Christopher Hutengs

Doctoral Researcher

iDiv publications


Vohland, M., Ludwig, B., Seidel, M. and Hutengs, C.

(2022): Quantification of soil organic carbon at regional scale: Benefits of fusing vis-NIR and MIR diffuse reflectance data are greater for in situ than for laboratory-based modelling approaches. Geoderma

Hutengs, C., Eisenhauer, N., Schädler, M., Lochner, A., Seidel, M. and Vohland, M.

(2021): VNIR and MIR spectroscopy of PLFA-derived soil microbial properties and associated soil physicochemical characteristics in an experimental plant diversity gradient. Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Richter, R., C. Hutengs, C. Wirth, L. Bannehr, M. Vohland

(2021): Detecting Tree Species Effects on Forest Canopy Temperatures with Thermal Remote Sensing: The Role of Spatial Resolution. Remote Sensing

Hutengs, C., Seidel, M., Oertel, F., Ludwig, B., Vohland, M.

(2019): In situ and laboratory soil spectroscopy with portable visible-to-near-infrared and mid-infrared instruments for the assessment of organic carbon in soils. Geoderma

Seidel, M., Hutengs, C., Ludwig, B., Thiele-Bruhn, S., Vohland, M.

(2019): Strategies for the efficient estimation of soil organic carbon at the field scale with vis-NIR spectroscopy: Spectral libraries and spiking vs. local calibrations. Geoderma

Hutengs, C., Ludwig, B., Jung, A., Eisele, A., Vohland, M.

(2018): Comparison of Portable and Bench-Top Spectrometers for Mid-Infrared Diffuse Reflectance Measurements of Soils. Sensors
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Institut für Geographie – Geoinformatik und Fernerkundung
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