Calabi-Floody, M., Medina, J., Suazoa, J,, Ordiqueoa M., Aponte, H., , Mora, M.L., Rumpel, C., 2019: Optimization of wheat straw co-composting for carrier material development. Waste Management, 98, 37-49.

Rumpel, C., 2019: Soils linked to climate change. Nature, 572, 442–443.

Herzog, C., Hartmann, M., Frey, B., Rumpel, C., Buchmann, N., Brunner Y., 2019: Microbial succession on decomposing root litter in a drought-prone Scots pine forest. ISME Journal, 13, 2346–2362.

Paradelo, R., Lerch, T., Houot, S., Dignac ,M.-F. 2019: Composting modifies the patterns of incorporation of OC and N from plant residues into soil aggregates. Geoderma 353, 415-422.

Lerch, T.Z., Dignac, M.-F., Thevenot, M., Mguerchi, C., Houot, S. 2019:Chemical changes during composting of plant residues reduce their mineralisation in soil and cancel the priming effect. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 136, 107525.

Pronin, C., Panetieri, M., Torn, K., Rumpel, C., 2019: Stable carbon isotopic composition of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) as a driving factor of aquatic plants organic matter build-up related to salinity. Ecological Indicators, 99, 230-239.

Xu, Y., Sarkar, B., Sik Ok, Y., Rumpel, C., Sparks, D., Zhang, W., Farrell, M., Hall, T.A., Bolan, N., Seshadri, B., Dong, Z., 2019: Microbial functional diversity and carbon use feedback in soils as affected by heavy metals. Environment International, 125, 478-488.

Moinet, G.Y.K., Midwood A.J., Hunt, J.E., Rumpel, C., Millard, P., Chabbi, A., 2019: Grassland management influences the response of soil respiration to drought. Agronomy 9, 124; doi:10.3390/agronomy9030124

Redel, Y., Staunton, S., Durán, P., Gianfreda, L., Rumpel, C., Mora, M.L., 2019: Fertilizer P Uptake Determined by Soil P Fractionation and Phosphatase Activity. Journal for Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 19, 166-174.

Poblete-Grant, P., Biron, P., Bariac, T., Cartes, P., Mora, M.L., Rumpel, C., 2019: Synergistic and antagonistic effects of poultry manure and phosphate rock on soil P availability, ryegrass production and nutrient uptake. MDPI Agronomy, 9, 191; doi:10.3390/agronomy9040191