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Input of easily available organic C and N stimulates microbial decomposition of soil organic matter in arctic permafrost soil
Rising temperatures in the Arctic can affect soil organic matter (SOM) decomposition directly and indirectly, by increasing plant primary production and thus the allocation of plant-derived organic compounds into the soil. ...
The importance of Biotic vs. Abiotic drivers of local plant community composition along regional bioclimatic gradients
We assessed if the relative importance of biotic and abiotic factors for plant community composition differs along environmental gradients and between functional groups, and asked which implications this may have in a ...
Natural and cultural heritage in mountain landscapes: towards an integrated valuation
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
Mountain areas of Europe have been managed by humans for a long time, leading to a prevalence of semi-natural habitats in mountain landscapes today. These landscapes contain both natural and cultural heritage; however, ...