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Eckmeier, E; Egli, M; Schmidt, M W I; Schlumpf, N; Nötzli, M; Minikus-Stary, N; Hagedorn, F (2010). Preservation of fire-derived carbon compounds and sorptive stabilisation promote the accumulation of organic matter in black soils of the Southern Alps. Geoderma, 159(1-2):147-155.

Eckmeier, E; Wiesenberg, G L B (2009). Short-chain n-alkanes (C16–20) in ancient soil are useful molecular markers for prehistoric biomass burning. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36(7):1590-1596.

Eckmeier, E; van der Borg, K; Tegtmeier, U; Schmidt, M W I; Gerlach, R (2009). Dating charred soil organic matter - comparison of radiocarbon ages from macrocharcoals and chemically separated charcoal carbon. Radiocarbon, 51(2):437 -443.

Kaal, J; Martinez Cortizas, A; Eckmeier, E; Costa Casais, M; Santos Estevez, M; Criado Boado, F (2008). Holocene fire history of black colluvial soils revealed by pyrolysis-GC/MS: a case study from Campo Lameiro (NW Spain). Journal of Archaeological Science, 35(8):2133-2143.

Smernik, R J; Eckmeier, E; Schmidt, M W I (2008). Comparison of solid-state 13C NMR spectra of soil organic matter from an experimental burning site acquired at two field strengths. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 46(2):122-127.

Eckmeier, E; Gerlach, R; Tegtmeier, U; Schmidt, M W I (2008). Charred organic matter and phosphorus in black soils in the Lower Rhine Basin (Northwest Germany) indicate prehistoric agricultural burning. In: Fiorentino, G; Magri, D. Charcoals from the past: cultural and palaeoenvironmental implications. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress, 93-103.

Eckmeier, E; Gerlach, R; Gehrt, E; Schmidt, M W I (2007). Pedogenesis of Chernozems in Central Europe — a review. Geoderma, 139(3-4):288-299.

Eckmeier, E (2007). "Rekonstruktion" der Kulturlandschaft aus Molekülen. Archäologie in Deutschland, 23(4):32-37.

Eckmeier, E; Rösch, M; Ehrmann, O; Schmidt, M W I; Schier, W; Gerlach, R (2007). Conversion of biomass to charcoal and the carbon mass balance from a slash-and-burn experiment in a temperate deciduous forest. Holocene, 17(4):539 -542.

Eckmeier, E; Gerlach, R; Skjemstad, J O; Ehrmann, O; Schmidt, M W I (2007). Minor changes in soil organic carbon and charcoal concentrations detected in a temperate deciduous forest a year after an experimental slash-and-burn. Biogeosciences, 4(3):377-383.

Hajdas, I; Schlumpf, N; Minikus-Stary, N; Hagedorn, F; Eckmeier, E; Schoch, W; Burga, C A; Bonani, G; Schmidt, M W I; Cherubini, P (2007). Radiocarbon ages of soil charcoals from the southern Alps, Ticino, Switzerland. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 259(1):398-402.

Gerlach, R; Baumewerd-Schmidt, H; van den Borg, K; Eckmeier, E; Schmidt, M W I (2006). Prehistoric alteration of soil in the Lower Rhine Basin, Northwest Germany—archaeological, 14C and geochemical evidence. Geoderma, 136(1):38-50.

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