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Soil quality and organic carbon ratios in mountain agroecosystems of South-east Spain
Biochemical properties of range and forest soils in Mediterranean mountain environments
- I. Miralles, R. Ortega, M. Sánchez-Marañón, M. Leirós, C. Trasar-Cepeda, F. Gil-Sotres
- Environmental ScienceBiology and Fertility of Soils
- 4 July 2007
Biochemical properties are at present considered to be the best indicators for assessing soil quality, but their use is limited by the lack of available data, at least for certain ecosystems. In an…
Surrogate descriptors of C-storage processes on crusted semiarid ecosystems
Immediate fire-induced changes in soil microbial community composition in an outdoor experimental controlled system.
Soil CO2 exchange controlled by the interaction of biocrust successional stage and environmental variables in two semiarid ecosystems
Assessment of biogeochemical trends in soil organic matter sequestration in Mediterranean calcimorphic mountain soils (Almería, Southern Spain)
Determination of atmospheric parameters to estimate global radiation in areas of complex topography: Generation of global irradiation map
Modifications of organic matter and enzymatic activities in response to change in soil use in semi‐arid mountain ecosystems (southern Spain)
Soil organic matter composition and biochemical properties were determined in mountain calcimorphic Mediterranean soils under different vegetation (cultivated soils, secondary bush, high mountain…
Effects of technosols based on organic amendments addition for the recovery of the functionality of degraded quarry soils under semiarid Mediterranean climate: A field study.
Changes in the soil bacterial community along a pedogenic gradient
- M. Sánchez-Marañón, I. Miralles, M. Soriano
- Environmental Science, MedicineScientific Reports
- 6 November 2017
The study of bacterial communities of eight soils selected along a pedogenic gradient at the local scale in a Mediterranean calcareous mountain indicates that the composition of bacterial populations changes with pedogenesis, which could be considered a factor influencing the communities according to the environmental and physicochemical conditions during the soil formation.