Microorganisms as indicators of soil health

@inproceedings{Nielsen2002MicroorganismsAI,
  title={Microorganisms as indicators of soil health},
  author={M N Nielsen and Anne Winding and Svend J{\o}rgen Binnerup and Bjarne Munk Hansen and Niels Bohse Hendriksen and Niels Kroer},
  year={2002}
}
Microorganisms are an essential part of living soil and of outmost importance for soil health. As such they can be used as indicators of soil health. This report reviews the current and potential future use of microbial indicators of soil health and recommends specific microbial indicators for soil ecosystem parameters representing policy relevant end points. It is further recommended to identify a specific minimum data set for specific policy relevant end points, to carefully establish… CONTINUE READING

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