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M.Sc. Forest Sc. Kenton Stutz



Ph.D. student

M.Sc. (forest sciences)

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E-Mail: kenton.stutz@bodenkunde.uni-freiburg.de

Bertoldstr. 17
79085 Freiburg i.Br.



Soil ecological challenges of increase use of lignocellulose


Research focus

  • Forest ecosystems and soils
  • Deadwood and lignin in soils
  • Forest nutrient cycles
  • Bioeconomy


WS 2016/17:

M.Sc. Forest/Environmental Sciences: Global Environmental Change


Available Thesis topics

  • Nutrient balances between deadwood and soil
  • SOM in protected and harvested forest stands
  • Developing methods to quantify lignin in soil


  • Stutz. K.P., Schack-Kirchner, H., Kändler, G., Lang, F. (2015): Phosphorus in accumulated harvest residues on skid trails. Forest ecology and Management 356, 136-143.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.025

 Ad-hoc Reviewer


Conference contributions

  • Stutz, K., Wambsganß, J., Dann, D., Fink, S., Lang, F. (2015): Lignocellulose in Soil: Does it Make a Difference? (Poster). Statusseminar of the Bioeconomy Research Program Baden-Württemberg. Hohenheim (Germany), 29.10.2015
  • Lang, F., Stutz, K., Fink, S. (2015): Bodenökologische Risiken und Potenziale der Lignozellulosenutzung (Vortrag). Lignocellulose Research Group Meeting. Hohenheim (Germany), 28.10.2015
  • Stutz, K., Wambsganß, J., Dann, D., Kaiser, K., Lang, F. (2015): Lignin in soil aggregation and physical functions (Poster). 5th International Symposion on Soil Organic Matter. Göttingen (Germany), 23.09.2015
  • Stutz, K., Stüwe, K., Kändler, G., Schack-Kirchner, H., Lang, F. (2015): Accumulation of harvest residues on skid trails: a problem of phosphorus nutrition? (Vortrag). Annual meeting of the German Soil Science Society 2015. Munich (Germany), 9.9.2015
  • Stutz, K., Stüwe, K. (2014): Redistribution of soil phosphorus in forest stands by accumulation of harvest residues in skid trails: a problem for forest nutrition? (Vortrag). Soil & Water Colloqium, Freiburg (Germany). 4.12.2014



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