Applied Soil Ecology addresses the role of soil organisms and their interactions in relation to: agricultural productivity, nutrient cycling and other soil processes, the maintenance of soil structure and fertility, the impact of human activities and xenobiotics on soil ecosystems and bio(techno)logical control of soil-inhabiting pests, diseases and weeds.

Publisher
Elsevier
Website
http://www.journals.elsevier.com/applied-soil-ecology/
Impact factor
2.206 (2013)

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Biologists explore how testate amoebae survive in peat fires

An International team from China University of Geosciences, University of York and Lomonosov Moscow State University have studied the impact of wildfire on testate amoebae—one of the dominant microbial groups in peat bogs. ...

The first European earthworm map is drawn

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