Hein Korevaar

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    1986 …2019
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    Research Output 1986 2019

    Assessment of ecosystem services from permanent grassland systems

    Korevaar, H., ten Berge, H. F. M., Bufe, C., Whittingham, M. J., Smith, P., Vanwalleghem, T., Lellei-kovács, E., Stypinski, P., Hejduk, S., Tonn, B., Sacco, D. & Newell-Price, P. P., 2019, Proceedings of the joint BGS/BSSS Winter meeting Improving grassland performance: managing soil structure and organic matter, 19th March 2019: 23-24. British Grassland Society, p. 23-24

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference paper

    Open Access

    Characterising permanent grassland-based farming systems in Europe

    Korevaar, H., Sacco, D., Ravetto Enri, S., Lombardi, G., ten Berge, H. F. M., Bufe, C., Whittingham, M. J., Smith, P., Vanwalleghem, T., Lellei-kovács, E., Stypinski, P., Hejduk, S., Tonn, B. & Newell Price, P. J., 2019, Improving sown grasslands through breeding and management. Wageningen Academic Publishers, p. 164-166 (Grassland Science in Europe; vol. 24).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    D1.5 EuroDairy Final network conference: Copa-COGECA, Brussels, 23 January 2019

    Korevaar, H., Verwijs, B. R., Bufe, C. & Keatinge, R., 31 Jan 2019, 65 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportReportProfessional

    Open Access
    2 Citations (Scopus)

    Increased microbial anabolism contributes to soil carbon sequestration by mineral fertilization in temperate grasslands

    Poeplau, C., Helfrich, M., Dechow, R., Szoboszlay, M., Tebbe, C. C., Don, A., Greiner, B., Zopf, D., Thumm, U., Korevaar, H. & Geerts, R., 1 Mar 2019, In : Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 130, p. 167-176

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

    Carbon Sequestration
    soil carbon
    Fertilization
    carbon sequestration
    Minerals

    Activities 2007 2016

    • 5 Public lecture/debate/seminar
    • 2 Participation in or organising a workshop, seminar, course

    Upscaling soil carbon and nutrient losses from dairy farms to regional level

    Hein Korevaar (Speaker)
    8 Sep 2016

    Activity: Talk or presentationPublic lecture/debate/seminar

    Is a combination of crop and livestock production profitable and supporting sustainability at regional level?

    Hein Korevaar (Speaker)
    16 Sep 2015

    Activity: Talk or presentationPublic lecture/debate/seminar

    Waarde van kruidenrijk gras en inpassing in de bedrijfsvoering

    Hein Korevaar (Speaker)
    12 Mar 2014

    Activity: Talk or presentationPublic lecture/debate/seminar

    Slotbijeenkomst Praktijknetwerk 'Natuurlijk' kruidenrijk gras voor de veehouderij

    Hein Korevaar (Organiser)
    12 Mar 2014

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in or organising a workshop, seminar, course

    Stakeholderbijeenkomst stikstofbindende gewassen

    Hein Korevaar (Organiser)
    19 Sep 2013

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in or organising a workshop, seminar, course

    Press / Media

    European Grassland Federation 2015

    Hein Korevaar & Rob Geerts

    15/09/15

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Expert Comment

    Pilot GLB Winterswijk

    Hein Korevaar

    15/05/14

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Expert Comment

    Projects 2008 2019