Seasonal soil microbial responses are limited to changes in functionality at two Alpine forest sites differing in altitude and vegetation

The study of soil microbial responses to environmental changes is useful to improve simulation models and mitigation strategies for climate change. We here investigated two Alpine forest sites (deciduous forest vs. coniferous forest) situated at different altitudes (altitudinal effect) in spring and autumn (seasonal effect) regarding: (i) bacterial and… CONTINUE READING
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