Responses of soil bacterial and fungal communities to reciprocal transfers of soil between adjacent coniferous forest and meadow vegetation in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon

@article{Bottomley2006ResponsesOS,
  title={Responses of soil bacterial and fungal communities to reciprocal transfers of soil between adjacent coniferous forest and meadow vegetation in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon},
  author={Peter J. Bottomley and Rockie R. Yarwood and Stacie A. Kageyama and Kirk E. Waterstripe and Mark A. Williams and Kermit Cromack and David D. Myrold},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2006},
  volume={289},
  pages={35-45}
}
Little information exists on the responses of soil fungal and bacterial communities in high elevation coniferous forest/open meadow ecosystems of the northwest United States of America to treatments that impact vegetation and soil conditions. An experiment was conducted in which soil cores were reciprocally transplanted between immediately adjacent forests and meadows at two high elevation (∼1,600 m) sites (Carpenter and Lookout) in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest located in the Cascade… CONTINUE READING
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