Hamburger Bodenkundliche Arbeiten [Hamburg Soil Science Studies]
The "Hamburger Bodenkundliche Arbeiten" (HBA) [Hamburg Soil Science Studies] are a series for publishing of dissertations/PhD-theses, habilitation treatises and conference and other proceedings from the Institute of Soil Science of Universität Hamburg.
Beginning with volume 79 (2016) the series is released with a new cover design and is printed in colour. (The photograph above shows the previous cover design.)
Publisher and Orders
|Publisher:||Verein zur Förderung der Bodenkunde Hamburg
[Society for Promoting Soil Science Hamburg]
|Editorship:||Dr. Klaus Berger|
|Orders:||Directly to the publisher, see address on the right; outside of Europe prepayment is required.|
|Price:||€ 16,- per piece within Europe,
€ 18,- per piece outside of Europe,
€ 10,- per piece for volumes released 10 years ago or earlier
- For libraries and book stores: 5 %
- If you purchase any 10 volumes: 20 %
Discounts do not sum up; the highest discount applies.
All prices are final prices and include shipping.
This offer is valid while stocks last.
Volumes Released in English
Volumes until no. 78 are released with the previous cover design; volumes from no. 79 with new cover design.
A complete list including titles in German is available here.
- Heger, A. (2022) Process-based characterization of the soil carbon balance in hardwood floodplain forests of the lower middle Elbe River. 126 S.
- Spieckermann, M. (2021) Controls of Oxygen Consumption of Sediments in the Upper Elbe Estuary. 96 S.
- Kalinksi, K. (2021) Ecosystem services of urban floodplain soils under changing climate and water management. 160 S.
- Knoblauch, C. (2020) Microbial Carbon Dioxide and Methane Turnover in Soils of Different Ecosystems under a Changing Climate. VI+181 S.
- Schaaf-Titel, S. (2019) Water availability and soil growth conditions of roadside trees in Hamburg. 213 pp.
- Oing, K. (2019) Suitability of Processed Dredged Material from the Hamburg Harbor for Dike Construction. XIX + 183 pp.
- Landschreiber, L. (2019) Quantifying the effect of vegetation and land use on soil hydrological functioning along a regional transect in southern Africa - Case studies from the Okavango catchment -. VIII + 236 pp.
- Rößger, N. (2018) Scaling and balancing carbon fluxes in a heterogeneous tundra ecosystem of the Lena River Delta. XLVIII + 95 pp.
- Thomsen, S. (2018) Impact of soil water availability and local climate in urban environments on water use of mature pedunculate oaks (Quercus robur L.). XI + 129 pp + Appendix.
- Luther-Mosebach, J. (2017) Soil carbon stocks and dynamics in soils of the Okavango catchment. V + 113 pp.
- Eckhardt, T. (2017) Partitioning carbon fluxes in a permafrost landscape. 128 pp.
- Walz, J. (2017) Soil organic matter decomposition in permafrost-affected soils and sediments. 108 pp.
- Vybornova, O. (2017) Effect of re-wetting on greenhouse gas emissions from different microtopes in a cut-over bog in Northern Germany. XVIII + 130 pp.
- Geck, C. (2017) Temporal and spatial variability of soil gas transport parameters, soil gas composition and gas fluxes in methane oxidation systems. XXII + 166 pp.
- Holl, D. (2017) Carbon dioxide and methane balances of pristine and degraded temperate peatlands. Empirical modeling of eddy covariance trace gas fluxes measured over heterogeneous terrain. 139 pp.
- Beermann, F. (2016) Nutrient availability and limitation within soils of polygonal tundra in the Sakha Republic, Russian Federation. XIX + 133 pp.
- Suddapuli Hewage, R. P. (2016) Effect of charred digestate (biochar) and digestate on soil organic carbon and nutrients in temperate bioenergy crop production systems. xvi + 150 pp.
- Zschocke, A. (2015) Behavior of organic contaminants in permafrost-affected soils. XIV + 194 pp.
- Hansen, K. (2015) Ecosystem functions of tidal marsh soils of the Elbe estuary. XX + 161 pp.
- Röwer, I. (2014) Reduction of methane emissions from landfills: Processes, measures and monitoring strategies. 191 pp.
- Antcibor, I. (2014) Content, Distribution, and Translocation of Trace Elements in Permafrost-Affected Environments of the Siberian Arctic. XVIII + 167 pp.
- Vanselow-Algan, M. (2014) Impact of summer drought on greenhouse gas fluxes and nitrogen availability in a restored bog ecosystem with differing plant communities. VIII + 103 pp.
- Avagyan, A. (2013) Spatial variability and seasonal dynamics of dissolved organic matter in surface and soil pore waters in mire-forest landscapes in the Komi Republic, Northwest-Russia. XVII + 200 pp.
- Zubrzycki, pp. (2013) Organic Carbon Pools in Permafrost-Affected Soils of Siberian Arctic Regions. XVII + 166 pp.
- Preuss, I.-M. (2013) In-situ Studies of Microbial CH4 Oxidation Efficiency in Arctic Wetland Soils - Application of Stable Carbon Isotopes. XVIII + 129 pp.
- Wiesner, pp. (2013) Observing the impact of soils on local urban climate. X + 175 pp.
- Rachor, I. (2012) Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Methane Fluxes on Old Landfills: Processes and Emission Reduction Potential. XIII + 150 pp.
- Gebert, J. (2013) Microbial Oxidation of Methane Fluxes from Landfills. Habilitation treatise. 142 pp.
- Herpel, N. (2008) The Scale-Dependent Variability of Topsoil Properties Reflecting Ecosystem Patchiness in Drylands of Southern Africa. XX + 299 pp.
- Petersen, A. (2008) Pedodiversity of southern African Drylands. XIV + 374 pp. and appendix
- Awang Besar @ Raffie, N. (2007) The Effect of different Land Use on Carbon Sequestration in coastal Soils of the Nature Reserve "Katinger Watt", Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany. XVIII + 131 pp.
- Häfele, pp. M. (2001) Improved and sustainable nutrient management for irrigated rice-based cropping systems in West Africa. 241 pp.
- Singer, pp. (1993) The turnover of 14C labelled groundnut straw, soil organic matter dynamics, and CO2 evolution in an Alfisol and a Vertisol of semi-arid tropical India. 235 pp.
- Miehlich, G. (1991) Chronosequences of Volcanic Ash Soils. 207 pp.
- Pfeiffer, E.-M., Freytag, J., Scharpenseel, H.-W., Miehlich, G. & Vicente, V. (1988) Trace elements and heavy metals in soils and plants of the Southeast Asian metropolis Metro Manila and of some rice cultivation provinces in Luzon, Philippines. 264 pp.
- Breyer, J. (1986) The dry land of the Lower Boteti region in Northern Botswana and its suitability for traditional arable farming. 343 pp.
- Martin, U. (1985) Decomposition of uniformly 14C-labeled rice straw in a continuously flooded soil in the Philippines. 129 pp.