Soil restoration with organic amendments: linking cellular functionality and ecosystem processes

@inproceedings{Bastida2015SoilRW,
  title={Soil restoration with organic amendments: linking cellular functionality and ecosystem processes},
  author={Felipe Bastida and Nathalie Selevsek and Irene F Torres and Tania Hern{\'a}ndez and Carles Garc{\'i}a},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
A hot topic in recent decades, the application of organic amendments to arid-degraded soils has been shown to benefit microbially-mediated processes. However, despite the importance of soils for global sustainability, a gap has not been addressed yet in soil science: is there any connection between ecosystem-community processes, cellular functionality, and microbial lifestyles (i.e. oligotrophy-copiotrophy) in restored soils? Together with classical ecosystem indicators (fatty-acids… CONTINUE READING
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