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Anderson, J.M.; Burns, R.G.; Coleman, D.C.; Waid, J.S.
Decomposition of paper de-inking sludge in a sandpit minesoil during its revegetation
Fierro, A.; Angers, D.A.; Beauchamp, C.J.
Fast nitrate immobilization in N saturated temperate forest soils
Berntson, G.M.; Aber, J.D.
Soil carbon pools and fluxes in long-term corn belt agroecosystems
Collins, H.P.; Elliott, E.T.; Paustian, K.; Bundy, L.G.; Dick, W.A.; Huggins, D.R.; Smucker, A.J.M.; Paul, E.A.
Sequential fractionation and characterisation (31P-NMR) of phosphorus-amended soils in Banksia integrifolia (L.f.) woodland and adjacent pasture
Taranto, M.T.; Adams, M.A.; Polglase, P.J.
Acid and alkaline phosphatase dynamics and their relationship to soil microclimate in a semiarid woodland
Kramer, S.; Green, D.M.
Decreases in organic C reserves in soils can reduce the catabolic diversity of soil microbial communities
degens, B.P.; Schipper, L.A.; Sparling, G.P.; Vojvodic-Vukovic, M.
Application of machine learning techniques to the analysis of soil ecological data bases: relationships between habitat features and Collembolan community characteristics
Kampichler, C.; Dzeroski, S.; Wieland, R.
Labile organic matter as an indicator of organic matter quality in arable and pastoral soils in New Zealand
Soil CO2 flux in a tallgrass prairie
Mielnick, P.C.; Dugas, W.A.
Different pathways of formation of N2O, N2 and NO in black earth soil
Wolf, I.; Russow, R.
Nature of organic nitrogen in fine particle size separates of sandy soils of highly industrialized areas as revealed by NMR spectroscopy
Knicker, H.; Schmidt, M.W.I.; Kogel-Knabner, I.
Management influences on soil microbial communities and their function in botanically diverse haymeadows of northern England and Wales
Donnison, L.M.; Griffith, G.S.; Hedger, J.; Hobbs, P.J.; Bardgett, R.D.
Microbial biomass, biovolume and respiration in Lumbricus terrestris L. cast material of different age
Tiunov, A.V.; Scheu, S.
Does short-term heating of forest humus change its properties as a substrate for microbes?
Pietikainen, J.; Hiukka, R.; Fritze, H.
Determinants of fungal growth and activity in botanically diverse haymeadows: effects of litter type and fertilizer additions
Donnison, L.M.; Griffith, G.S.; Bardgett, R.D.
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