Vegetation, soil and hydrology management influence denitrification activity and the composition of nirK-type denitrifier communities in a newly afforested riparian buffer.

@article{Boz2013VegetationSA,
  title={Vegetation, soil and hydrology management influence denitrification activity and the composition of nirK-type denitrifier communities in a newly afforested riparian buffer.},
  author={Bruno Boz and Md Mizanur Rahman and Mariangela Bottegal and Marina Basaglia and Andrea Squartini and Bruna Gumiero and Sergio Casella},
  journal={New biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          675-84
        }
}
Soil microbial community composition and activity could be affected by suitable manipulation of the environment they live in. If correctly applied such an approach could become a very effective way to remediate excess of chemicals. The concentration of nitrogen, especially nitrate deriving from agricultural managements, is generally found to increase in water flow. Therefore, by forcing the water flow through a buffer strip specifically designed and possibly afforested with suitable plant… CONTINUE READING

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