Soil microbial communities and extracellular enzyme activity in the New Jersey Pinelands

@inproceedings{Lucas2007SoilMC,
  title={Soil microbial communities and extracellular enzyme activity in the New Jersey Pinelands},
  author={Richard William Lucas and Brenda B. Casper and John K. Jackson and Teri C. Balser},
  year={2007}
}
We have much to learn about the roles of various groups of soil microorganisms in the decomposition of soil organic matter. Any changes in the type or amount of organic matter entering the soil, due to increasing atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition and elevated carbon dioxide, could directly affect soil microbial community structure or the decompositional functions performed by the various microbial groups. We experimentally altered soil microbial communities using a factorial combination of… CONTINUE READING
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