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- Taufik, M.; Veldhuizen, A.A.; Wösten, J.H.M.; van Lanen, H.A.J.
- Geoderma 2019 v.347 pp. 160-169
- El Nino; air pollution; biodiversity; climate; databases; deforestation; drainage; drought; ecosystem services; environmental factors; fire hazard; fire season; groundwater; human health; humification; hydrograph; hydrologic models; land restoration; livelihood; monitoring; peat; peat soils; peatlands; physical properties; soil carbon; water table; wildfires
- ... Widespread degradation of Indonesian peatlands by deforestation and excessive drainage results into more frequent fires, particularly in El Niño years, which causes: (i) release of enormous amounts of peat soil carbon to the atmosphere, impacting climate, (ii) severe air pollution, affecting human health and air traffic, and (iii) decreased ecosystem services through loss of biodiversity. Groundwa ...
- Hu, Yigang; Zhang, Zhishan; Huang, Lei; Qi, Qi; Liu, Lichao; Zhao, Yang; Wang, Zengru; Zhou, Huakun; Lv, Xingyu; Mao, Zhongchao; Yang, Yunfeng; Zhou, Jizhong; Kardol, Paul
- Geoderma 2019 v.347 pp. 126-134
- Archaea; chronosequences; community structure; correspondence analysis; ecosystems; environmental factors; fungi; genes; land restoration; phosphorus; shrubs; soil crusts; soil microorganisms; soil properties; species diversity; temporal variation; variance; vegetation; China
- ... Vegetation and soil properties are crucial in shaping soil microbial communities. However, little is known about temporal changes in the functional structure of soil microbial communities to managed revegetation in desert ecosystems. Here, we adopted GeoChip 5.0-180 K, a functional gene array, to investigate the succession of soil microbial functional genes structure and potential across a 61-year ...