from two acid forest soils
Klaus Kaiser;Karin Eusterhues;Cornelia Rumpel;Georg Guggenberger.
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science (2002)
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