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Soil C Saturation: Determining Rates and Limits of Carbon Sequestration
Influence of earthworm activity on C and N dynamics in alternative agroecosystems.
Linking C and N cycling to microbial function within soil microenvironments in cover crop systems.
The interaction between resource quality and aggregate turnover controls ecosystem nitrogen and carbon cycling.
An integrated assessment of the biophysical and economic potential for greenhouse gas mitigation in California agricultural soils
Collaborative Research on Feedbacks between Microbial Community Composition, Soil Structure, Plant Growth and Nitrogen Cycling in Ecosystems Exposed to Elevated CO
Plant and Environmental Drivers of Ecosystem Recovery during C
Development and Implementation of Cultural and Water Management Practices in Rice to Protect Downstream Water Quality.
More crop per drop, more cropping per dropping: Optimizing the interactions between organic resources, soil macrofauna biodiversity and soil structure for enhanced water and nitrogen use efficiency in West and East African cropping systems.
Vulnerability of soil organic matter to temperature changes: exploring constraints due to substrate decomposability and microbial community structure.
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