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Record number 431705
Title Soil Ecology and Ecosystem Services
Author(s) Wall, D.H.; Bardgett, R.D.; Behan-Pelletier, V.; Herrick, J.E.; Jones, T.H.; Ritz, K.; Six, J.; Strong, D.R.; Putten, W.H. van der
Source Oxford : Oxford University Press - ISBN 9780199575923 - 406
Department(s) Laboratory of Nematology
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) bodemecologie - bodembiologie - ecosysteemdiensten - agro-ecosystemen - biologische bodemactiviteit - bodemflora - bodembiodiversiteit - plantengenetica - soil ecology - soil biology - ecosystem services - agroecosystems - biological activity in soil - soil flora - soil biodiversity - plant genetics
Categories Soil Biology / Soil Science (General)
Abstract This book synthesizes contributions from leading soil scientists and ecologists, describing cutting-edge research that provides a basis for the maintenance of soil health and sustainability. It covers these advances from a unique perspective of examining the ecosystem services produced by soil biota across different scales - from biotic interactions at microscales to communities functioning at regional and global scales. The book leads the user towards an understanding of how the sustainability of soils, biodiversity, and ecosystem services can be maintained and how humans, other animals, and ecosystems are dependent on living soils and ecosystem services.
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