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  • Priorities for research in soil ecology 

    Eisenhauer N; Antunes PM; Bennett AE; Birkhofer K; Bissett A; Bowker MA; Caruso T; Chen B; Coleman DC; de Boer W; de Ruiter P; DeLuca TH; Frati F; Griffiths BS; Hart MM; Hattenschwiler S; Haimi J; Heethoff M; Kaneko N; Kelly LC; Leinaas HP; Lindo Z; Macdonald C; Rillig MC; Ruess L; Scheu S; Schmidt O; Seastedt TR; van Straalen NM; Tiunov AV; Zimmer M; Powell JR (2017)
    The ecological interactions that occur in and with soil are of consequence in many ecosystems on the planet. These interactions provide numerous essential ecosystem services, and the sustainable management of soils ...
  • Selecting cost effective and policy-relevant biological indicators for European monitoring of soil biodiversity and ecosystem function 

    Griffiths BS; Rombke J; Schmelz R; Scheffczyk A; Faber J; Bloem J; Peres G; Cluzeau D; Chabbi A; Suhadolc M; Sousa P; Martins da Silva P; Carvalho F; Mendes S; Morais P; Francisco R; Pereira C; Bonkowski M; Geisen S; Bardgett R; de Vries F; Bolger T; Dirilgen T; Schmidt O; Winding A; Hendriksen N; Johansen A; Philippot L; Plassart P; Bru D; Thompson B; Griffiths R; Keith A; Rutgers M; Mulder C; Hannula E; Creamer R; Stone D; Bailey MJ (2016)
    Soils provide many ecosystem services that are ultimately dependent on the local diversity and belowground abundance of organisms. Soil biodiversity is affected negatively by many threats and there is a perceived policy ...
  • Stable isotope analysis (d13C and d15N) of soil nematodes from four feeding groups 

    Melody C; Griffiths BS; Dyckmans J; Schmidt O (2016)
    Soil nematode feeding groups are a long-established trophic categorisation largely based on morphology and are used in ecological indices to monitor and analyse the biological state of soils. Stable isotope ratio analysis ...