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Johannes Laubach

Senior Researcher – Greenhouse Gases and Meteorology
Land Use & Ecosystems
Johannes Laubach
Location
Lincoln
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Qualifications

Leipzig
PhD Meteorology
1995

Gottingen
MSc Physics
1991

Publications

Gray CW, McDowell RW, Graham SL, Hunt JE, Laubach J, Rogers GND, Carrick S, Whitehead D Early access Jul 2020. Phosphorus transport in subsurface flow from a stony soil under irrigated and non-irrigated lucerne. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. WOS:000555114000001.

Cleverly J, Vote C, Isaac P, Ewenz C, Harahap M, Beringer J, Campbell DI, Daly E, Eamus D, He L, Hunt J, Grace P, Hutley LB, Laubach J, McCaskill M, Rowlings D, Jonker SR, Schipper LA, Schroder I, Teodosio B, Yu Q, Ward PR, Walker JP, Webb JA, Grover SPP 2020. Carbon, water and energy fluxes in agricultural systems of Australia and New Zealand. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 287. <Go to ISI>://WOS:000531095900007

Graham SL, Laubach J, Hunt JE, Eger A, Carrick S, Whitehead D 2019. Predicting soil water balance for irrigated and non-irrigated lucerne on stony, alluvial soils. Agricultural Water Management 226. WOS:000525274200015. https://www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting-2019

Laubach J, Hunt JE, Graham SL, Buxton RP, Rogers GND, Mudge PL, Carrick S, Whitehead D 2019. Irrigation increases forage production of newly established lucerne but enhances net ecosystem carbon losses. Science of the Total Environment 689: 921-936. WOS:000482379400089.

Owens J, Clough TJ, Laubach J, Hunt JE, Venterea RT 2017. Nitrous oxide fluxes and soil oxygen dynamics of soil treated with cow urine. Soil Science Society of America Journal 81(2): 289–298.

Hunt JE, Laubach J, Barthel M, Fraser A, Phillips RL 2016. Carbon budgets for an irrigated intensively grazed dairy pasture and an unirrigated winter-grazed pasture. Biogeosciences 13: 2927–2944.

Laubach J, Barthel M, Fraser A, Hunt JE, Griffith DWT 2016. Combining two complementary micrometeorological methods to measure CH4 and N2O fluxes over pasture. Biogeosciences 13(4): 1309–1327.

Mukherjee S, McMillan AMS, Sturman AP, Harvey MJ, Laubach J 2015. Footprint methods to separate N2O emission rates from adjacent paddock areas. International Journal of Biometeorology 59(3): 325–338.

Laubach J, Grover SPP, Pinares-Patiño CS, Molano G 2014. A micrometeorological technique for detecting small differences in methane emissions from two groups of cattle. Atmospheric Environment 98: 599–606.

Laubach J, Bai M, Pinares-Patiño CS, Phillips FA, Naylor TA, Molano G, Cárdenas Rocha EA, Griffith DWT 2013. Accuracy of micrometeorological techniques for detecting a change in methane emissions from a herd of cattle. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 176: 50-63.

Laubach J, Taghizadeh-Toosi A, Sherlock RR, Kelliher FM 2012. Measuring and modelling ammonia emissions from a regular pattern of cattle urine patches. Agricultural and forest meteorology 156(0): 1-17.

Barbour MM, Hunt JE, Kodama N, Laubach J, McSeveny TM, Rogers GND, Tcherkez G, Wingate L 2011. Rapid changes in delta 13C of ecosystem-respired CO(2) after sunset are consistent with transient 13C enrichment of leaf respired CO(2). New Phytologist 190(4): 990-1002. WOS:000290449600019. Show more

Memberships

  • Editor, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (Elsevier)