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Glatzel S, Worrall F, Boothroyd IM, Heckman K. Comparison of the transformation of organic matter flux through a raised bog and a blanket bog. Biogeochemistry. 2024 Apr;167(4):443-459. doi: 10.1007/s10533-023-01093-0

Minasny B, Adetsu DV, Aitkenhead M, Artz RRE, Baggaley N, Barthelmes A et al. Mapping and monitoring peatland conditions from global to field scale. Biogeochemistry. 2024 Apr;167(4):383-425. doi: 10.1007/s10533-023-01084-1

Gios E, Verbruggen E, Audet J, Burns R, Butterbach-Bahl K, Espenberg M et al. Unraveling microbial processes involved in carbon and nitrogen cycling and greenhouse gas emissions in rewetted peatlands by molecular biology. Biogeochemistry. 2024 Apr;167(4):609-629. doi: 10.1007/s10533-024-01122-6

Fasching C, Boodoo K, Yao H, Rusak J, Xenopoulos MA. Role of lakes, flood, and low flow events in modifying catchment‐scale DOC: TN: TP stoichiometry and export. Water Resources Research. 2024 Mar;60(3):e2023WR034839. doi:

Schirpke U, Tasser E, Borsky S, Braun M, Eitzinger J, Gaube V et al. Past and future impacts of land-use changes on ecosystem services in Austria. Journal of Environmental Management. 2023 Nov 1;345:118728. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.118728

Müller R, Zahorka A, Holawe F, Glatzel S. Litter mixing leads to the formation of a common decomposition pattern in a bog ecosystem. 2023. EGU, General Assembly 2023, Wien, Austria. doi: 10.5194/egusphere-egu23-13256

Baur PA, Maier A, Zechmeister T, Glatzel S. Consequences of drying-out of Lake Neusiedl on the GHG budget of the reed belt. 2023. EGU, General Assembly 2023, Wien, Austria. doi: 10.5194/egusphere-egu23-7710

Glatzel S, Pühringer C, Bachner G, Lazowski W, Schwarz U. Auenstrategie Österreich 2030+. 2023.

Jetzinger D, Krenn-Leeb A, Lindinger V, Weßling R, Peresson M, Supper R et al. Is this settlement intersected by a ditch? A comparison between magnetic prospection data, ALS data, and archaeological and geological excavation results from the Early Bronze Age fortified hilltop settlement of Ratzersdorf, Lower Austria. In Wunderlich T, Hadler H, Blankenfeldt R, editors, Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection. Kiel: Kiel University Publishing. 2023. p. 143-147 doi: 10.38072/978-3-928794-83-1/p27

Gillespie LM, Triches NY, Abalos D, Finke P, Zechmeister-Boltenstern S, Glatzel S et al. Land inclination controls CO2 and N2O fluxes, but not CH4 uptake, in a temperate upland forest soil. SOIL. 2023;9(2):517-531. doi: 10.5194/soil-9-517-2023

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