Pavel Kram
Pavel Kram
Czech Geological Survey, Prague
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Increased dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in Central European streams is driven by reductions in ionic strength rather than climate change or decreasing acidity
J Hruska, P Krám, WH McDowell, F Oulehle
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (12), 4320-4326, 2009
Trends in surface water chemistry in acidified areas in Europe and North America from 1990 to 2008
ŘA Garmo, BL Skjelkvĺle, HA de Wit, L Colombo, C Curtis, J Fölster, ...
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 225 (3), 1-14, 2014
Linkages between aggregate formation, porosity and soil chemical properties
IC Regelink, CR Stoof, S Rousseva, L Weng, GJ Lair, P Kram, ...
Geoderma 247, 24-37, 2015
Recovery from acidification in central Europe—observed and predicted changes of soil and streamwater chemistry in the Lysina catchment, Czech Republic
J Hrus̆ka, F Moldan, P Krám
Environmental Pollution 120 (2), 261-274, 2002
The biogeochemistry of basic cations in two forest catchments with contrasting lithology in the Czech Republic
P Krám, J Hruška, BS Wenner, CT Discoll, CE Johnson
Biogeochemistry 37 (2), 173-202, 1997
Soil processes and functions in critical zone observatories: hypotheses and experimental design
S Banwart, SM Bernasconi, J Bloem, W Blum, M Brandao, S Brantley, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (3), 974-987, 2011
Soil processes and functions across an international network of Critical Zone Observatories: Introduction to experimental methods and initial results
S Banwart, M Menon, SM Bernasconi, J Bloem, WEH Blum, DM de Souza, ...
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 344 (11-12), 758-772, 2012
Long-term trends in stream nitrate concentrations and losses across watersheds undergoing recovery from acidification in the Czech Republic
F Oulehle, WH McDowell, JA Aitkenhead-Peterson, P Krám, J Hruška, ...
Ecosystems 11 (3), 410-425, 2008
Modelling long-term changes in stream water and soil chemistry in catchments with contrasting vulnerability to acidification (Lysina and Pluhuv Bor, Czech Republic)
J Hruška, P Krám
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 7 (4), 525-539, 2003
Modelling soil nitrogen: the MAGIC model with nitrogen retention linked to carbon turnover using decomposer dynamics
F Oulehle, BJ Cosby, RF Wright, J Hruška, J Kopáček, P Krám, CD Evans, ...
Environmental Pollution 165, 158-166, 2012
Isotopic evidence for processes of sulfur retention/release in 13 forested catchments spanning a strong pollution gradient (Czech Republic, central Europe)
M Novák, JW Kirchner, D Fottová, E Prechová, I Jăcková, P Krám, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 19 (4), 2005
Role of organic solutes in the chemistry of acid‐impacted bog waters of the western Czech Republic
J Hruška, CE Johnson, P Krám
Water resources research 32 (9), 2841-2851, 1996
Streamwater chemistry in three contrasting monolithologic Czech catchments
P Krám, J Hruška, JB Shanley
Applied Geochemistry 27 (9), 1854-1863, 2012
Loss of nutrients due to litter raking compared to the effect of acidic deposition in two spruce stands, Czech Republic
J Hofmeister, F Oulehle, P Krám, J Hruška
Biogeochemistry 88 (2), 139-151, 2008
Long-term changes (1990–2015) in the atmospheric deposition and runoff water chemistry of sulphate, inorganic nitrogen and acidity for forested catchments in Europe in relation …
J Vuorenmaa, A Augustaitis, B Beudert, W Bochenek, N Clarke, HA de Wit, ...
Science of the total environment 625, 1129-1145, 2018
Recovery from acidification alters concentrations and fluxes of solutes from Czech catchments
F Oulehle, T Chuman, J Hruška, P Krám, WH McDowell, O Myška, ...
Biogeochemistry 132 (3), 251-272, 2017
Environmental chemistry of beryllium
J Vesely, SA Norton, P Skrivan, V Majer, P Kram, T Navratil, JM Kaste
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 50 (1), 291-317, 2002
Relationship between Norway spruce status and soil water base cations/aluminum ratios in the Czech Republic
J Hruška, P Cudlín, P Krám
Acid rain 2000, 983-988, 2001
Rapid regional recovery from sulfate and nitrate pollution in streams of the western Czech Republic–comparison to other recovering areas
V Majer, P Kram, JB Shanley
Environmental Pollution 135 (1), 17-28, 2005
A biogeochemical comparison of two well-buffered catchments with contrasting histories of acid deposition
JB Shanley, P Krám, J Hruška, TD Bullen
Biogeochemical Investigations of Terrestrial, Freshwater, and Wetland …, 2004
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