Paul Mäder
Paul Mäder
Head Department of Soil Sciences, FiBL Switzerland
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Soil fertility and biodiversity in organic farming
P Mäder, A Fliessbach, D Dubois, L Gunst, P Fried, U Niggli
Science 296 (5573), 1694-1697, 2002
Soil quality–A critical review
EK Bünemann, G Bongiorno, Z Bai, RE Creamer, G De Deyn, ...
Soil biology and biochemistry 120, 105-125, 2018
Distinct soil microbial diversity under long-term organic and conventional farming
M Hartmann, B Frey, J Mayer, P Mäder, F Widmer
The ISME journal 9 (5), 1177-1194, 2015
Impact of land use intensity on the species diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in agroecosystems of Central Europe
F Oehl, E Sieverding, K Ineichen, P Mäder, T Boller, A Wiemken
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (5), 2816-2824, 2003
Soil organic matter and biological soil quality indicators after 21 years of organic and conventional farming
A Fließbach, HR Oberholzer, L Gunst, P Mäder
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 118 (1-4), 273-284, 2007
Enhanced top soil carbon stocks under organic farming
A Gattinger, A Muller, M Haeni, C Skinner, A Fliessbach, N Buchmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (44), 18226-18231, 2012
Impact of long-term conventional and organic farming on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
F Oehl, E Sieverding, P Mäder, D Dubois, K Ineichen, T Boller, ...
Oecologia 138, 574-583, 2004
Long-term organic farming fosters below and aboveground biota: Implications for soil quality, biological control and productivity
K Birkhofer, TM Bezemer, J Bloem, M Bonkowski, S Christensen, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (9), 2297-2308, 2008
Organic farming enhances soil microbial abundance and activity—A meta-analysis and meta-regression
M Lori, S Symnaczik, P Mäder, G De Deyn, A Gattinger
PloS one 12 (7), e0180442, 2017
Communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in arable soils are not necessarily low in diversity
I Hijri, Z Sýkorová, F Oehl, K Ineichen, P Mäder, A Wiemken, D Redecker
Molecular ecology 15 (8), 2277-2289, 2006
Arbuscular mycorrhizae in a long-term field trial comparing low-input (organic, biological) and high-input (conventional) farming systems in a crop rotation
P Mäder, S Edenhofer, T Boller, A Wiemken, U Niggli
Biology and fertility of Soils 31, 150-156, 2000
Effects of agricultural management practices on soil quality: A review of long-term experiments for Europe and China
Z Bai, T Caspari, MR Gonzalez, NH Batjes, P Mäder, EK Bünemann, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 265, 1-7, 2018
Sensitivity of labile carbon fractions to tillage and organic matter management and their potential as comprehensive soil quality indicators across pedoclimatic conditions in …
G Bongiorno, EK Bünemann, CU Oguejiofor, J Meier, G Gort, R Comans, ...
Ecological Indicators 99, 38-50, 2019
Microbial biomass and size-density fractions differ between soils of organic and conventional agricultural systems
A Fließbach, P MaÈder
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32 (6), 757-768, 2000
Improving crop yield and nutrient use efficiency via biofertilization—A global meta-analysis
L Schütz, A Gattinger, M Meier, A Müller, T Boller, P Mäder, N Mathimaran
Frontiers in plant science 8, 2204, 2018
Crop yield and soil fertility response to reduced tillage under organic management
A Berner, I Hildermann, A Fliessbach, L Pfiffner, U Niggli, P Mäder
Soil and Tillage Research 101 (1-2), 89-96, 2008
Inoculation of root microorganisms for sustainable wheat–rice and wheat–black gram rotations in India
P Mäder, F Kaiser, A Adholeya, R Singh, HS Uppal, AK Sharma, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (3), 609-619, 2011
Greenhouse gas fluxes from agricultural soils under organic and non-organic management—A global meta-analysis
C Skinner, A Gattinger, A Muller, P Mäder, A Flieβbach, M Stolze, R Ruser, ...
Science of the total environment 468, 553-563, 2014
Wheat quality in organic and conventional farming: results of a 21 year field experiment
P Mäder, D Hahn, D Dubois, L Gunst, T Alföldi, H Bergmann, M Oehme, ...
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87 (10), 1826-1835, 2007
Does organic agriculture reduce soil erodibility? The results of a long-term field study on loess in Switzerland
S Siegrist, D Schaub, L Pfiffner, P Mäder
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 69 (3), 253-264, 1998
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