Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Suche
Breadcrumb Navigation

Soil erosion and feedbacks

Hauptinhalt der Seite

​​​​​​​The mission of the working group “Soil erosion and feedbacks” (SoilEroFeed) is the assessment of soil erosion processes driven by wind, water, and anthropogenic activities as well as their general feedbacks on landscape functioning. For this strongly transdisciplinary goal we apply qualitative and quantitative approaches ranging from the detection of the processes and the assessment of their drivers and dynamics to numerical models and experimental field and laboratory simulations. A key issue of the working group is the integration of the different soil erosion processes on landscape scale. The research carried out in the light of expected future global changes finally helps to develop new innovative techniques and approaches to fight, cope with or mitigate negative effects of soil erosion especially in agricultural areas.

​The working group focusses on the following main research topics​

  • Interaction of soil erosion processes: wind-, splash, rill-interrill, gully, tillage, harvest (direct/ indirect)
  • integrated numeric modelling of the erosion processes
  • hindcasting historic events or reconstructing paleo-landscapes
  • long term erosion rates and extreme event impacts
  • assessment of landscape sensitivity, resistance, and resilience concerning soil erosion​​​​​
  • scenario analysis considering climate and land use changes to identify future hotspots of soil erosion and general impacts on landscape functioning
​​​​​​​

 Publications WG

MyTitle: Combining biodiversity and geodiversity on landscape scale: a novel approach using rare earth elements and spatial distribution models in an agricultural Mediterranean landscape
MyLinkAnsehenUrl: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2024.111583, Resolve DOI name
MyLinkPDFUrl:
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren: Pelacani, S., Märker, M., Tommasini, S., Moretti, S. (2024)
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

Combining biodiversity and geodiversity on landscape scale: a novel approach using rare earth elements and spatial distribution models in an agricultural Mediterranean landscape

Pelacani, S., Märker, M., Tommasini, S., Moretti, S. (2024)
MyTitle: A game theory-based prioritization of drought affected demo vineyards using soil main properties in the Northern Apennines, Italy
MyLinkAnsehenUrl: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2023.107767, Resolve DOI name
MyLinkPDFUrl:
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren: Sadeghi, S. H., Zabihi Silabi, M., Bordoni, M., Nguyen, T. N. A., Märker, M., Claudia, M. (2024)
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

A game theory-based prioritization of drought affected demo vineyards using soil main properties in the Northern Apennines, Italy

Sadeghi, S. H., Zabihi Silabi, M., Bordoni, M., Nguyen, T. N. A., Märker, M., Claudia, M. (2024)
MyTitle: Wind erosion after steppe conversion in Kazakhstan
MyLinkAnsehenUrl: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2023.105941, Resolve DOI name
MyLinkPDFUrl: https://publications.zalf.de/publications/BFAF0371-D52A-476B-8074-2D611EF6B00D-1.pdf, PDF take a look
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren: Koza, M., Funk, R., Pöhlitz, J., Conrad, C., Shibistova, O., Meinel, T., Akshalov, K., Schmidt, G. (2024)
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

Wind erosion after steppe conversion in Kazakhstan

Koza, M., Funk, R., Pöhlitz, J., Conrad, C., Shibistova, O., Meinel, T., Akshalov, K., Schmidt, G. (2024)

 Projects WG

MyTitle: EU LIFE Project: „Drought Resilience Improvement in Vineyard Ecosystems” LIFE19 ENV/IT/000035.
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: https://www.drive-life.it/en/, Project website
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

EU LIFE Project: „Drought Resilience Improvement in Vineyard Ecosystems” LIFE19 ENV/IT/000035.

MyTitle: EU LIFE Project: „Restoration of dry-acidic Continental grasslands and heathlands in Natura 2000 sites in Piemonte and Lombardia – LIFE DRYLANDS” LIFE18 NAT/IT/000803. Action A2
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: https://www.lifedrylands.eu/en/, Project website
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

EU LIFE Project: „Restoration of dry-acidic Continental grasslands and heathlands in Natura 2000 sites in Piemonte and Lombardia – LIFE DRYLANDS” LIFE18 NAT/IT/000803. Action A2

MyTitle: Lombardy Region Project POR-FESR “Circular Economy for Water and Energy (CE4WE)” WP 1.3 “Analysis and monitoring of the soil as active interface for water circulation between surface and substrates”
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: https://www.ce4we.eu/, Project website
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

Lombardy Region Project POR-FESR “Circular Economy for Water and Energy (CE4WE)” WP 1.3 “Analysis and monitoring of the soil as active interface for water circulation between surface and substrates”

MyTitle: Programma Nazionale di Ricerca in Antartide Project: “Exploring the diversity of soil microbes and their biomolecules in Victoria Land” PNRA18_00015
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: https://www.pnra.aq/index.php/en/project/402/diversity-soil-microorganisms-and-their-biomolecules-victoria-land, Project description
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld:
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow:

Programma Nazionale di Ricerca in Antartide Project: “Exploring the diversity of soil microbes and their biomolecules in Victoria Land” PNRA18_00015

 

Contact

 

Head of working group

Prof. Michael Maerker
T +49 (0)33432 82-420

 

Address

Leibniz-Zentrum für
Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V.

Eberswalder Straße 84
15374 Müncheberg​​

Fusszeile der Seite
Wordpress
YouTube
Twitter
© Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V. Müncheberg

Funded by:

BMEL logo
MWFK logo