The results of the project are gradually being published in various international journals.

Soil Taxonomy (ST), Hungarian classification (HU) and WRB were evaluated in 85 soil profiles for their applicability for biomass estimation and their correlation with ground elevation.

Soil-dwelling mite and springtail assemblages were studied in winter wheat and maize plantations within a long-term fertilisation experiment in Martonvásár for two years. The results are published in Q1 journal Applied Soil Ecology.

In our publication in Journal of Maps, we mapped the phosphorus content of the Lake Balaton sediment with ammonium lactate extractant using various environmental auxiliary variables and regression kriging. Our article published in Water is about a geostatistical method we have developed that allows the joint modeling of the phosphorus and nitrogen contents of lake sediments and the prediction of changes in their relative proportions.

Researchers at the Institute for Soil Sciences examined soil CO2 emission (soil respiration) and its main drivers (soil temperature, soil water content and plant activity) under field conditions. The study was published in Q1 journal Soil and Tillage Research.

A 75-day pot experiment by researchers of ATK TAKI aimed to investigate the fertiliser value and organic matter replenishment capacity of digested sewage sludge and the compost and vermicompost made from it. The results were published in the Q1 journal Agronomy.

In a greenhouse experiment, the effect of irrigation water containing Selenium was examined on different plants in different texture of soils. The results were published in the Q1 journal Plants.

In collaboration with the researchers of the University of Naples Federico II, our senior scientist Brigitta Szabó analysed the efficiency of European hydraulic pedotransfer functions (PTFs) available from the literature. The results of this research was published in the Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, which is a highly ranked journal in the field of Water Science and Technology (D1).

In this study we compared the precision of habitat indication by the vegetation and soil microbial communities in four salt affected pastures in the Hungarian Great Plain.

Researchers from the Department of Soil Mapping and Environmental Informatics working with a senior scientist from ISRIC – World Soil Information and Wageningen University & Research have studied soil organic carbon (SOC) stock change between 1992 and 2010 at multiple aggregation levels in Hungary. Their results and findings have been published in Geoderma.

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