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- Ingham, Elaine R., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Applied soil ecology 2010 v.45 no.1 pp. 26
- soil fungi; soil bacteria; Protozoa; soil nematodes; soil ecology; population ecology; forest soils; disturbed soils; predator-prey relationships; ecosystems; ecological restoration; climate change; carbon dioxide; elevated atmospheric gases; air temperature; Pseudotsuga menziesii; forest trees; soil food webs; lysimeters
- ... Disrupting ecosystem components, while transferring and reconstructing them for experiments can produce myriad responses. Establishing the extent of these biological responses as the system approaches a new equilibrium allows us more reliably to emulate comparable native systems. That is, the sensitivity of analyzing ecosystem processes in a reconstructed system is improved by excluding the period ...