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- Bacher, M. G., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- BMC ecology 2018 v.18 no.1 pp. 59
- biogeography; cattle manure; earthworms; feces; field experimentation; grassland management; grasslands; grazing; pastures; surface area; sward; Ireland
- ... BACKGROUND: Grazed grassland management regimes can have various effects on soil fauna. For example, effects on earthworms can be negative through compaction induced by grazing animals, or positive mediated by increases in sward productivity and cattle dung pats providing a food source. Knowledge gaps exist in relation to the behaviour of different earthworm species i.e. their movement towards and ...