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Tobias Rütting

Senior lecturer

Tobias Rütting
Senior lecturer
tobias.rutting@gvc.gu.se
+46 31 786 1874

Postal Address: Box 460, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Guldhedsgatan 5A , 41320 Göteborg


Department of Earth Sciences (More Information)
Box 460
405 30 Göteborg
www.gvc.gu.se
gvc@gvc.gu.se

Visiting Address: Guldhedsgatan 5a , 413 20 Göteborg

About Tobias Rütting

I am a biogeochemist working on the dynamics of the nitrogen cycle in soils by use of stable isotope techniques (isotope labeling and compartmental modelling). My special research interests are:
1) Global change effects on soil N dynamics;
2) Production processes of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide.

My work is conducted in natural and managed ecosystems, ranging from boreal to tropical climates. A combination of field and laboratory experiments are conducted.

Overall my research is governed by the need for an appropriate representation of the soil N cycle in ecosystem models to achieve reliable predictions for global change scenarios and to develop N2O mitigation strategies. My work aims to provide the conceptual background for the improvement of ecosystem models.

Latest publications

Full15N tracer accounting to revisit major assumptions of 15N isotope pool dilution approaches for gross nitrogen mineralization
Judith Braun, Maria Mooshammer, Wolfgang Wanek, Judith Prommer, Tom W.N. Walker et al.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Geographical variation in gross nitrogen mineralization in Amazonian forest soils
Tobias Rütting, Viviane Figueiredo, Alex Enrich Prast
Biogeomon 2017, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Short-term carbon input increases microbial nitrogen demand, but not microbial nitrogen mining, in a set of boreal forest soils
Birgit Wild, S. Alaei, P. Bengtson, S. Bode, P. Boeckx et al.
Biogeochemistry, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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2018

Full15N tracer accounting to revisit major assumptions of 15N isotope pool dilution approaches for gross nitrogen mineralization
Judith Braun, Maria Mooshammer, Wolfgang Wanek, Judith Prommer, Tom W.N. Walker et al.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Journal article 2018
Journal article

2017

Geographical variation in gross nitrogen mineralization in Amazonian forest soils
Tobias Rütting, Viviane Figueiredo, Alex Enrich Prast
Biogeomon 2017, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Short-term carbon input increases microbial nitrogen demand, but not microbial nitrogen mining, in a set of boreal forest soils
Birgit Wild, S. Alaei, P. Bengtson, S. Bode, P. Boeckx et al.
Biogeochemistry, Journal article 2017
Journal article

2016

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