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Mesofaunal Recolonisation of Degraded Soils
(University of Plymouth, 2013)
The degradation of soil quality due to anthropogenic causes is globally important, both in terms of ecosystem services and ecological biodiversity. Soil quality reduction is stated to be detrimental for population densities ...
Elucidating the relative importance of the bacterial and fungal feeding channels within the soil food web under differing land managements
(University of Plymouth, 2011)
The overall aim of this thesis was to elucidate the relative importance of the bacterial and fungal energy channels within the soil food web and to differentiate and appreciate the differences in niche of the soil fauna ...