Ingrid Maria Lubbers
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Earthworms increase plant production: a meta-analysis
JW Van Groenigen, IM Lubbers, HMJ Vos, GG Brown, GB De Deyn, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 6365, 2014
Greenhouse-gas emissions from soils increased by earthworms
IM Lubbers, KJ Van Groenigen, SJ Fonte, J Six, L Brussaard, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (3), 187-194, 2013
The soil N cycle: new insights and key challenges
JW Van Groenigen, D Huygens, P Boeckx, TW Kuyper, IM Lubbers, ...
Soil 1 (1), 235-256, 2015
How fertile are earthworm casts? A meta-analysis
JW Van Groenigen, KJ Van Groenigen, GF Koopmans, L Stokkermans, ...
Geoderma 338, 525-535, 2019
Can earthworms simultaneously enhance decomposition and stabilization of plant residue carbon?
IM Lubbers, MM Pulleman, JW Van Groenigen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 105, 12-24, 2017
Earthworm‐induced N mineralization in fertilized grassland increases both N2O emission and crop‐N uptake
IM Lubbers, L Brussaard, W Otten, JW Van Groenigen
European Journal of Soil Science 62 (1), 152-161, 2011
Earthworms coordinate soil biota to improve multiple ecosystem functions
T Liu, X Chen, X Gong, IM Lubbers, Y Jiang, W Feng, X Li, JK Whalen, ...
Current Biology 29 (20), 3420-3429. e5, 2019
Association of earthworm-denitrifier interactions with increased emission of nitrous oxide from soil mesocosms amended with crop residue
LD Nebert, J Bloem, IM Lubbers, JW van Groenigen
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77 (12), 4097-4104, 2011
Plant trait‐based approaches to improve nitrogen cycling in agroecosystems
D Abalos, JW van Groenigen, L Philippot, IM Lubbers, GB De Deyn
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (11), 2454-2466, 2019
Exploring the relationship between soil mesofauna, soil structure and N2O emissions
RJ Porre, JW van Groenigen, GB De Deyn, RGM de Goede, IM Lubbers
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96, 55-64, 2016
Residue incorporation depth is a controlling factor of earthworm‐induced nitrous oxide emissions
BK Paul, IM Lubbers, JW Van Groenigen
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 1141-1151, 2012
Earthworms increase plant production: a meta-analysis. Sci Rep 4: 6365
JW Van Groenigen, IM Lubbers, HMJ Vos, GG Brown, GB De Deyn, ...
Reduced greenhouse gas mitigation potential of no-tillage soils through earthworm activity
IM Lubbers, K Jan van Groenigen, L Brussaard, JW van Groenigen
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 13787, 2015
Earthworms can increase nitrous oxide emissions from managed grassland: a field study
IM Lubbers, EL González, EWJ Hummelink, JW Van Groenigen
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 174, 40-48, 2013
The soil N cycle: new insights and key challenges, SOIL, 1, 235–256
JW Van Groenigen, D Huygens, P Boeckx, TW Kuyper, IM Lubbers, ...
Concentration and vertical distribution of total soil phosphorus in relation to time of abandonment of arable fields
A van der Wal, W de Boer, IM Lubbers, JA van Veen
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 79, 73-79, 2007
Soil fauna diversity increases CO2 but suppresses N2O emissions from soil
IM Lubbers, MP Berg, GB De Deyn, WH van der Putten, ...
Global change biology 26 (3), 1886-1898, 2020
A simple and effective method to keep earthworms confined to open-top mesocosms
IM Lubbers, JW van Groenigen
Applied Soil Ecology 64, 190-193, 2013
Iron-rich dune grasslands: relations between soil organic matter and sorption of Fe and P
AM Kooijman, I Lubbers, M Van Til
Environmental Pollution 157 (11), 3158-3165, 2009
The role of earthworms in agronomy: Consensus, novel insights and remaining challenges
A Vidal, M Blouin, I Lubbers, Y Capowiez, JC Sanchez-Hernandez, ...
Advances in Agronomy 181, 1-78, 2023
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