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Record number 390971
Title Priority areas in the Soil Framework Directive : the significance of soil biodiversity and ecosystem services
Author(s) Rutgers, M.; Jagers op Akkerhuis, G.A.J.M.; Bloem, J.
Source Bilthoven : RIVM (RIVM Report / National Institute for Public Health and the Environment 607370002/2010) - 62
Department(s) Centre for Ecosystem Studies
Soil Science Centre
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) bodembiologie - bodemverdichting - organisch bodemmateriaal - bodembescherming - bodembiodiversiteit - ecosysteemdiensten - kaderrichtlijn bodem - soil biology - soil compaction - soil organic matter - soil conservation - soil biodiversity - ecosystem services - soil framework directive
Categories Soil Biology / Soil Chemistry
Abstract Seven soil threats are distinguished in the draft text of the Soil Framework Directive of the European Commission. Soil organic matter decline and soil compaction are the most relevant for the Netherlands due to intensive agricultural land management. Loss of soil biodiversity should be considered when identifying priority areas requiring protection from organic matter decline and compaction. This report describes the first steps in clarifying the relationship between soil biodiversity and decline in soil organic matter or soil compaction.
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