2024

  1. Aben, R.C.H., E.S. Oliveira Junior, A.R. Carlos, T.J.H.M. van Bergen, L.P.M. Lamers & S. Kosten (2022) Impact of plant species and intense nutrient loading on CH4 and N2O fluxes from small inland waters: an experimental approach. [Aquatic Botany 180: 103527] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  2. Bodmer, P., R.J.E. Vroom, T. Stepina, P.A. del Georgio & S. Kosten (2024) Methane Dynamics in vegetated habitats in inland waters: quantififcation, regulation, and global significance. Frontiers in Water 5: 1332968 (18 p.).
  3. Boonman, C.C.F., S.F. Harpenslager, G. van Dijk, A.J.P. Smolders, M.M. Hefting, A.J.P. Smolders, B. van de Riet & Y van der Velde (2024) Redox potential is a robust indicator for decomposition processes in drained agricultural peat soils: A valuable tool in monitoring peatland wetting efforts. Geoderma 441: 116728 (13 p.)
  4. Boonman, J., S.F. Harpenslager, D. Tolunay, A. Buzacott, M. van den Berg, G. van Dijk, A. Smolders, M. Hefting & Y. van der Velde (2024) Peatland GHG emissions estimated with redox potential. EGU24-10588.
  5. Boonman, C.C.F., T.S. Heuts, R.J.E. Vroom, J.J.M. Geurts & C. Fritz (2024) Wetland plant development overrides nitrogen effects on initial methane emissions after peat rewetting. [Aquatic Botany 184: 103598 (8 p.).] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI.
  6. Buzacott, A.J.V., M. van den Berg, B. Kruijt, J. Pijlman, C. Fritz, P. Wintjen & Y. van der Velde (2024) A Bayesian inference approach to determine experimental Typha latifolia paludiculture greenhouse gas exchange measured with eddy. Preprint submitted to Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
  7. Colina, M., M. Meerhoff, L. Cabrera-Lamanna & S. Kosten (2024) Experimental warming promotes CO2 uptake but hinders carbon incorporation toward higher trophic levels in cyanobacteria-dominated freshwater communities. Science of the Total Environment 920: 171029 (11 p.)
  8. De Boer, H.C., M. van Mullekom & A.J.P. Smolders (2023) Lower nitrate leaching from dairy cattle slurry compared to synthetic fertilizer calcium ammonium nitrate applied to grassland. Environmental Pollution 344: 123088 (9 p.).
  9. De Mars, H., G. Van Dijk, B. van der Weijden, A.P. Grootjans, L. Wołejko, G. Farr, J. Graham, P. Oosterlynck & A.J.P. Smolders (2024) The threat of groundwater pollution for petrifying springs; defining nutrient threshold values for an endangered bryophyte dominated habitat. Environmental Pollution 344: 123324 (10 p.)
  10. Espisoto, C., T.P.A. Nijman, A.J. Veraart, J. Audet, E.E. Levi, T.L. Lauridsen & TA Davidson (2023) Activity and abundance of methane-oxidizing bacteria on plants in experimental lakes subjected to different nutrient and warming treatments. [Aquatic Botany 185: 103610 (10 p.).] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  11. Gios, E., E. Verbruggen, J. Audet, R. Burns, K. Butterbach-Bahl, M. Espenberg, C. Fritz, S. Glatzel, G Jurasinski, T. Larmola, U. Mander, C. Nielsen, A.F. Rodriguez, C. Scheer, D. Zak & H.M. Silvennoinen (2024) Unraveling microbial processes involved in carbon and nitrogen cycling and greenhouse gas emissions in rewetted peatlands by molecular biology. Biogeochemistry (in press)
  12. Gräfnings, M.L.E., I. Grimm, S.R. Valdez, I. Findji, T. van der Heide, J.H.T. Heusinkveld, K.J. Meijer, B.K.Eriksson, Q. Smeele & L.L. Govers (2024) Restored intertidal eelgrass (Z. marina) supports benthic communities taxonomically and functionally similar to natural seagrasses in the Wadden Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science 10: 1294845 (12 p.).
  13. Gremmen, T., G. van Dijk, J. Postma, M. Colina, L.N. de Senerpont Domis, M. Velthuis, R. van de Haterd, F. Kuipers, H. van Rossum, A.J.P. Smolders & S. Kosten (2023) Factors influencing submerged macrophyte presence in fresh and brackish eutrophic waters and their impact on carbon emissions. [Aquatic Botany 187: 103645] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  14. Harpenslager, S.F., G. van Dijk, J. Boonman, S.T.J. Weideveld, B.P. van de Riet, M.M Hefting & A.J.P. Smolders (2024) Rewetting drained peatlands through subsoil infiltration stabilises redox-dependent soil carbon and nutrient dynamics. Geoderma 442: 116787 (12 p.).
  15. Harpenslager, S.F., K. Thiemer, C. Levertz, B. Misteli, S.C. Schneider, S. Hilt & J. Köhler (2022) Short-term effects of macrophyte removal on emission of CO2 and CH4 in shallow lakes. [Aquatic Botany 182: 103555 (12 p.).] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  16. Hendriks, L., A.J.P. Smolders, T. van den Brink, L.P.M. Lamers & A.J. Veraart (2023) Corrigendum: Polishing wastewater effluent using plants: floating plants perform better than submerged plants in both nutrient removal and reduction of greenhouse gas emission. [Water Science & Technology 88(1): 23-34.] Water Science & Technology 89(3): 838-840.
  17. Hendriks, L., S. Weideveld, C. Fritz, T. Stepina, R.C.H. Aben Ngum E. Fung & S. Kosten (2024) Drainage ditches are year-round greenhouse gas hotlines in temperate peat landscapes. Freshwater Biology 69(1): 143-156.
  18. Hessen, D.O., T. Andersen, D. Armstrong McKay, S. Kosten, M. Meerhoff, A. Pickard & B. Spears (2024) Lake ecosystem tipping points and climate feedbacks. Earth System Dynamics Discussions 34 pages (in review)
  19. Käärmelahti, S, C. Fritz, G.R. Quadra, M.E. Gardoki, G. Gaudig, M. Krebs & R.J.M. Temmink (2024) Topsoil removal for Sphagnum establishment on rewetted agricultural bogs. Biogeochemistry (in press)
  20. Käärmelahti, S, C. Fritz, G.R. Quadra, M.E. Gardoki, G. Gaudig, M. Krebs & R.J.M. Temmink (2024) Correction to: Topsoil removal for Sphagnum establishment on rewetted agricultural bogs. Biogeochemistry (in press)
  21. Kosten, S. & P. Bodmer (Eds.) (2024) Editorial for the Virtual Special Issue: The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI (in press)
  22. Kosten, S. (2024) Aquatic ecosystems in hotter water. Inaugural Lecture at the Faculty of Science, Radboud University Nijmegen, 23rd February 2024, 3:45 pm. 9 pages.
  23. Robroek, B.J.M., G. Devilee, Y. Telgenkamp, Ca. Härlin, M.N. Steele, J.M. Barel & L.P.M. Lamers (2024) More is not always better: peat moss mixtures slightly enhance peatland stability. Proceedings of the Royal Sciety B 291(2014): 20232622 (7 p.).
  24. Robroek, B.J.M. (2024) Dataset: Drought intensity dependent effects of co-occurring peat mosses on the stability of the peatland carbon sink function. Dans Data Station Life Sciences
  25. Struik,Q., E.S. Oliveira Junior, A.J. Veraart & Sarian Kosten (2022) Methane emissions through water hyacinth are controlled by plant traits and environmental conditions. [Aquatic Botany 183: 103574] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  26. Temmink, R.J.M., B.J.M. Robroek, G. van Dijk, A.H.W. Koks, S.A. Käärmelahti, A. Barthelmes, M.J. Wassen, R. Ziegler, M.N. Steele, W. Giesen, H. Joosten, C. Fritz, L.P.M. Lamers & A.J.P. Smolders (2024) Wetscapes provide the physical basis to sustainable peatland livelihoods. Ambio 53:355-357.
  27. Temmink, R.J.M., R.J.E. Vroom, G. van Dijk, S.A. Käärmelahti, A.H.W. Koks, H. Joosten, M. Krebs, G. Gaudig, K. Brust, L.P.M. Lamers, A.J.P. Smolders & C. Fritz (2024) Restoring organic matter, carbon and nutrient accumulation in degraded peatlands: 10 years Sphagnum paludiculture. Biogeochemistry (in press)
  28. Van Doorn, J., E.C.H.E.T. Lucassen, M.I.J.T. van Roosmalen & A.J.P. Smolders (2024) Carbon limitation and aluminium toxicity prevents dominance of Crassula helmsii on weakly buffered soils. Aquatic Botany 191: 103737 (9 p.).
  29. Venetz, J., O.M. Zygadlowska, N. Dotsios, A.J. Wallenius, N.A.G.M. van Helmond, W.K. Lenstra, C.P. Slomp, M.S.M. Jetten & A.J. Veraart (2024) Seasonal dynamics of the microbial methane filter in the water column of a eutrophic coastal basin. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 100(3): fiae007 (8 p.)
  30. Vermaat, J.E., K. Thiemer , B. Immerzeel, S.C. Schneider, K. Sebola, J. Coetzee, A. Petruzzella, S.N. Motitsoe, M. Baldo, B. Misteli, G. Thiébaut, S. Hilt, J. Köhler, S.F. Harpenslager (2024) Mass development of aquatic plants: Effects of contrasting management scenarios on a suite of ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology 61(1): 76-89.
  31. Verstijnen, Y.J.M., E.C.H.E.T. Lucassen, A.J.Wagenvoort, H.A.M. Ketelaars, G. van der Velde & A.J.P. Smolders (2023) Trophic Transfer of Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn, P and Se in Dutch Storage Water Reservoirs. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (in press).
  32. Verstijnen, Y.J.M., E.C.H.E.T. Lucassen, A.J.Wagenvoort, H.A.M. Ketelaars, G. van der Velde & A.J.P. Smolders (2023) Data to: Trophic Transfer of Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn, P and Se in Dutch Storage Water Reservoirs. Dataset Dans Data Sation Life Sciences
  33. Vroom, R.J.E., A.J.P. Smolders, B.P. van de Riet, L.P.M. Lamers, E. Güngör, S. Krosse, G.M. Verheggen-Kleinheerenbrink, N.R. van der Wal & S. Kosten (2024) Azolla cultivation enables phosphate extraction from inundated former agricultural soils. Water Research 254: 121411 (11 p.)
  34. Vroom, R.J.E., M. van den Berg, S.R. Pangala, O.E. van der Scheer & B.K. Sorrell (2022) Physiological processes affecting methane transport by wetland vegetation – A review. [Aquatic Botany 182: 103547.] In: S. Kosten & P. Bodmer (Eds.)(2024) The role of plants in regulating aquatic methane fluxes. Aquatic Botany SI
  35. Zygadlowska, O.M., J. Venetz, W. Lenstra, N.A.G.M van Helmond, R. Klomp, T. Rockmann, A.J. Veraart, M.S.M. Jetten & C.P. Slomp (2023) High methane emissions from a eutrophic marine coastal basin driven by bubble release from the sediment. Eartth ArXiv (Preprint)
  36. Zygadlowska, O.M., J. Venetz, W. Lenstra, N.A.G.M van Helmond, R. Klomp, T. Rockmann, A.J. Veraart, M.S.M. Jetten & C.P. Slomp (2024) Dataset to: High methane emissions from a eutrophic marine coastal basin driven by bubble release from the sediment. Dataset Zenodo. Embargoed till 1st August 2024.