Wolfgang Wilcke
Wolfgang Wilcke
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Geography and Geoecology
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TitleCited byYear
Synopsis polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in soil—a review
W Wilcke
Journal of plant nutrition and soil science 163 (3), 229-248, 2000
The role of biodiversity for element cycling and trophic interactions: an experimental approach in a grassland community
C Roscher, J Schumacher, J Baade, W Wilcke, G Gleixner, WW Weisser, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 5 (2), 107-121, 2004
Urban soil contamination in Bangkok: heavy metal and aluminium partitioning in topsoils
W Wilcke, S Müller, N Kanchanakool, W Zech
Geoderma 86 (3-4), 211-228, 1998
Global patterns of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in soil
W Wilcke
Geoderma 141 (3-4), 157-166, 2007
Biodiversity at multiple trophic levels is needed for ecosystem multifunctionality
S Soliveres, F Van Der Plas, P Manning, D Prati, MM Gossner, SC Renner, ...
Nature 536 (7617), 456, 2016
Land use intensification alters ecosystem multifunctionality via loss of biodiversity and changes to functional composition
E Allan, P Manning, F Alt, J Binkenstein, S Blaser, N Blüthgen, S Böhm, ...
Ecology letters 18 (8), 834-843, 2015
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in hydromorphic soils of the tropical metropolis Bangkok
W Wilcke, S Müller, N Kanchanakool, C Niamskul, W Zech
Geoderma 91 (3-4), 297-309, 1999
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls in forest soils: depth distribution as indicator of different fate
M Krauss, W Wilcke, W Zech
Environmental Pollution 110 (1), 79-88, 2000
Availability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) to earthworms in urban soils
M Krauss, W Wilcke, W Zech
Environmental science & technology 34 (20), 4335-4340, 2000
Rainfall interception in a lower montane forest in Ecuador: effects of canopy properties
K Fleischbein, W Wilcke, R Goller, J Boy, C Valarezo, W Zech, K Knoblich
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (7), 1355-1371, 2005
PM2. 5-bound oxygenated PAHs, nitro-PAHs and parent-PAHs from the atmosphere of a Chinese megacity: seasonal variation, sources and cancer risk assessment
BAM Bandowe, H Meusel, R Huang, K Ho, J Cao, T Hoffmann, W Wilcke
Science of the total environment 473, 77-87, 2014
Nutrient storage and turnover in organic layers under tropical montane rain forest in Ecuador
W Wilcke, S Yasin, U Abramowski, C Valarezo, W Zech
European Journal of Soil Science 53 (1), 15-27, 2002
Atmospheric versus biological sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in a tropical rain forest environment
M Krauss, W Wilcke, C Martius, AG Bandeira, MVB Garcia, W Amelung
Environmental Pollution 135 (1), 143-154, 2005
Polychlorinated naphthalenes in urban soils: analysis, concentrations, and relation to other persistent organic pollutants
M Krauss, W Wilcke
Environmental Pollution 122 (1), 75-89, 2003
Persistent organic pollutants in native grassland soils along a climosequence in North America
W Wilcke, W Amelung
PAH-pools in soils along a PAH-deposition gradient
W Wilcke, W Zech, J Kobža
Environmental Pollution 92 (3), 307-313, 1996
Stable Cu and Zn isotope ratios as tracers of sources and transport of Cu and Zn in contaminated soil
M Bigalke, S Weyer, J Kobza, W Wilcke
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (23), 6801-6813, 2010
Carbon isotope signature of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs): evidence for different sources in tropical and temperate environments?
W Wilcke, M Krauss, W Amelung
Environmental science & technology 36 (16), 3530-3535, 2002
Soil and plant nitrogen pools as related to plant diversity in an experimental grassland
Y Oelmann, W Wilcke, VM Temperton, N Buchmann, C Roscher, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (3), 720-729, 2007
Chemical fractionation of phosphorus, sulphur, and molybdenum in Brazilian savannah Oxisols under different land use
J Lilienfein, W Wilcke, MA Ayarza, L Vilela, S do Carmo Lima, W Zech
Geoderma 96 (1-2), 31-46, 2000
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