Werner Borken mainly investigates Soil water, Soil science, Temperate forest, Water content and Soil horizon. His work on Soil water is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Hydrology. His study focuses on the intersection of Soil science and fields such as Agronomy with connections in the field of Soil organic matter.
His Water content research focuses on subjects like Throughfall, which are linked to Temperate climate. His biological study deals with issues like Carbon cycle, which deal with fields such as Spatial heterogeneity and Bulk density. His research in Soil respiration intersects with topics in Moisture and Soil carbon.
His primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Soil science, Agronomy, Environmental chemistry and Soil respiration. His Hydrology research extends to Soil water, which is thematically connected. As part of the same scientific family, Werner Borken usually focuses on Soil science, concentrating on Water content and intersecting with Soil biology.
The various areas that he examines in his Agronomy study include Fagus sylvatica, Botany, Temperate climate and Soil pH. Werner Borken usually deals with Environmental chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Subsoil and Litter. His study ties his expertise on Soil carbon together with the subject of Soil respiration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Peat, Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Botany and Ecology. His Peat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plant community, Permafrost and Earth science. His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Mycelial cord, Soil organic matter, Topsoil, Soil warming and Subsoil.
His Soil organic matter research is within the category of Soil science. His study in Soil water focuses on Mineralization in particular. His study in the field of Fagus sylvatica and Temperate climate also crosses realms of Rhizobiales.
Werner Borken spends much of his time researching Biomass, Botany, Root system, Temperate forest and Soil carbon. Werner Borken has included themes like Abundance, Acclimatization and Nutrient in his Biomass study. His is doing research in Temperate climate and Fagus sylvatica, both of which are found in Botany.
The concepts of his Root system study are interwoven with issues in Basal area, Soil water, Atmospheric sciences, Global warming and Subarctic climate. His work investigates the relationship between Temperate forest and topics such as Temperate rainforest that intersect with problems in Forest management. In his works, Werner Borken conducts interdisciplinary research on Soil carbon and Coarse woody debris.
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Reappraisal of drying and wetting effects on C and N mineralization and fluxes in soils.
Werner Borken;Egbert Matzner.
Global Change Biology (2009)
Do freeze-thaw events enhance C and N losses from soils of different ecosystems? A review
Egbert Matzner;Werner Borken.
European Journal of Soil Science (2008)
Effects of experimental drought on soil respiration and radiocarbon efflux from a temperate forest soil
Werner Borken;Werner Borken;Kathleen Savage;Eric A. Davidson;Susan E. Trumbore.
Global Change Biology (2006)
Drying and Wetting Effects on Carbon Dioxide Release from Organic Horizons
Werner Borken;Eric A. Davidson;Kathleen Savage;Julia B. Gaudinski.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2003)
Effect of summer throughfall exclusion, summer drought, and winter snow cover on methane fluxes in a temperate forest soil
Werner Borken;Werner Borken;Eric A. Davidson;Kathleen Savage;Eric T. Sundquist.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2006)
Vertical partitioning of CO2 production within a temperate forest soil: VERTICAL PARTITIONING OF CO2 PRODUCTION
Eric A. Davidson;Kathleen E. Savage;Susan E. Trumbore;Werner Borken.
Global Change Biology (2006)
Soil respiration under climate change: prolonged summer drought offsets soil warming effects
Andreas Schindlbacher;Steve Wunderlich;Werner Borken;Barbara Kitzler.
Global Change Biology (2012)
Vertical partitioning of CO2 production within a temperate forest soil
Eric A. Davidson;Kathleen E. Savage;Susan E. Trumbore;Werner Borken;Werner Borken.
Global Change Biology (2007)
Fine root foraging strategies in Norway spruce forests across a European climate gradient
Ivika Ostonen;Heljä-Sisko Helmisaari;Werner Borken;Leho Tedersoo;Leho Tedersoo.
Global Change Biology (2011)
Different atmospheric methane-oxidizing communities in European beech and Norway spruce soils.
Daniela M. Degelmann;Werner Borken;Harold L. Drake;Steffen Kolb.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2010)
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