De Tombeur, F., Turner, B., Laliberté, E., Lambers, H., Mahy, G., Faucon, M-P., Zemunik, G., Cornelis, J-T.(2020) Plants sustain the terrestrial silicon cycle during ecosystem retrogression. Science 369, 1245-1248

Burgeon, V., Fouche, J., Leifeld, J., Chenu, C., Cornelis, J-T. (2020) Organo-mineral associations largely contribute to the stabilization of century-old pyrogenic organic matter in cropland soils. Geoderma, in press

Cornelis, J-T., & Delvaux, B. (2016). Soil processes drive the biological silicon feedback loop. Functional Ecology, 30, 1298-1310.

Cornelis, J-T., Weis, D., Lavkulich, L., Vermeire, M.-L., Barling, J., Delvaux, B., Barling, J. (2014). Silicon isotopes record dissolution and re-precipitation of pedogenic clay minerals in a podzolic soil chronosequence. Geoderma, 235-236, 19-29.

Cornelis, J-T., Delvaux, B., Georg, B., Lucas, Y., Ranger, J., & Opfergelt, S. (2011). Tracing the origin of dissolved silicon transferred from various soil-plant systems towards rivers: a review. Biogeosciences, 8, 89-112.

Cornelis, J-T., Delvaux, B., Ranger, J., & Iserentant, A. (2010). Tree species impact the terrestrial cycle of silicon through various uptakes. Biogeochemistry, 97, 231-245.

Saba, F., Cornelis, J-T., Sawadogo, H., Lefebvre, D., Bacia, R., Cisse, D., Bandaogo, A., Mamadou, T., Nacro, H-B. (2023). Nutrient‐charged biochars increased nutrient‐use efficiency in a cotton–maize rotation in Burkina Faso. Agronomy Journal, 115, 958-975.

Hardy, B., Sleutel, S., Dufey, J., Cornelis, J-T. (2019) The long-term effect of biochar on soil microbial abundance, activity and community structure is overwritten by land management. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 7, 110

A full list of publications can be found on Dr. Cornelis’ Google Scholar page.