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Paul Mäder mainly focuses on Agronomy, Organic farming, Soil biology, Crop rotation and Soil quality. His study looks at the relationship between Agronomy and topics such as Glomus, which overlap with Mycorrhiza. The concepts of his Organic farming study are interwoven with issues in Fertilizer, Soil water, Soil fertility, Intensive farming and Nitrous oxide.
His Intensive farming research includes themes of Soil biodiversity and Agroforestry. His Soil biology study combines topics in areas such as Organic matter and Tillage. His Crop rotation research includes elements of Biomass and Soil pH.
His primary areas of study are Agronomy, Organic farming, Soil quality, Soil water and Tillage. Paul Mäder has included themes like Soil biology, Nutrient and Soil fertility in his Agronomy study. His studies in Organic farming integrate themes in fields like Agroforestry, Cultivar, Crop yield and Intensive farming.
Paul Mäder combines subjects such as Organic matter, Soil carbon, Soil functions, Topsoil and Soil management with his study of Soil quality. His Soil water study deals with Greenhouse gas intersecting with Nitrous oxide. His Tillage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in No-till farming, Weed control and Plough.
Paul Mäder mostly deals with Soil quality, Agronomy, Agriculture, Soil water and Tillage. His work carried out in the field of Soil quality brings together such families of science as Organic matter, Crop, Soil functions, Nutrient cycle and Soil management. His research in Agronomy intersects with topics in Cropping and Topsoil.
His study in Organic farming and Arable land is done as part of Agriculture. In his research on the topic of Organic farming, Loam, Soil retrogression and degradation and Soil fertility is strongly related with Plough. His work in the fields of Soil water, such as Soil organic matter and Mineralization, intersects with other areas such as Glomalin.
Soil quality, Agronomy, Tillage, Soil water and Organic farming are his primary areas of study. His Soil quality study incorporates themes from Compost, Crop, Soil functions, Soil structure and Soil management. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil carbon and Rhizobacteria.
His biological study deals with issues like Topsoil, which deal with fields such as Plough. Paul Mäder works mostly in the field of Soil water, limiting it down to topics relating to Biomass and, in certain cases, Lactuca, Archaea, Human fertilization and Rhizosphere, as a part of the same area of interest. His Organic farming study contributes to a more complete understanding of Agriculture.
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Soil Fertility and Biodiversity in Organic Farming
Paul Mäder;Andreas Fliessbach;David Dubois;Lucie Gunst.
Soil quality – A critical review
Else K. Bünemann;Giulia Bongiorno;Giulia Bongiorno;Zhanguo Bai;Rachel E. Creamer.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2018)
Impact of land use intensity on the species diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in agroecosystems of Central Europe
Fritz Oehl;Ewald Sieverding;Kurt Ineichen;Paul Mäder.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003)
Distinct soil microbial diversity under long-term organic and conventional farming
Martin Hartmann;Beat Frey;Jochen Mayer;Paul Mäder.
The ISME Journal (2015)
Soil organic matter and biological soil quality indicators after 21 years of organic and conventional farming
Andreas Fließbach;Hans-Rudolf Oberholzer;Lucie Gunst;Paul Mäder.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2007)
Impact of long-term conventional and organic farming on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Fritz Oehl;Ewald Sieverding;Paul Mäder;David Dubois.
Enhanced top soil carbon stocks under organic farming
Andreas Gattinger;Adrian Müller;Matthias Haeni;Matthias Haeni;Collin Skinner.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Long-term organic farming fosters below and aboveground biota: Implications for soil quality, biological control and productivity
Klaus Birkhofer;T. Martijn Bezemer;Jaap Bloem;Michael Bonkowski.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2008)
Communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in arable soils are not necessarily low in diversity
Isabelle Hijri;Zuzana Sýkorová;Fritz Oehl;Kurt Ineichen.
Molecular Ecology (2006)
Arbuscular mycorrhizae in a long-term field trial comparing low-input (organic, biological) and high-input (conventional) farming systems in a crop rotation
Paul Mäder;Stephan Edenhofer;Thomas Boller;Andres Wiemken.
Biology and Fertility of Soils (2000)
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