Publications of Gerd Gleixner

Book Chapter (15)

Book Chapter
Wirth, C.; Gleixner, G.; Heimann, M.: Old-Growth Forests: Function, Fate and Value - an Overview. In: Old-Growth Forests, Vol. 207, pp. 1 - 8 (Eds. Wirth, C.; Gleixner, G.; Heimann, M.). Springer, Berlin (2009)
Book Chapter
Gleixner, G.; Mügler, I.: Compound-specific hydrogen isotope ratios of biomarkers: tracing climatic changes in the past. In: Stable isotopes as indicators of ecological change, pp. 249 - 266 (Eds. Dawson, T. E.; Siegwolf, R. T. W.). Academic press, Oxford (2007)
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Gleixner, G.: Stable isotope composition of soil organic matter. In: Stable isotopes and biosphere-atmosphere interactions - Processes and biological, pp. 29 - 46 (Eds. Flanagan, L. B.; Ehleringer, B.; Pataki, D. E.). Elsevier, San Diego, USA (2005)
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Gleixner, G.; Kramer, C.; Hahn, V.; Sachse, D.: The effect of biodiversity on carbon storage in soils. In: Forest diversity and function: temperate and boreal systems, Vol. 176, pp. 165 - 183 (Eds. Scherer-Lorenzen, M.; Körner, C.; Schulze, E. D.). Springer, Berlin (2005)
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Rothe, J.; Gleixner, G.: Application of stable nitrogen isotopes to investigate food-web development in regenerating ecosystems. In: Assembly Rules and Restoration Ecology: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice, pp. 245 - 264 (Eds. Temperton, V.; Hobbs, R. J.; Nuttle, T.; Halle, S.). Island Press, Washington, D.C. (2004)
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Gleixner, G.; Kracht, O.; Schmidt, H.-L.; Schulze, E.-D.: Isotopic evidence for the origin and formation of refractory organic substances. In: Refractory organic substances (ROS) in the environment, pp. 146 - 162 (Eds. Frimmel, F. H.; Abbt-Braun, G.). Wiley, Weinheim (2002)
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Gleixner, G.; Czimczik, C. I.; Kramer, C.; Lühker, B.; Schmidt, M. W. I.: Plant compounds and their turnover and stability as soil organic matter. In: Global biogeochemical cycles in the climate system, pp. 201 - 215 (Eds. Schulze, E.-D.; Heimann, M.; Harrison, S. P.; Holland, E.; Lloyd, J. et al.). Academic Press, San Diego (2001)
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Gleixner, G.; Kracht, O.: Molecular processes in the humification of sphagnum moss in a peat profile. In: Unterstanding and managing organic matter in soils, sediments and waters, pp. 195 - 201 (Eds. Swift, S. S.; Spark, K. M.). International Humic Substance Society, St. Paul (2001)
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Gleixner, G.; Schmidt, H.-L.: On-line determination of group-specific isotope ratios in model compounds and aquatic humic substances by coupling pyrolysis to GC-C-IRMS. In: Nitrogen-containing macromolecules in the bio- and geosphere, Vol. 707, pp. 34 - 46 (Eds. Stankiewicz, B. A.; Van Bergen, P. F.). American Chemical Society (1998)
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Schmidt, H.-L.; Gleixner, G.: Isotopic patterns in natural compounds origin and importance in authenticity analysis. In: Natural product analysis, pp. 271 - 280 (Eds. Schreier, P.; Herderich, M.; Humpf, H. U.; Schwab, W.). Vieweg, Braunschweig (1998)
Book Chapter
Schmidt, H.-L.; Gleixner, G.: Carbon isotope effects on key reactions in plant metabolism and 13C-patterns in natural compounds. In: Stable isotopes, pp. 13 - 25 (Ed. Griffiths, H.). BIOS Scientific Publisher, Oxford (1998)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Steinbeiß, S.: Einfluss der Biodiversität von Pflanzen auf die Speicherung von Kohlenstoff in Böden und auf den Austrag von gelöstem organischem Kohlenstoff. Dissertation, VI, 92 Bl. pp., Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (2006)

Thesis - Diploma (1)

Thesis - Diploma
Lippmann, R.: Petrographische und isotopengeochemische Untersuchungen der Pechelbronn-Formation (Obereozän / Unteroligozän) im nördlichen Oberrheingraben. Diploma, 68 pp., Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (2001)

Thesis - Master (1)

Thesis - Master
Witt, R.: Paläoklimarekonstruktion des Tibetischen Plateaus anhand eines „Nam Co“ Sedimentkerns. Master, 80, V pp., Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (2011)

Preprint (1)

Chowdhury, S.; Lange, M.; Malik, A. A.; Goodall, T.; Huang, J.; Griffiths, R. I.; Gleixner, G.: Nutrient source and mycorrhizal association jointly alters soil microbial communities that shape plant-rhizosphere-soil carbon-nutrient flows. (2020)
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