Microbial community responses in forest mineral soil to compaction, organic matter removal, and vegetation control

@article{Busse2006MicrobialCR,
  title={Microbial community responses in forest mineral soil to compaction, organic matter removal, and vegetation control},
  author={M. Busse and Samual E. Beattie and R. Powers and F. Sanchez and A. Tiarks},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Forest Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={577-588}
}
We tested three disturbance hypotheses in young conifer plantations: H1: soil compaction and removal of surface organic matter produces sustained changes in microbial community size, activity, and ... 
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