Kuikman, PJ
Kuikman, PJ
Wageningen Environmental Research
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Soil structural aspects of decomposition of organic matter by micro-organisms
JA Van Veen, PJ Kuikman
Biogeochemistry 11 (3), 213-233, 1990
Global change pressures on soils from land use and management
P Smith, JI House, M Bustamante, J Sobocká, R Harper, G Pan, PC West, ...
Global change biology 22 (3), 1008-1028, 2016
Green economy and related concepts: An overview
E Loiseau, L Saikku, R Antikainen, N Droste, B Hansjürgens, K Pitkänen, ...
Journal of cleaner production 139, 361-371, 2016
Trends in global nitrous oxide emissions from animal production systems
O Oenema, N Wrage, GL Velthof, JW Groenigen, J Dolfing, PJ Kuikman
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 72 (1), 51-65, 2005
Nitrous oxide emission from animal manures applied to soil under controlled conditions
GL Velthof, PJ Kuikman, O Oenema
Biology and Fertility of Soils 37 (4), 221-230, 2003
Adapting to climate change in The Netherlands: an inventory of climate adaptation options and ranking of alternatives
K De Bruin, RB Dellink, A Ruijs, L Bolwidt, A Van Buuren, J Graveland, ...
Climatic change 95 (1), 23-45, 2009
Biogeochemical cycles and biodiversity as key drivers of ecosystem services provided by soils
P Smith, MF Cotrufo, C Rumpel, K Paustian, PJ Kuikman, JA Elliott, ...
Soil 1 (2), 665-685, 2015
Nitrous oxide emission from soils amended with crop residues
GL Velthof, PJ Kuikman, O Oenema
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 62 (3), 249-261, 2002
Nitrous oxide emissions from silage maize fields under different mineral nitrogen fertilizer and slurry applications
JW Van Groenigen, GJ Kasper, GL Velthof, A Van den Pol-van Dasselaar, ...
Plant and Soil 263 (1), 101-111, 2004
Carbon translocation to the rhizosphere of maize and wheat and influence on the turnover of native soil organic matter at different soil nitrogen levels
E Liljeroth, P Kuikman, JA Veen
Plant and Soil 161 (2), 233-240, 1994
Nitrous oxide emission from urine-treated soil as influenced by urine composition and soil physical conditions
JW van Groenigen, PJ Kuikman, WJM de Groot, GL Velthof
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (3), 463-473, 2005
Bioenergy by‐products as soil amendments? Implications for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions
ML Cayuela, O Oenema, PJ Kuikman, RR Bakker, JW Van Groenigen
Gcb Bioenergy 2 (4), 201-213, 2010
Drying and rewetting of a loamy sand soil did not increase the turnover of native organic matter, but retarded the decomposition of added 14C-labelled plant material
J Magid, C Kjærgaard, A Gorissen, PJ Kuikman
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31 (4), 595-602, 1999
Seasonal variation in N 2 O emissions from urine patches: effects of urine concentration, soil compaction and dung
J Willem van Groenigen, GL Velthof, FJE Bolt, A Vos, PJ Kuikman
Plant and soil 273 (1), 15-27, 2005
Dynamics of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii introduced into soil; the effect of bentonite clay on predation by protozoa
CE Heynen, JD Van Elsas, PJ Kuikman, JA van Veen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20 (4), 483-488, 1988
The impact of protozoa on the availability of bacterial nitrogen to plants
PJ Kuikman, JA Veen
Biology and Fertility of Soils 8 (1), 13-18, 1989
Microbial utilization of 14C [U] glucose in soil is affected by the amount and timing of glucose additions
E Bremer, P Kuikman
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 26 (4), 511-517, 1994
The biobased economy: biofuels, materials and chemicals in the post-oil era
J Sanders, H Langevald, P Kuikman, M Meeusen, G Meijer
Routledge, 2010
Gaseous nitrogen and carbon losses from pig manure derived from different diets
GLN Velthof, JA Oenema, O Kuikman, J Peter
Journal of environmental quality 34 (2), 698, 2005
CO2 evolution and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis profiles of bacterial communities in soil following addition of low molecular weight substrates to simulate root exudation
L Falchini, N Naumova, PJ Kuikman, J Bloem, P Nannipieri
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (6), 775-782, 2003
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