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Else Bünemann-König
(PD Dr. sc. nat.)

Departement für Bodenwissenschaften
FiBL
Ackerstrasse 113
CH-5070 Frick

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Bünemann-König Else

Arbeitsgebiete

  • Bodenqualität
  • Bodenmikrobiologie
  • Bodenfunktionen
  • Nährstoffmanagement

Ausbildung / beruflicher Werdegang

  • Seit September 2015 am FiBL, Frick
  • Seit Februar 2015 Privatdozentin ETH Zürich
  • 2006 - 2015 Oberassistentin ETH Zürich (Gruppe Pflanzenernährung, Prof. E. Frossard)
  • 2004 - 2006 Postdoc an der Universität Adelaide, Australien;  Projekt über biologische Prozesse im Phosphorkreislauf, finanziert von der Grains Research & Development Corporation ( mit Dr. A. McNeill, Dr. P. Marschner, Prof. M.J. McLaughlin)
  • 1999 - 2003 Doktorandin ETH Zürich (Gruppe Pflanzenernährung, Prof. E. Frossard); Projekt zur Phosphordynamik in verbesserten Leguminosenbrachen in Westkenia, in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Internationalen Agroforstzentrum, Nairobi, Kenia
  • 1998 - 1999 Junior Fellow an der Universität Bonn, Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung (Prof. P.L.G. Vlek)
  • 1992 - 1998 Studium Biologie an den Universitäten Tübingen und Göttingen, Deutschland; Diplomarbeit im Deutsch-Brasilianischen Forschungsprogramm SHIFT (Studies of Human Impact on Forests and Floodplains in the Tropics), Belem, Brasilien

Gremienmitarbeit / weitere Aktivitäten

  • Member of the Editorial Board of Biology & Fertility of Soils
  • Mitgliedschaften: Deutsche Bodenkundliche Gesellschaft, Bodenkundliche Gesellschaft der Schweiz, FachFrauen Umwelt

Publikationen

Publikationen in der Datenbank Organic Eprints

 

Nicht in der Datenbank Organic Eprints erfasste Publikationen (peer reviewed):

2015

  • Traoré O.Y.A., Kiba D.I., Arnold M.C., Fliessbach A., Oberholzer H.R., Nacro H.B., Lompo F., Oberson A., Frossard E., Bünemann E.K. (accepted): Fertilization practices alter microbial nutrient limitations in a Ferric Acrisol. Biology & Fertility of Soils
  • Ragot SA, Kertesz MA and Bünemann EK (2015):  Diversity of the phoD alkaline phosphatase gene in soil. Accepted manuscript posted online 7 August 2015, doi: 10.1128/AEM.01823-15 Applied Environmental Microbiology AEM.01823-15
  • Bünemann EK (2015): Assessment of gross and net mineralization rates of soil organic phosphorus – a review. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 89, 82-98.
  • Annaheim KE, Doolette AL, Smernik RJ, Mayer J, Oberson A, Frossard E, Bünemann EK (2015): Long-term addition of organic fertilizers has little effect on soil organic phosphorus as characterized by 31P NMR spectroscopy and enzyme additions. Geoderma 257-258: 67-77.
    Nesper N, Bünemann EK, Fonte SJ, Rao IM; Velásquez J, Ramirez B,
  • Hegglin D, Frossard E, Oberson, A (2015): Pasture degradation decreases organic P content of tropical soils due to soil structural decline. Geoderma 257-258: 123-133.
  • Randriamanantsoa L, Frossard E, Oberson A, Bünemann EK (2015): Gross phosphorus fluxes can be measured in a highly weathered tropical soil using an isotopic dilution method. Geoderma 257-258: 86-93.

2014

  • Müller C and Bünemann EK (2014): A 33P tracing model for quantifying gross P transformation rates in soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 76, 218-226.
  • Borda T, Celi L, Bünemann EK, Oberson A, Frossard E, Barberis E (2014): Fertilization strategies affect phosphorus forms and release from soils and suspended solids. Journal of Environmental Quality 43, 1024-1031.
  • Welc M, Frossard E, Egli S, Bünemann EK, Jansa J (2014): Rhizosphere fungal assemblages and soil enzymatic activities in a 110-years alpine chronosequence. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 74: 21-30.
  • Fonte S, Nesper M, Hegglin D, Velásquez JE, Ramirez B, Rao IM, Bernasconi SM, Bünemann EK, Frossard E, Oberson A (2014): Pasture degradation impacts soil phosphorus storage via changes to aggregate-associated soil organic matter in highly weathered tropical soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 68: 150-157.
  • Liebisch F, Keller F, Huguenin-Elie O, Oberson A, Frossard E, Bünemann EK (2014): Seasonal dynamics of microbial phosphorus in a permanent grassland. Biology and Fertility of Soils 50: 465-475.

2013

  • Annaheim KE, Rufener C, Frossard E, Bünemann EK (2013): Hydrolysis of organic phosphorus in soil water suspensions after addition of phosphatase enzymes. Biology & Fertility of Soils 49:1203–1213.
  • Bünemann EK, Keller B, Hoop D, Jud K, Boivin P, Frossard E (2013): Increased availability of phosphorus after drying and rewetting of a grassland soil: processes and plant use. Plant and Soil 370, 511-526.
  • Liebisch F, Bünemann EK, Huguenin-Elie O, Jeangros B, Frossard E,
  • Oberson A (2013): Plant phosphorus indicators evaluated in agricultural grasslands managed at different intensities. European Journal of Agronomy 44: 67-77.

2012

  • Keller M, Oberson A, Annaheim KE, Tamburini F, Mäder P, Mayer J, Frossard E, Bünemann EK (2012): Phosphorus forms and enzymatic hydrolysability of organic phosphorus in soils after 30 years of organic and conventional farming. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 175, 385-393.
  • Welc M, Bünemann EK, Fließbach A, Frossard E, Jansa J (2012): Soil bacterial and fungal communities along a soil chronosequence assessed by fatty acid profiling. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 49: 184-192.
  • Bünemann EK, Oberson A, Liebisch F, Keller F, Annaheim KE, Huguenin-Elie O, Frossard E (2012): Rapid microbial phosphorus immobilization dominates gross phosphorus fluxes in a grassland soil with low inorganic phosphorus availability. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 51, 84-95.
  • Tamburini F, Pfahler V, Bünemann EK, Gülland K, Bernasconi SM, Frossard E (2012): Oxygen isotopes unravel the role of microorganisms in phosphate cycling in soils. Environmental Science & Technology 46, 5956-5962.

2011

  • Bernasconi SM, Bauder A, Bourdon B, Brunner I, Bünemann E, Christl I, Derungs N, Edwards P, Farinotti D, Frey B, Frossard E, Furrer G, Gierga M, Göransson H, Gülland K, Hagedorn F, Hajdas I, Hindshaw R, Ivy-Ochs S,Jansa J, Jonas T, Kiczka M, Kretzschmar R, Lemarchand E, Luster J,
  • Magnusson J, Mitchell EAD, Olde Venterink H, Plötze M, Reynolds B, Smittenberg R, Stähli M, Tamburini F, Tipper ET, Wacker L, Welc M, Wiederhold JG, Zeyer J, Zimmermann S, Zumsteg A (2011): Chemical and biological gradients along the Damma Glacier soil chronosequence, Switzerland. Vadose Zone Journal 10, 867-883.

2010

  • Ehlers K, Bakken LR, Frostegård Å, Frossard E, Bünemann EK (2010): Phosphorus limitation in a Ferralsol: Impact on microbial activity and cell-internal P pools. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42, 558-566.

2009

  • McBeath T, McLaughlin MJ, Lombi E, Bünemann EK (2009): Exchangeability of orthophosphate and pyrophosphate in soils: A double isotopic labelling study. Plant & Soil 314:243-252.
  • Butterly CR, Bünemann EK, McNeill AM, Baldock JA and Marschner P (2009): Carbon pulses but not phosphorus pulses are related to decreases in microbial biomass during repeated drying and rewetting of soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41: 1406-1416.
  • Frossard E, Bünemann E, Jansa J, Oberson A and Feller C (2009): Concepts and practices of nutrient management in agroecosystems: Can we draw lessons from history to design future sustainable agricultural production systems? Bodenkultur 60 (1-4) 43-60.

2008

  • Bünemann EK, Marschner P, Smernik R, Conyers, M, and McNeill AM (2008): Soil organic phosphorus and microbial community composition as affected by 26 years of different management strategies. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44:717-726.
  • Bünemann EK (2008): Enzyme additions as a tool to assess the potential bioavailability of organically bound nutrients. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 2116-2129.
  • Bünemann EK, Smernik R, Doolette AL, Marschner P, Stonor R, Wakelin, SA, McNeill AM (2008): Forms of phosphorus in bacteria and fungi isolated from two Australian soils. Soil Biology & Biochemstry 40, 1908-1915.
  • Ehlers K, Bünemann EK, Oberson A, Frossard E, Frostegard A, Yuejian M, Bakken LR (2008): Extraction of soil bacteria from a tropical Ferralsol. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 1940-1946.
  • McBeath T, McLaughlin MJ, Lombi E, Bünemann EK (2008): Isotopic exchangeablility, hydrolysis and mobilization reactions of pyrophosphate in soil: Soil Science Society of America Journal 72:1337-1343.
  • Ha KV, Marschner P and Bünemann EK (2008): Dynamics of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and microbial community composition in particulate organic matter during decomposition of residues. Plant and Soil 303, 253-264.
  • Bünemann EK, Smernik RJ, Marschner P and McNeill AM (2008): Microbial synthesis of organic and condensed forms of P in acid and calcareous soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 932-946.

2007

  • Bünemann EK, Marschner P, McNeill AM and McLaughlin MJ (2007): Measuring rates of gross and net mineralisation of organic phosphorus in soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:900-913.
  • Dougherty WJ, Smernik RJ, Bünemann EK and Chittleborough DJ (2007): On the use of HF pre-treatment of soils for 31P NMR analyses. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71, 1111-1118.
  • Ha, KV, Marschner P, Bünemann EK and Smernik RJ (2007): Chemical changes and phosphorus release during decomposition of pea residues in soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:2696-2699.
  • McBeath TM, Lombi E, McLaughlin MJ and Bünemann EK (2007): Pyrophosphate and orthophosphate addition to soils: sorption, cation concentrations and dissolved organic carbon. Australian Journal of Soil Research 45: 237-245.
  • McBeath TM, Lombi E, McLaughlin MJ and Bünemann EK (2007): Polyphosphate fertiliser solution stability with time, temperature and pH. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 170, 387-391.
  • McBeath TM, Lombi E, McLaughlin MJ and Bünemann EK (2007): Polyphosphate speciation for soil and fertiliser analysis. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 38:2445-2460.

2006

  • Bünemann EK, Heenan DP, Marschner P and McNeill AM (2006): Long-term effects of crop rotation, stubble management and tillage on soil phosphorus dynamics in a Chromic Luvisol from New South Wales, Australia. Australian Journal of Soil Research 44, 611–618.
  • Bünemann EK, Schwenke GD, van Zwieten L (2006): Impact of agricultural inputs on soil organisms – a review. Australian Journal of Soil Research 44, 379–406.

2004

  • Bünemann EK, Smithson PC, Jama B, Frossard E and Oberson A (2004): Maize productivity and nutrient dynamics in maize-fallow rotations in western Kenya. Plant and Soil 264, 195-208.
  • Bünemann EK, Bossio D, Smithson PC, Frossard E and Oberson A (2004): Microbial community composition and substrate use in a highly weathered soil as affected by crop rotation and P fertilization. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, 889-901.
  • Bünemann EK, Steinebrunner F, Smithson PC, Frossard E and Oberson A (2004) Phosphorus dynamics in a highly weathered soil as revealed by isotopic labeling techniques. Soil Science Society of America Journal 68, 1645-1655.

Publications (book chapters)

  • Bünemann EK, Prusisz B and Ehlers K (2011): Characterization of phosphorus forms in soil microorganisms. In: Bünemann EK, Oberson A and Frossard E (Eds): Phosphorus in action – Biological processes in soil phosphorus cycling. Springer Soil Biology Series. pp. 37-57.
  • Frossard E, Achat DL, Bernasconi SM, Bünemann EK, Fardeau JC, Jansa J, Morel C, Rabeharisoa C, Randriamanantsoa L, Sinaj S, Tamburini F, and Oberson A (2011): The use of tracers to investigate phosphate cycling in soil-plant systems. In: Bünemann EK, Oberson A and Frossard E (Eds): Phosphorus in action – Biological processes in soil phosphorus cycling. Springer Soil Biology Series. pp. 59-91.
  • Oberson A, Pypers P, Bünemann EK, and Frossard E (2011): Management impacts on biological phosphorus cycling in cropped soils. In: Bünemann EK, Oberson A and Frossard E (Eds): Phosphorus in action – Biological processes in soil phosphorus cycling. Springer Soil Biology Series. pp. 431-457.
  • Frossard E, Bünemann EK, Oberson A, Jansa J and Kertesz MA (2011): Phosphorus and Sulfur in soil. In: Huang PM, Sumner ME, Yuncong L (eds) Handbook of soil sciences, 2nd edn. CRC, Boca Raton. Section 26, pp. 1-15. ISBN 978-1-4398030-3-5.
  • Bünemann EK and Condron LM (2007): Phosphorus and sulphur cycling in terrestrial systems. In: Nutrient cycling. Eds. P Marschner and Z Rengel. Springer. pp. 65-92.
  • Frossard E, Bünemann EK, Carsky R, Compaoré E, Diby LN, Kouamé VH, Oberson A and Taonda S J-B (2007): Integrated nutrient management as a tool to combat soil degradation in Subsaharan Africa. In: Afrika im Wandel. Eds. T Bearth et al. Zürcher Hochschulforum Band 40, pp. 137-146.
  • Oberson A, Bünemann EK, Friesen DK, Rao IM, Smithson PC, Turner BL and Frossard E (2006): Improving phosphorus fertility in tropical soils through biological interventions. In: Biological approaches to sustainable soil systems. Eds. N Uphoff et al. Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, Florida. pp. 531-546.
  • Nziguheba G and Bünemann EK (2005) Dynamics of organic phosphorus in tropical agroecosystems. In: Organic phosphorus in the environment. Eds. BL Turner, E Frossard and D Baldwin. CABI, Wallingford, Oxon, UK (pp. 243-268).

Publications (books)

  • Bünemann EK, Oberson A and Frossard E (2011): Phosphorus in action – Biological processes in soil phosphorus cycling. Springer Soil Biology Series. www.springer.com/978-3-642-15270-2.
  • PhD thesis
    Bünemann EK (2003): Phosphorus dynamics in a Ferralsol under maize-fallow rotations: the role of the soil microbial biomass’. Ph.D. thesis, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. URL: http://e-collection.ethbib.ethz.ch