Abteilung Acker- und Pflanzenbau

Kühling, Insa, Dr.

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Dr. Kühling, Insa



Wintersemester 2021/2022 im univis
Sommersemester 2021 im univis


Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

05/2017 Promotion, Universität Osnabrück
Thesis: Strategies for sustainable agricultural land use in Western Siberia (Russian Federation)
10/2011 MSc Agrarwissenschaften, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Thesis: Modellierung und räumliche Analyse der Phosphateintragspfade im Einzugsgebiet eines norddeutschen Tieflandbaches
06/2010 BSc Agrarwissenschaften, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Thesis: Bodenphysikalische Eigenschaften von Torfen und Mudden eines Auenüberflutungsmoores der Unterelbniederung


Ausgewählte Publikationen

vollständige Liste auf Researchgate

  • Wittstruck L, Kühling I, Trautz D, et al (2021): UAV-Based RGB Imagery for Hokkaido Pumpkin (Cucurbita max.) Detection and Yield Estimation. Sensors 21(1):118. doi: 10.3390/s21010118
  • Kühling I, Beiküfner M, Vergara M, Trautz D (2021): Effects of Adapted N-Fertilisation Strategies on Nitrate Leaching and Yield Performance of Arable Crops in North-Western Germany. Agronomy 11(1):64. doi: 10.3390/agronomy11010064
  • Ha TM, Kühling I, Trautz D (2020): A systems approach toward climate resilient livelihoods: A case study in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam. Heliyon 6, e05541.
    doi: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e05541
  • Beiküfner M, Hüsing B, Trautz D, Kühling I (2019): Comparative Harvest Efficiency of Soybeans between Cropping Systems Affected by First Pod Height and Plant Length. Org Farming 5:3–13.
    doi: 10.12924/of2019.05010003
  • Kanning M, Kühling I, Trautz D, Jarmer T (2018): High resolution UAV-based hyperspectral imagery for LAI and chlorophyll estimations from wheat for yield prediction. Remote Sensing 10, 2000.
    doi: 10.3390/rs10122000
  • Kühling I, Ateov S and Trautz D (2018): Sustainable intensification in dryland cropping systems – perspectives for adaptions across the Western Siberian grain belt. Agriculture 8 (5), 63.
    doi: 10.3390/agriculture8050063
  • Kühling I, Hüsing B, Bome N and Trautz D (2018): Soybeans in high latitudes: effects of Bradyrhizobium inoculation in Northwest Germany and southern West Siberia. Organic Agriculture 8 (2), 159–171.
    doi: 10.1007/s13165-017-0181-y
  • Kühling I, Redozubov D, Broll G, Trautz D (2017): Impact of tillage, seeding rate and seeding depth on soil moisture and dryland spring wheat yield in Western Siberia. Soil & Tillage Research 170. 43–52.
    doi: 10.1016/j.still.2017.02.009
  • Kühling I, Redozubov D, Jeismann C, Komissarov I, Trautz D (2016): Potential of a new slow-release urea fertilizer under on-farm conditions in a semi-arid environment. International Journal of Environmental and Rural Development 7-1, 38-43.
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  • Pfannerstill M, Kühling I, Hugenschmidt C, Trepel M, Fohrer N (2016): Reactive ditches: A simple approach to implement denitrifying wood chip bioreactors to reduce nitrate exports into aquatic ecosystems? Environmental Earth Sciences 75, 1063
    . doi:10.1007/s12665-016-5856-2
  • Kämpf I, Hölzel N, Kühling I, Kiehl K (2016): Arable weed flora in the Western Siberian grain belt. Julius-Kühn-Archiv 452, 76–83.
    doi:10.5073/jka.2016.452.010 (pdf)
  • Kühling I, Broll G, Trautz D (2016): Spatio-temporal analysis of agricultural land-use intensity across the Western Siberian grain belt. Science of the Total Environment 544, 271–280.
  • Kühling I, Griewald Y, Broll G, Trautz D (2015): Potential of land-use intensity analysis for sustainable land management scenarios in southern West Siberia. Geo-Öko 36, 112–132.
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  • Kühling I, Nülle S, Bome N, Trautz D (2014): Impacts of different approval ages at spring wheat varieties on yield and plant health. Agriculture and Forestry 60 (4), 7-14.
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  • Kühling I, Trautz D (2013): The role of organic farming in providing ecosystem services. International Journal of Environmental and Rural Development 4-1, 175-179.
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