Oelbermann, Ph.D. Maren

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E-Mail: moelbermann@uwaterloo.ca

Associate Professor
Department of Environment and Resource Studies
University of Waterloo, CANADA

Tel: +1-519-888-4567 Ext. 37552
Fax: +1-519-746-0292

Web: http://www.moelbermann.com/



Thematische Schwerpunkte

Organisches Bodenmaterial, Boden Kohlenstoffkreiselauf, Boden Stickstoffkreislauf, Treibhausgase, Wirkung der Biokohle auf die Bodenfruchtbarkeit, Auswirkungen der erhoeten CO2 Konzentrationen auf den Boden, Modellierung des Organischen Bodenmaterial so wie Kohlenstoff und Stickstoff, Agroforstwirtschaft, Mischkulturanbau (intercropping), Isotopenanalyse (13C, 15N, 18O), Landnutzungsaenderungen, Landwirtschaft in Tropischen und Gemaessigten Zonen

Geographische Schwerpunkte

Argentinien, Costa Rica, Brasilien, Mexiko, Kanada

Geburtsdatum, -ort

Juni 1968, Radevormwald

Beruflicher Werdegang

Post Doctoral Fellowship: Stable Isotope Techniques, University of Waterloo, Kanada, Post Doctoral Fellowship: Tropical Soils, Cornell University, USA, Ph.D. Soil Science: University of Guelph, Kanada, M.Sc. Environmental Biology: University of Guelph, Kanada, B.Sc. Bioloty: University of Guelph / University of British Columbia, Kanada,

Mitglied in wissenschaftlichen Vereinigungen

Canadian Society of Soil Science, Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative, Centre for Ecosystem Resilience and Adaptation, Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change, International Union of Soil Scientists, World Association of Soil and Water Conservation, Agricultural Institute of Canada

Gesprochene Sprachen

Deutsch, Englisch, Spanisch

Gelesene Sprachen

Deutsch, Englisch, Spanisch


Soil in the Environment, Tropical Ecosystems, Forest Ecosystems and Management Modeling Soil Ecosystem Dynamics

Betreute Arbeiten

Post Doc: Soil Biochemical Characteristics in Intercropped and Sole Cropped Soils

Post Doc: Soil Microbial Biomass C and N in Biochar Amended Soils

Ph.D.: Soil Nitrogen Transformations and N2O Emissions in Intercrops

M.E.S.: Implementing Agroforestry Systems on Marginal Lands to Enhance Carbon Sequestration and Biodiversity in Sri Lanka

M.E.S.: Application of Isotope Dillution Techniques in Intercrops

M.E.S.: 13C-Co2 from microbial respiration in intercrops and solecrops

M.E.S.: Changes in plant community dynamics and soil as a result in redpine plantations

M.E.S.: Effect of N-enriched biochar on plant growth and soil fertility

M.E.S.: Agroforestry Community Gardens in Remote First Nations of Canada

M.E.S.: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Rehabilitated and Undisturbed Riparian Zones

M.E.S.: Carbon Dynamics and Soil Microbial Communities in Arctic Soils

M.E.S.: Soil Physical Characteristics and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Cereal-Legume Intercrops

M.E.S.: Agroforestry Tree Seedling Growth under Elevated CO2 Concentrations

M.E.S.: Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in Complex Agroecosystems

M.E.S.: Elemental Leaching of Leaves Collected in Forest Littertraps

M.E.S.: Adaptation to Climate Change in Costa Rica

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics and Transformations in Complex Agroecosystems of the Argentine Pampa

Rehabilitation of Marginal Lands with Agroforestry Systems in Sri Lanka

Agroforestry Community Gardens in First Nations of Canada

Koop. mit ibero-amerikanischen Institutionen

CATIE (Costa Rica), INTA (Argentinien), University of Mar del Plata (Argentinien)

Beratungstätigkeit/Arbeit in Gremien

Publikationen (Auswahl)


Dil, M.*, Oelbermann, M. 2012. The influence of nitrogen-enriched biochar on maize (Zea mays L.) biomass and soil biochemical characteristics. European Journal of Soil Science (in review).

Jorge-Mustonen, P.S., Oelbermann, M., Kass, D.C.L. 2012. Production of Phaseolus vulgaris L. genotypes in a cut-and-carry system with Tithonia diversifolia (Hemsl.) Gray and Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Agronomy (in review).

Jorge-Mustonen, P.S., Oelbermann, M., Kass, D.C.L. 2012. Biomass production and phosphorus use efficiency in two Tithonia diversifolia (Hemsl.) Gray genotypes. Journal of Plant Nutrition (in review).

Jorge-Mustonen, P.S.., Oelbermann, M., Kass, D.C.L. 2012. Response of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to Tithonia diversifolia (Hamsl.) Grey biomass retention or removal. Agroforestry Systems (in review).

Corrigan, C.*, Oelbermann, M. 2012. Mass and Nutrient Loss of Leaf Litter Collecting in Littertraps: An In- and Ex-Situ Study. Forest Science Journal (accepted September 3, 2012).

Dyer, L.*, Oelbermann, M., Echarte, L.** 2012 Soil carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide emissions during the growing season of maize-soybean intercropping and sole cropping systems. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 175:994-400.

Jorge-Mustonen, P.S., Oelbermann, M., Kass, D.C.L. 2012. Using Tithonia diversifolia in a short fallow system to increase soil phosphorus availability on a Costa Rican Andosol. Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:93-103.

Esmail, S.*, Oelbermann, M. 2011. Impact of climate change on the growth of tropical agroforestry tree seedlings. Agroforestry Systems 83:235-244.

Vachon, K.*, Oelbermann, M. 2011. Crop residue input and decomposition in maize-soybean intercropping systems. Soil Science 176:157-163.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P. 2011. An evaluation of the Century model to predict soil organic carbon in tropical and temperate agroforestry systems. Agroforestry Systems 81:37-45.

Oelbermann, M., Echarte, L.** 2011. Evaluating soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics in recently established maize-soybean intercropping systems. European Journal of Soil Science 62:35-41.

Oelbermann, M. 2010. The role of complex agroecosystems in climate change mitigation. 2010. Agricultural Journal 4:47-48.

Smith, C.E.*, Oelbermann, M. 2010. Climate change perception and adaptation in a remote Costa Rican agricultural community. Agricultural Journal 4:72-79.

Oelbermann, M., Schiff, S.L. 2010. Inundating boreal forest soil with contrasting soil organic carbon stocks: CO2 and CH4 production rates. Ecoscience 17:216-224.

Oelbermann, M., Schiff, S.L. 2010. The redistribution of soil carbon and nitrogen and greenhouse gas production rates as a result of flooding. Soil Science 175:72-80.

Corrigan, C.*, Oelbermann, M. 2010. Influence of moisture and freeze-thaw on leaf microbial community dynamics. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40:394-400.

Oelbermann, M. 2008. Mitigating climate change with agroforestry land management practices in tropical environments. Natural Resources Forum Viewpoints on: How can sustainable land management contribute to mitigating climate change? Natural Resources Forum 32:252-253.

Oelbermann, M., Schiff, S. 2008. Quantifying carbon dioxide and methane emissions and carbon dynamics from flooded boreal forest soil. Journal of Environmental Quality 37:2037-2047.

Oelbermann, M., English, M., Schiff, S.L. 2008. Evaluating carbon dynamics and microbial activity in arctic soils under warmer temperatures. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 88:31-44.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P. 2007. Carbon and nitrogen in a temperate agroforestry system: Using stable isotopes as a tool to understand soil dynamics. Ecological Engineering 29:342-349.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., N.V. Thevathasan, A.M. Gordon, Kass, D.C.L., Schlönvoigt, A.M. 2006. Soil carbon dynamics and residue stabilization in a Costa Rican and southern Canadian alley cropping system. Agroforestry Systems 68:27-36.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., Kass, D.C.L., Schlönvoigt, A.M. 2006. Soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics using stable isotopes in 19- and 10-year old tropical agroforestry systems. Geoderma 130:356-367.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., Kass, D.C.L., Schlönvoigt, A.M. 2005. Decomposition of Erythrina poeppigiana leaves in 3-, 9-, and 18-year old alleycropping systems in Costa Rica. Agroforestry Systems 63:23-28.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., Kass, D.C.L., Schlönvoigt, A.M. 2005. Above- and below-ground carbon inputs in 19-, 10-, and 4-year old Costa Rican alley cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 105:163-172.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P. Schlönvoigt, A.M. 2004. Cuantificación del carbono radicular en sistemas agroforestales de Erythrina poeppigiana de cuatro y diez años, establecidos en callejones en Costa Rica. Agroforestería en las Americas 41-42:92-97.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., Kass, D.C.L. 2004. Gliricidia sepium carbon inputs and soil carbon pools in a Costa Rican alley cropping system. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 2:33-42.

Oelbermann, M., Voroney, R.P., Gordon, A.M. 2004. Carbon sequestration in tropical and temperate agroforestry systems: A review with examples from Costa Rica and Southern Canada. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 104:359-377.

Oelbermann, M. and Gordon, A.M. 2001. Retention of leaf litter in streams from riparian plantings in southern Ontario, Canada. Agroforestry Systems 53:323-331.

Oelbermann, M., Gordon, A.M. 2000. Quantity and quality of autumnal litterfall into a rehabilitated agricultural stream. Journal of Environmental Quality 29:603-612.


Oelbermann, M., Smith, C.E.*. 2011. Climate Change Adaptation through Agroforestry Practices: A Case Study from Costa Rica. In: Pereira, T. (ed) Global Warming. Intech Publishing ISBN: 978-953-307-428-3, pp. 125-138.

Oelbermann, M. 2009. The role of Arachis pintoi cover crops in sequestering carbon in agroforestry systems. In: Latos, T. (ed.). Cover Crops and Crop Yields. Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, pp. 245-264.

Oelbermann, M., Gordon, A.M., Kaushik, N.K. 2008. Biophysical changes resulting from 16-years of riparian forest rehabilitation: an example from a southern Ontario landscape. In: Jose, S. and Gordon, A.M. (eds.). Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach. Advances in Agroforestry, Springer Sciences and Business Media, pp. 13-26.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 16.10.2012