1998 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
His main research concerns Soil water, Soil acidification, Environmental chemistry, Ecosystem and Hydrology. His Soil water research focuses on Soil organic matter in particular. The Soil acidification study combines topics in areas such as Stemflow, Agronomy and Acid rain.
While the research belongs to areas of Environmental chemistry, N. van Breemen spends his time largely on the problem of Weathering, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Pedogenesis and Spodic soil. His work deals with themes such as Peat, Pedology and Ecological succession, which intersect with Ecosystem. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Woodland, Eutrophication, Deposition and Leaching.
Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Soil science and Agronomy are his primary areas of study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Soil water, Pedogenesis is strongly linked to Weathering. The various areas that N. van Breemen examines in his Environmental chemistry study include Soil pH, Nitrification, Leaching and Acid rain.
His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Total organic carbon and Deposition. His Soil science research integrates issues from Climate change and Plant litter. His study in the field of Paddy field also crosses realms of Scots pine.
N. van Breemen mainly investigates Soil water, Ecology, Hydrology, Agronomy and Methane. N. van Breemen has researched Soil water in several fields, including Denitrification, Nitrogen cycle and Weathering. In general Ecology study, his work on Soil chemistry often relates to the realm of Natural, Kwazulu natal and Vegetation, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Hydrology research includes themes of Shrub, Deposition, Arid and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Carbon dioxide. His Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil biology, Soil quality and Soil structure. N. van Breemen interconnects Agroforestry, Agriculture, Climate change, Downscaling and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Methane.
His primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Soil organic matter, Agronomy, Organic matter and Fertilizer. Soil water is a subfield of Soil science that N. van Breemen studies. The concepts of his Soil organic matter study are interwoven with issues in Soil quality, Soil structure, Earthworm, Soil management and Loam.
He combines subjects such as Biomass, Dry season, Methane and Greenhouse gas with his study of Agronomy. N. van Breemen has researched Organic matter in several fields, including Mineralogy, Kaolinite, Clay minerals and Suess effect, Isotopes of carbon. His study in Fertilizer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deposition, Drainage basin, Hydrology, Nitrogen cycle and Denitrification.
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Soil acidification from atmospheric ammonium sulphate in forest canopy throughfall
N. van Breemen;P. A. Burrough;E. J. Velthorst;H. F. van Dobben.
Acidification and alkalinization of soils
N. van Breemen;J. Mulder;C. T. Driscoll.
Plant and Soil (1983)
Acidic deposition and internal proton sources in acidification of soils and waters
N. van Breemen;C. T. Driscoll;J. Mulder.
The podzolization process. A review
Ulla Lundström;N. van Breemen;D. C. Bain.
A. G. Jongmans;N. van Breemen;U. Lundström;P. A. W. van Hees.
Where did all the nitrogen go? Fate of nitrogen inputs to large watersheds in the northeastern U.S.A.
N. Van Breemen;E.W. Boyer;Christine Goodale;Norbert Jaworski.
Ecosystem effects of atmospheric deposition of nitrogen in The Netherlands.
N. van Breemen;H.F.G. van Dijk.
Environmental Pollution (1988)
Plant-soil interactions: ecological aspects and evolutionary implications
N. van Breemen;A.C. Finzi.
Depletion of soil aluminium by acid deposition and implications for acid neutralization.
J. Mulder;N. van Breemen;H. C. Eijck.
Advances in understanding the podzolization process resulting from a multidisciplinary study of three coniferous forest soils in the Nordic Countries
U.S. Lundström;N. van Breemen;D.C. Bain;P.A.W. van Hees.
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