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 Kees Jan van Groenigen

Kees Jan van Groenigen

Senior Lecturer in Climate and Environmental Science

 4619

 Laver Building 909

 

Laver Building, University of Exeter, North Park Road, Exeter, EX4 4QE, UK

 Office hours:

Term 2: 

Monday 10:00-11:00 & Thursday 14:00-15:00  (or email and we'll find a mutually agreeable time)  

Overview

I'm a biogeochemist. Through my research, I try to understand how plants and soil respond to - and influence - environmental change. I have studied carbon and nutrient cycles in a wide range of ecosystems, including grasslands, cropland, temperate forests and rice paddies. I often use meta-analytic techniques to synthesize findings in my field of research. I also study the role of soil microbes in carbon and nitrogen cycles, using techniques such as incubation experiments, isotopic tracers and analyses of biomarkers.

Broad research specialisms:

  • Elevated atmospheric CO2
  • Soil microbiology
  • Rice agriculture
  • Plant-soil interactions
  • Meta-analysis and data synthesis

Qualifications

  • MSc, Soil Science, Wageningen University
  • PhD, Environmental Sciences, Wageningen University

Career

  • 2017-present     Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter
  • 2016                  Visiting Professor, University of California – Davis
  • 2015-2016         Assistant Research Professor, Northern Arizona University
  • 2012-2015         Postdoctoral scholar, Northern Arizona University
  • 2007-2012         Research fellow, Trinity College Dublin

Research

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Van Gestel N, Shi Z, Van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Andresen LC, Dukes JS, Hovenden MJ, Luo Y, Michelsen A, Pendall E, et al (2018). Predicting soil carbon loss with warming. Nature, 554(7693), E4-E5. Full text.
van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Terrer C, Carrillo Y, Dijkstra FA, Heath J, Nie M, Pendall E, Phillips RP, Hungate BA, et al (2017). Faster turnover of new soil carbon inputs under increased atmospheric CO₂. Glob Change Biol, 23(10), 4420-4429. Abstract.  Full text.
Wu L, Yan X, Wang L, Chen J, Hang X, Zhang Y, Horwath WR, Ye R, Linquist BA, Song Z, et al (2017). Higher yields and lower methane emissions with new rice cultivars. Global Change Biology, 23(11), 4728-4738. Abstract.  Full text.
van Groenigen JW, van Kessel C, Hungate BA, Oenema O, Powlson DS, van Groenigen KJ (2017). Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: a Nitrogen Dilemma. Environ Sci Technol, 51(9), 4738-4739. Author URL.  Full text.
Pittelkow CM, Liang X, Linquist BA, van Groenigen KJ, Lee J, Lundy ME, van Gestel N, Six J, Venterea RT, van Kessel C, et al (2015). Productivity limits and potentials of the principles of conservation agriculture. Nature, 517(7534), 365-368. Abstract.  Author URL.
van Groenigen KJ, Qi X, Osenberg CW, Luo Y, Hungate BA (2014). Faster decomposition under increased atmospheric CO₂ limits soil carbon storage. Science, 344(6183), 508-509. Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Chen J, Luo Y, van Groenigen KJ, Hungate BA, Cao J, Zhou X, Wang R-W (2018). A keystone microbial enzyme for nitrogen control of soil carbon storage. Sci Adv, 4(8). Abstract.  Author URL.
Liao P, Huang S, van Gestel NC, Zeng Y, Wu Z, van Groenigen KJ (2018). Corrigendum to ’Liming and straw retention interact to increase nitrogen uptake and grain yield in a double rice-cropping system’ [Field Crops Research 216 (2018) 217-224] (S0378429017318105) (10.1016/j.fcr.2017.11.026)). Field Crops Research, 219 Abstract.
(2018). Differential responses of carbon-degrading enzyme activities to warming: Implications for soil respiration. Global Change Biology, 24(10), 4816-4826. Abstract.  Full text.
Van Groenigen JW, Van Groenigen KJ, Koopmans GF, Stokkermans L, Vos HMJ, Lubbers IM (2018). How fertile are earthworm casts? a meta-analysis. Geoderma Abstract.
(2018). Lime application lowers the global warming potential of a double rice cropping system. Geoderma, 325, 1-8. Abstract.
Zeng Y, Wu Z, van Groenigen KJ (2018). Liming and straw retention interact to increase nitrogen uptake and grain yield in a double rice-cropping system. Field Crops Research, 216, 217-224. Abstract.
Jiang Y, Qian H, Wang L, Feng J, Huang S, Hungate BA, van Kessel C, Horwath WR, Zhang X, Qin X, et al (2018). Limited potential of harvest index improvement to reduce methane emissions from rice paddies. Glob Chang Biol Abstract.  Author URL.
Van Gestel N, Shi Z, Van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Andresen LC, Dukes JS, Hovenden MJ, Luo Y, Michelsen A, Pendall E, et al (2018). Predicting soil carbon loss with warming. Nature, 554(7693), E4-E5. Full text.
van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Terrer C, Carrillo Y, Dijkstra FA, Heath J, Nie M, Pendall E, Phillips RP, Hungate BA, et al (2017). Faster turnover of new soil carbon inputs under increased atmospheric CO₂. Glob Change Biol, 23(10), 4420-4429. Abstract.  Full text.
Wu L, Yan X, Wang L, Chen J, Hang X, Zhang Y, Horwath WR, Ye R, Linquist BA, Song Z, et al (2017). Higher yields and lower methane emissions with new rice cultivars. Global Change Biology, 23(11), 4728-4738. Abstract.  Full text.
(2017). Increased plant uptake of native soil nitrogen following fertilizer addition – not a priming effect?. Applied Soil Ecology, 114, 105-110. Abstract.
(2017). Nighttime warming increases winter-sown wheat yield across major Chinese cropping regions. Field Crops Research, 214, 202-210. Abstract.
(2017). Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria are more effective under drought: a meta-analysis. Plant and Soil, 416(1-2), 309-323. Abstract.
Van Groenigen JW, Van Kessel C, Hungate BA, Oenema O, Powlson DS, Van Groenigen KJ (2017). Response to the Letter to the Editor Regarding Our Viewpoint "Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: a Nitrogen Dilemma". Environ Sci Technol, 51(20), 11503-11504. Author URL.  Full text.
van Groenigen JW, van Kessel C, Hungate BA, Oenema O, Powlson DS, van Groenigen KJ (2017). Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: a Nitrogen Dilemma. Environ Sci Technol, 51(9), 4738-4739. Author URL.  Full text.
Luo Y, Ahlstrom A, Allison SD, Batjes NH, Brovkin V, Carvalhais N, Chappell A, Ciais P, Davidson EA, Finzi AC, et al (2016). Toward more realistic projections of soil carbon dynamics by Earth system models. GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 30(1), 40-56. Author URL.
van Groenigen KJ, Xia J, Osenberg CW, Luo Y, Hungate BA (2015). Application of a two-pool model to soil carbon dynamics under elevated CO2. Glob Chang Biol, 21(12), 4293-4297. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2015). High carbon use efficiency in soil microbial communities is related to balanced growth, not storage compound synthesis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 89, 35-43. Abstract.
Lundy ME, Pittelkow CM, Linquist BA, Liang X, van Groenigen KJ, Lee J, Six J, Venterea RT, van Kessel C (2015). Nitrogen fertilization reduces yield declines following no-till adoption. Field Crops Research, 183, 204-210. Abstract.
Pittelkow CM, Liang X, Linquist BA, van Groenigen KJ, Lee J, Lundy ME, van Gestel N, Six J, Venterea RT, van Kessel C, et al (2015). Productivity limits and potentials of the principles of conservation agriculture. Nature, 517(7534), 365-368. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lubbers IM, van Groenigen KJ, Brussaard L, van Groenigen JW (2015). Reduced greenhouse gas mitigation potential of no-tillage soils through earthworm activity. Sci Rep, 5 Abstract.  Author URL.
(2015). When does no-till yield more? a global meta-analysis. Field Crops Research, 183, 156-168. Abstract.
Hagerty SB, Van Groenigen KJ, Allison SD, Hungate BA, Schwartz E, Koch GW, Kolka RK, Dijkstra P (2014). Accelerated microbial turnover but constant growth efficiency with warming in soil. Nature Climate Change, 4(10), 903-906. Abstract.
van Groenigen JW, Lubbers IM, Vos HMJ, Brown GG, De Deyn GB, van Groenigen KJ (2014). Earthworms increase plant production: a meta-analysis. Sci Rep, 4 Abstract.  Author URL.
van Groenigen KJ, Qi X, Osenberg CW, Luo Y, Hungate BA (2014). Faster decomposition under increased atmospheric CO₂ limits soil carbon storage. Science, 344(6183), 508-509. Abstract.  Author URL.
van Kessel C, Venterea R, Six J, Adviento-Borbe MA, Linquist B, van Groenigen KJ (2013). Climate, duration, and N placement determine N2 O emissions in reduced tillage systems: a meta-analysis. Glob Chang Biol, 19(1), 33-44. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2013). Enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizers for rice systems: Meta-analysis of yield and nitrogen uptake. Field Crops Research, 154, 246-254. Abstract.
(2013). Greenhouse-gas emissions from soils increased by earthworms. Nature Climate Change, 3(3), 187-194. Abstract.
(2013). Increased greenhouse-gas intensity of rice production under future atmospheric conditions. Nature Climate Change, 3(3), 288-291. Abstract.
(2013). Using metabolic tracer techniques to assess the impact of tillage and straw management on microbial carbon use efficiency in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 66, 139-145. Abstract.
(2012). An agronomic assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from major cereal crops. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 194-209. Abstract.
(2012). Bioenergy from "surplus" land: Environmental and socio-economic implications. BioRisk(7), 5-50. Abstract.
(2012). Effects of multiple global change treatments on soil N <inf>2</inf>O fluxes. Biogeochemistry, 109(1-3), 85-100. Abstract.
(2012). Fertilizer management practices and greenhouse gas emissions from rice systems: a quantitative review and analysis. Field Crops Research, 135, 10-21. Abstract.
van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Hungate BA (2011). Increased soil emissions of potent greenhouse gases under increased atmospheric CO2. Nature, 475(7355), 214-216. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2011). Soil C storage as affected by tillage and straw management: an assessment using field measurements and model predictions. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 140(1-2), 218-225. Abstract.
(2010). Abundance, production and stabilization of microbial biomass under conventional and reduced tillage. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42(1), 48-55. Abstract.
(2010). Towards an agronomic assessment of N<inf>2</inf>O emissions: a case study for arable crops. European Journal of Soil Science, 61(6), 903-913. Abstract.
(2009). Assessing the effect of elevated carbon dioxide on soil carbon: a comparison of four meta-analyses. Global Change Biology, 15(8), 2020-2034. Abstract.
DONDINI M, VAN GROENIGEN K-J, DEL GALDO I, JONES MB (2009). Carbon sequestration under Miscanthus: a study of 13C distribution in soil aggregates. GCB Bioenergy, 1(5), 321-330.
(2007). Elevated CO<inf>2</inf> does not favor a fungal decomposition pathway. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39(8), 2168-2172. Abstract.
van Groenigen K-J, Six J, Hungate BA, de Graaff M-A, van Breemen N, van Kessel C (2006). Element interactions limit soil carbon storage. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 103(17), 6571-6574. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2006). Interactions between plant growth and soil nutrient cycling under elevated CO<inf>2</inf>: a meta-analysis. Global Change Biology, 12(11), 2077-2091. Abstract.
(2005). Decomposition of <sup>14</sup>C-labeled roots in a pasture soil exposed to 10 years of elevated CO <inf>2</inf>. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 37(3), 497-506. Abstract.
Van Groenigen KJ, Six J, Harris D, Blum H, Van Kessel C (2003). Soil C-13-N-15 dynamics in an N-2-fixing clover system under long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY, 9(12), 1751-1762. Author URL.
(2003). Soil<sup>13</sup>C-<sup>15</sup>N dynamics in an N<inf>2</inf>-fixing clover system under long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO<inf>2</inf>. Global Change Biology, 9(12), 1751-1762. Abstract.
(2002). Linking sequestration of <sup>13</sup>C and <sup>15</sup>N in aggregates in a pasture soil following 8 years of elevated atmospheric CO<inf>2</inf>. Global Change Biology, 8(11), 1094-1108. Abstract.

Chapters

van Groenigen KJ, de Graaff MA, Six JW, Harris D, Kuikman P, van Kessel C (2006). The impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 on soil C and N dynamics: a meta-analysis. In Nösberger J, Long SP, Norby RJ, Stitt M, Hendrey GR, Blum H (Eds.) Managed Ecosystems and CO2 Case Studies, Processes, and Perspectives, Springer Science & Business Media. Abstract.

Publications by year


2018

Chen J, Luo Y, van Groenigen KJ, Hungate BA, Cao J, Zhou X, Wang R-W (2018). A keystone microbial enzyme for nitrogen control of soil carbon storage. Sci Adv, 4(8). Abstract.  Author URL.
Liao P, Huang S, van Gestel NC, Zeng Y, Wu Z, van Groenigen KJ (2018). Corrigendum to ’Liming and straw retention interact to increase nitrogen uptake and grain yield in a double rice-cropping system’ [Field Crops Research 216 (2018) 217-224] (S0378429017318105) (10.1016/j.fcr.2017.11.026)). Field Crops Research, 219 Abstract.
(2018). Differential responses of carbon-degrading enzyme activities to warming: Implications for soil respiration. Global Change Biology, 24(10), 4816-4826. Abstract.  Full text.
Van Groenigen JW, Van Groenigen KJ, Koopmans GF, Stokkermans L, Vos HMJ, Lubbers IM (2018). How fertile are earthworm casts? a meta-analysis. Geoderma Abstract.
(2018). Lime application lowers the global warming potential of a double rice cropping system. Geoderma, 325, 1-8. Abstract.
Zeng Y, Wu Z, van Groenigen KJ (2018). Liming and straw retention interact to increase nitrogen uptake and grain yield in a double rice-cropping system. Field Crops Research, 216, 217-224. Abstract.
Jiang Y, Qian H, Wang L, Feng J, Huang S, Hungate BA, van Kessel C, Horwath WR, Zhang X, Qin X, et al (2018). Limited potential of harvest index improvement to reduce methane emissions from rice paddies. Glob Chang Biol Abstract.  Author URL.
Van Gestel N, Shi Z, Van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Andresen LC, Dukes JS, Hovenden MJ, Luo Y, Michelsen A, Pendall E, et al (2018). Predicting soil carbon loss with warming. Nature, 554(7693), E4-E5. Full text.

2017

van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Terrer C, Carrillo Y, Dijkstra FA, Heath J, Nie M, Pendall E, Phillips RP, Hungate BA, et al (2017). Faster turnover of new soil carbon inputs under increased atmospheric CO₂. Glob Change Biol, 23(10), 4420-4429. Abstract.  Full text.
Wu L, Yan X, Wang L, Chen J, Hang X, Zhang Y, Horwath WR, Ye R, Linquist BA, Song Z, et al (2017). Higher yields and lower methane emissions with new rice cultivars. Global Change Biology, 23(11), 4728-4738. Abstract.  Full text.
(2017). Increased plant uptake of native soil nitrogen following fertilizer addition – not a priming effect?. Applied Soil Ecology, 114, 105-110. Abstract.
(2017). Nighttime warming increases winter-sown wheat yield across major Chinese cropping regions. Field Crops Research, 214, 202-210. Abstract.
(2017). Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria are more effective under drought: a meta-analysis. Plant and Soil, 416(1-2), 309-323. Abstract.
Van Groenigen JW, Van Kessel C, Hungate BA, Oenema O, Powlson DS, Van Groenigen KJ (2017). Response to the Letter to the Editor Regarding Our Viewpoint "Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: a Nitrogen Dilemma". Environ Sci Technol, 51(20), 11503-11504. Author URL.  Full text.
van Groenigen JW, van Kessel C, Hungate BA, Oenema O, Powlson DS, van Groenigen KJ (2017). Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: a Nitrogen Dilemma. Environ Sci Technol, 51(9), 4738-4739. Author URL.  Full text.

2016

Luo Y, Ahlstrom A, Allison SD, Batjes NH, Brovkin V, Carvalhais N, Chappell A, Ciais P, Davidson EA, Finzi AC, et al (2016). Toward more realistic projections of soil carbon dynamics by Earth system models. GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 30(1), 40-56. Author URL.

2015

van Groenigen KJ, Xia J, Osenberg CW, Luo Y, Hungate BA (2015). Application of a two-pool model to soil carbon dynamics under elevated CO2. Glob Chang Biol, 21(12), 4293-4297. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2015). High carbon use efficiency in soil microbial communities is related to balanced growth, not storage compound synthesis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 89, 35-43. Abstract.
Lundy ME, Pittelkow CM, Linquist BA, Liang X, van Groenigen KJ, Lee J, Six J, Venterea RT, van Kessel C (2015). Nitrogen fertilization reduces yield declines following no-till adoption. Field Crops Research, 183, 204-210. Abstract.
Pittelkow CM, Liang X, Linquist BA, van Groenigen KJ, Lee J, Lundy ME, van Gestel N, Six J, Venterea RT, van Kessel C, et al (2015). Productivity limits and potentials of the principles of conservation agriculture. Nature, 517(7534), 365-368. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lubbers IM, van Groenigen KJ, Brussaard L, van Groenigen JW (2015). Reduced greenhouse gas mitigation potential of no-tillage soils through earthworm activity. Sci Rep, 5 Abstract.  Author URL.
(2015). When does no-till yield more? a global meta-analysis. Field Crops Research, 183, 156-168. Abstract.

2014

Hagerty SB, Van Groenigen KJ, Allison SD, Hungate BA, Schwartz E, Koch GW, Kolka RK, Dijkstra P (2014). Accelerated microbial turnover but constant growth efficiency with warming in soil. Nature Climate Change, 4(10), 903-906. Abstract.
van Groenigen JW, Lubbers IM, Vos HMJ, Brown GG, De Deyn GB, van Groenigen KJ (2014). Earthworms increase plant production: a meta-analysis. Sci Rep, 4 Abstract.  Author URL.
van Groenigen KJ, Qi X, Osenberg CW, Luo Y, Hungate BA (2014). Faster decomposition under increased atmospheric CO₂ limits soil carbon storage. Science, 344(6183), 508-509. Abstract.  Author URL.

2013

van Kessel C, Venterea R, Six J, Adviento-Borbe MA, Linquist B, van Groenigen KJ (2013). Climate, duration, and N placement determine N2 O emissions in reduced tillage systems: a meta-analysis. Glob Chang Biol, 19(1), 33-44. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2013). Enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizers for rice systems: Meta-analysis of yield and nitrogen uptake. Field Crops Research, 154, 246-254. Abstract.
(2013). Greenhouse-gas emissions from soils increased by earthworms. Nature Climate Change, 3(3), 187-194. Abstract.
(2013). Increased greenhouse-gas intensity of rice production under future atmospheric conditions. Nature Climate Change, 3(3), 288-291. Abstract.
(2013). Using metabolic tracer techniques to assess the impact of tillage and straw management on microbial carbon use efficiency in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 66, 139-145. Abstract.

2012

(2012). An agronomic assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from major cereal crops. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 194-209. Abstract.
(2012). Bioenergy from "surplus" land: Environmental and socio-economic implications. BioRisk(7), 5-50. Abstract.
(2012). Effects of multiple global change treatments on soil N <inf>2</inf>O fluxes. Biogeochemistry, 109(1-3), 85-100. Abstract.
(2012). Fertilizer management practices and greenhouse gas emissions from rice systems: a quantitative review and analysis. Field Crops Research, 135, 10-21. Abstract.

2011

van Groenigen KJ, Osenberg CW, Hungate BA (2011). Increased soil emissions of potent greenhouse gases under increased atmospheric CO2. Nature, 475(7355), 214-216. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2011). Soil C storage as affected by tillage and straw management: an assessment using field measurements and model predictions. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 140(1-2), 218-225. Abstract.

2010

(2010). Abundance, production and stabilization of microbial biomass under conventional and reduced tillage. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42(1), 48-55. Abstract.
(2010). Towards an agronomic assessment of N<inf>2</inf>O emissions: a case study for arable crops. European Journal of Soil Science, 61(6), 903-913. Abstract.

2009

(2009). Assessing the effect of elevated carbon dioxide on soil carbon: a comparison of four meta-analyses. Global Change Biology, 15(8), 2020-2034. Abstract.
DONDINI M, VAN GROENIGEN K-J, DEL GALDO I, JONES MB (2009). Carbon sequestration under Miscanthus: a study of 13C distribution in soil aggregates. GCB Bioenergy, 1(5), 321-330.

2007

(2007). Elevated CO<inf>2</inf> does not favor a fungal decomposition pathway. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39(8), 2168-2172. Abstract.

2006

van Groenigen K-J, Six J, Hungate BA, de Graaff M-A, van Breemen N, van Kessel C (2006). Element interactions limit soil carbon storage. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 103(17), 6571-6574. Abstract.  Author URL.
(2006). Interactions between plant growth and soil nutrient cycling under elevated CO<inf>2</inf>: a meta-analysis. Global Change Biology, 12(11), 2077-2091. Abstract.
van Groenigen KJ, de Graaff MA, Six JW, Harris D, Kuikman P, van Kessel C (2006). The impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 on soil C and N dynamics: a meta-analysis. In Nösberger J, Long SP, Norby RJ, Stitt M, Hendrey GR, Blum H (Eds.) Managed Ecosystems and CO2 Case Studies, Processes, and Perspectives, Springer Science & Business Media. Abstract.

2005

(2005). Decomposition of <sup>14</sup>C-labeled roots in a pasture soil exposed to 10 years of elevated CO <inf>2</inf>. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 37(3), 497-506. Abstract.

2003

Van Groenigen KJ, Six J, Harris D, Blum H, Van Kessel C (2003). Soil C-13-N-15 dynamics in an N-2-fixing clover system under long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY, 9(12), 1751-1762. Author URL.
(2003). Soil<sup>13</sup>C-<sup>15</sup>N dynamics in an N<inf>2</inf>-fixing clover system under long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO<inf>2</inf>. Global Change Biology, 9(12), 1751-1762. Abstract.

2002

(2002). Linking sequestration of <sup>13</sup>C and <sup>15</sup>N in aggregates in a pasture soil following 8 years of elevated atmospheric CO<inf>2</inf>. Global Change Biology, 8(11), 1094-1108. Abstract.

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External Engagment and Impact

Awards/Honorary fellowships

2016 RCA award for most significant research at Northern Arizona University

2010 IRC-Marie Curie International Mobility Fellowship in Science, Engineering and Technology


Editorial responsibilities

2017-present       Editorial Board, Geoderma

2016-present       Associate Editor, Biogeosciences

2012-2015           Section Editor, Plant and Soil

2011-present       Editorial Board, Plant and Soil


Invited lectures

  1. van Groenigen KJ (2017). Studying plants and soil through meta-analysis: strengths, limitations and opportunities. Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China.
  2. van Groenigen KJ (2015). Microbial feedbacks to elevated atmospheric CO2. University of Amsterdam, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, the Netherlands.
  3. van Groenigen KJ (2014). Faster decomposition under increased atmospheric CO2 limits soil carbon storage. Wageningen University, Dept. of Soil Quality, the Netherlands.
  4. van Groenigen KJ (2013). Future atmospheric conditions increase the greenhouse-gas intensity of rice production. University of Oklahoma, Dept. of Microbiology and Plant Biology, USA.

Media Coverage

- Interview with  www.laboratoryequipment.com, for their column “Scientist of the week

- Interview on Capitol Public Radio (USA)

- Interview with news agency Reuters

- Articles in several international news outlets, including the New York times.

Supervision / Group

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