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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Can Landform Stratification Improve our Understanding of Crop Yield Variability?REUTER HANNES ISAAK; WENDROTH Ole; GIEBEL AntjeArticles in Journals
2008Continental-Scale Digital Soil Mapping Using European Soil Profile Data: Soil PHREUTER HANNES ISAAK; RODRIGUEZ LADO LUIS; HENGL Tomislav; MONTANARELLA LUCAArticles in books
2006Die Europäische BodenschutzstrategieREUTER HANNES ISAAKArticles in Journals
2007An Evaluation of Void-filling Interpolation Methods for SRTM DataREUTER HANNES ISAAK; NELSON Andrew; JARVIS AndyArticles in Journals
2008Heavy Metals in European Soils: a Geostatistical Analysis of the FOREGS Geochemical DatabaseRODRIGUEZ LADO LUIS; HENGL Tomislav; REUTER HANNES ISAAKArticles in Journals
2006How Representatively Can We Sample Soil Mineral NitrogenWENDROTH Ole; REUTER HANNES ISAAKArticles in Journals
2005Long Term Simulation of Soil/crop Interactions to Estimate Management Zones and Consequences for Site Specific Nitrogen Management Considering Water ProtectionKERSEBAUM Christian; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; LORENZ K; WENDROTH OleContributions to Conferences
2007Methods to Interpolate Soil Categorical Variables From Profile Observations: Lessons From IranHENGL TOMISLAV; TOOMANIAN NORAIR; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; MALAKOUTI MOHAMMADArticles in Journals
2006Optimization of Relief Classification for Different Levels of GeneralisationREUTER HANNES ISAAK; WENDROTH O.; KERSEBAUM K.c.Articles in Journals
2006Spatial and Temperal Variability of Soil Properties with Respect to Relief InformationREUTER HANNES ISAAK; WENDROTH Ole; KERSEBAUM CHRISTIANContributions to Conferences
2006Spatial Relation between NDVI and Grain Yield: Impact pf Spatial Resolution and Measurement DeviceWENDROTH Ole; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; KERSEBAUM CHRISTIAN; GIEBEL A; MURDOCK L.w.; STOMBAUGH T.s.Contributions to Conferences
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