Markus Egli mostly deals with Soil water, Weathering, Soil organic matter, Mineralogy and Soil science. His work on Soil water is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Hydrology. His study in Weathering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chronosequence, Pedogenesis, Soil production function and Clay minerals.
His studies deal with areas such as Environmental chemistry, Soil chemistry and Topsoil as well as Soil organic matter. He usually deals with Mineralogy and limits it to topics linked to Podzol and Chlorite, Subalpine forest and Cambisol. Markus Egli focuses mostly in the field of Soil science, narrowing it down to matters related to Alpine climate and, in some cases, Temperate climate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Weathering, Soil science, Physical geography and Soil organic matter. He has included themes like Environmental chemistry and Hydrology, Erosion in his Soil water study. His research in Weathering intersects with topics in Clay minerals, Mineralogy and Soil production function, Pedogenesis.
His study looks at the relationship between Mineralogy and topics such as Podzol, which overlap with Cambisol. His work carried out in the field of Physical geography brings together such families of science as Deglaciation, Holocene and Vegetation. His Soil organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Organic matter, Vegetation type and Charcoal.
Markus Egli mainly focuses on Physical geography, Soil water, Erosion, Denudation and Holocene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glacial period, Geomorphological mapping and Chronology. His study on Soil water is covered under Soil science.
His Erosion research includes elements of Climate change, Sediment and Vegetation. As a part of the same scientific family, Markus Egli mostly works in the field of Holocene, focusing on Glacier and, on occasion, Stadial, Deglaciation and Younger Dryas. His Bedrock research focuses on subjects like Soil production function, which are linked to Topsoil.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil science, Physical geography, Holocene, Denudation and Soil water. When carried out as part of a general Soil science research project, his work on Soil production function and Topsoil is frequently linked to work in Redistribution and Tracing, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Soil production function research incorporates elements of Landslide, Infiltration and Weathering.
His research integrates issues of Soil organic matter, Plant community and Calcareous in his study of Topsoil. In his study, Stadial, Deglaciation and Younger Dryas is inextricably linked to Glacier, which falls within the broad field of Holocene. His work on Soil depth as part of general Soil water research is often related to Slope angle, thus linking different fields of science.
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Germination, Genetics, and Growth of an Ancient Date Seed
Sarah Sallon;Elaine Solowey;Yuval Cohen;Raia Korchinsky.
Weathering and evolution of soils formed on granitic, glacial deposits: results from chronosequences of Swiss alpine environments
M Egli;P Fitze;A Mirabella.
Plant succession and soil development on the foreland of the Morteratsch glacier (Pontresina, Switzerland) : straight forward or chaotic?
Conradin A. Burga;Bertil Krüsi;Markus Egli;Michael Wernli.
Long-term cropping systems and tillage management effects on soil organic carbon stock and steady state level of C sequestration rates in a semiarid environment
V. Barbera;I. Poma;L. Gristina;A. Novara.
Land Degradation & Development (2012)
Weathering rates as a function of climate: results from a climosequence of the Val Genova (Trentino, Italian Alps)
M. Egli;A. Mirabella;G. Sartori;P. Fitze.
Formulation of pedologic mass balance based on immobile elements: a revision.
M. Egli;P. Fitze.
Soil Science (2000)
Effect of north and south exposure on weathering rates and clay mineral formation in Alpine soils
Markus Egli;Aldo Mirabella;Giacomo Sartori;Remo Zanelli.
Initial stages of weathering and soil formation in the Morteratsch proglacial area (Upper Engadine, Switzerland)
Christian Mavris;Markus Egli;Michael Plötze;Joel D. Blum.
Long-Term Tillage and Cropping System Effects on Chemical and Biochemical Characteristics of Soil Organic Matter in a Mediterranean Semiarid Environment
Vito Armando Laudicina;Agata Novara;Vito Barbera;Markus Egli.
Land Degradation & Development (2015)
The role of climate and vegetation in weathering and clay mineral formation in late Quaternary soils of the Swiss and Italian Alps
Markus Egli;Aldo Mirabella;Giacomo Sartori.
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