Publications



The relative importance of the bacterial pathway and soil inorganic nitrogen increase across an extreme wood ash application gradient
Mette Vestergård, Toke Bang-Andreasen, Sebastian Micki Buss, Carla Cruz-Paredes, Sara Bentzon-Tilia, Flemming Ekelund, Rasmus Kjøller, Louise Hindborg Mortensen, Regin Rønn
Global Change Biology – Bioenergy, 2018

Recirculation of biomass ashes onto forest soils: ash composition
Alberto Maresca, Jiri Hyks, Thomas F. Astrup
Waste Management 70, 127-138, 2017

Long-term leaching of nutrients and contaminants from wood combustion ashes
Alberto Maresca, Jiri Hyks, Thomas F. Astrup
Waste Management, 2017

Column leaching from a Danish forest soil amended with wood ashes: fate of major and trace elements
Alberto Marescaa, Mette Hansen Morten Ingerslev, Thomas F. Astrup
Biomass and Bioenergy 109, 91–99, 2018

Wood ash application increases pH but does not harm the soil mesofauna
Jiayi Qin, Mads Frederik Hovmand, Flemming Ekelund, Regin Rønn, Søren Christensen, Gerard Arjen de Groot, Louise Hindborg Mortensen, Simon Skov, Paul Henning Krogh
Environmental Pollution, 2017

Changes in SOM composition and stability to microbial degradation over time in response to wood chip ash fertilization
Mette Hansen, Anna Saarsalmi, Clement Peltre
Soil Biology & Biochemistry 99, 179-186, 2016

Micro vertical changes in soil pH and base cations over time after application of wood ash on forest soil
Mette Hansen, Toke Bang-Andreasen, Helle Sørensen, Morten Ingerslev
Forest Ecology and Management 406, 274–280, 2017

Ectomycorrhizal fungal responses to forest liming and wood ash addition: review and meta-analysis
R Kjøller, C Cruz-Paredes, KE Clemmensen KE
Springer Book Series

Wood ash induced pH changes strongly affect soil bacterial numbers and community composition
Toke Bang-Andreasen, Jeppe T. Nielsen, Jana Voriskova, Janine Heise, Regin Rønn, Rasmus Kjøller, Hans C.B. Hansen and Carsten S. Jacobsen
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2017

Using community trait-distributions to assign microbial responses to pH changes and Cd in forest soils treated with wood ash
Carla Cruz-Paredes, Håkan Wallander, Rasmus Kjøller, Johannes Rousk
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2017

Wood ash application increases pH but does not harm the soil mesofauna
Jiayi Qin, Mads Frederik Hovmand, Flemming Ekelund, Regin Rønn, Søren Christensen, Gerard Arjen de Groot, Louise Hindborg Mortensen, Simon Skov, Paul Henning Krogh
Environmental Pollution, 2017

Risk assessment of replacing conventional P fertilizers with biomass ash: Residual effects on plant yield, nutrition, cadmium accumulation and mycorrhizal status
Carla Cruz-Paredes, Álvaro López-García, Gitte H. Rubæk, Mads F. Hovmand, Peter Sørensen, Rasmus Kjøller
Science of the Total Environment, 2016