Diversity and distribution of Victoria Land biota

@article{Adams2006DiversityAD,
  title={Diversity and distribution of Victoria Land biota},
  author={B. Adams and R. Bardgett and E. Ayres and D. Wall and J. Aislabie and S. Bamforth and R. Bargagli and C. Cary and P. Cavacini and L. Connell and P. Convey and J. Fell and F. Frati and I. Hogg and K. Newsham and A. O'donnell and N. Russell and R. Seppelt and M. Stevens},
  journal={Soil Biology \& Biochemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={38},
  pages={3003-3018}
}
Understanding the relationship between soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning is critical to predicting and monitoring the effects of ecosystem changes on important soil processes. However, most of Earth's soils are too biologically diverse to identify each species present and determine their functional role in food webs. The soil ecosystems of Victoria Land (VL) Antarctica are functionally and biotically simple, and serve as in situ models for determining the relationship between… Expand

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