Emilia Urbanek
Emilia Urbanek
Royal Society Research Fellow, Swansea University
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Physical carbon‐sequestration mechanisms under special consideration of soil wettability
J Bachmann, G Guggenberger, T Baumgartl, RH Ellerbrock, E Urbanek, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171 (1), 14-26, 2008
1822008
Water repellency and distribution of hydrophilic and hydrophobic compounds in soil aggregates from different tillage systems
E Urbanek, P Hallett, D Feeney, R Horn
Geoderma 140 (1-2), 147-155, 2007
1182007
Impacts of prescribed fire on soil loss and soil quality: An assessment based on an experimentally-burned catchment in central Portugal
RA Shakesby, CPM Bento, CSS Ferreira, AJD Ferreira, CR Stoof, ...
Catena 128, 278-293, 2015
672015
Impact of stone content on water movement in water‐repellent sand
E Urbanek, RA Shakesby
European Journal of Soil Science 60 (3), 412-419, 2009
512009
Total and fresh organic carbon distribution in aggregate size classes and single aggregate regions using natural 13C/12C tracer
E Urbanek, AJM Smucker, R Horn
Geoderma 164 (3-4), 164-171, 2011
402011
Changes in soil organic matter, bulk density and tensile strength of aggregates after percolation in soils after conservation and conventional tillage
E Urbanek, R Horn
International agrophysics 20 (3), 2006
242006
Compatibility of methods used for soil water repellency determination for organic and organo-mineral soils
E Papierowska, W Matysiak, J Szatyłowicz, G Debaene, E Urbanek, ...
Geoderma 314, 221-231, 2018
222018
Patterns of soil water repellency change with wetting and drying: The influence of cracks, roots and drainage conditions
E Urbanek, RPD Walsh, RA Shakesby
Hydrological Processes 29 (12), 2799-2813, 2015
152015
Patterns of soil water repellency change with wetting and drying: the influence of cracks, roots and drainage conditions
R Urbanek, E., Walsh, R. & Shakesby
Hydrological Processes, 2014
15*2014
Influence of initial water content on the wettability of autoclaved soils
E Urbanek, M Bodi, SH Doerr, RA Shakesby
Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (6), 2086-2088, 2010
132010
Water repellency reduces soil CO2 efflux upon rewetting
C Sánchez-García, BRF Oliveira, JJ Keizer, SH Doerr, E Urbanek
Science of the Total Environment 708, 135014, 2020
122020
CO2 efflux from soils with seasonal water repellency
E Urbanek, SH Doerr
Biogeosciences 14 (20), 4781-4794, 2017
122017
Why are aggregates destroyed in low intensity fire?
E Urbanek
Plant and soil 362 (1), 33-36, 2013
122013
Hydrophobicity of soil
PD Hallett, J Bachmann, H Czachor, E Urbanek, ZB Zhang, J Glinski, ...
Encyclopedia of Agrophysics, 378-383, 2011
82011
Methanogenic potential of archived soils
M Brzezińska, E Urbanek, P Szarlip, T Włodarczyk, P Bulak, A Walkiewicz, ...
Carpathian J Earth Env 9, 79-90, 2014
72014
Methanogenic potential of archived soils
M Brzezińska, E Urbanek, P Szarlip, T Włodarczyk, P Bulak, A Walkiewicz, ...
Carpathian J Earth Env 9, 79-90, 2014
72014
Temporal changes in sediment, organic matter and nutrient losses following an experimental fire in Atlantic-Mediterranean heath, central Portugal
R Shakesby, C Ferreira, R Walsh, E Urbanek, A Ferreira, C Stoof, ...
VI International Conference on Forest Fire Research, edited by: Viegas, DX …, 2010
72010
Wildfires in Portugal: characteristics, soil degradational impacts and mitigation measures
R Shakesby, AJD Ferreira, CSS Ferreira, CR Stoof, E Urbanek, ...
Desire, 2009
72009
Tensile and erosive strength of soil macro-aggregates from soils under different management system
E Urbanek, R Horn, AJM Smucker
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 62 (4), 324, 2014
62014
Tensile and erosive strength of soil macro-aggregates from soils under different management system
AS Emilia Urbanek, Rainer Horn
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 62 (4), 324–333, 2014
62014
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