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The accumulated metal (Ca, Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn) concentrations in seven different populations of the earthworm, Lumbricus rubellus , maintained in the laboratory for 90 days on their `own' native polluted soils were compared with those accumulated by two reference populations (sampled from...
The annual feeding activity on paper baits of subterranean termites in desertified (degraded-shrub dominated ecosystems) and relatively undegraded black-grama ( Bouteloua eriopoda ) grasslands was measured over six years on 12 sites. There were no significant differences in mass losses from...
The paper presents an account of a field plot experiment to investigate the influence of soil applications of neem-based (Achook and Suneem G) and crop fertilizer (urea and cattle manure) treatments, separately and in combination on free-living, and plant-pathogenic nematode populations and crop...
The impacts of cadmium, pentachlorophenol, phenanthrene and of two artificially polluted soils, on reproduction by the collembolan Folsomia candida were studied using a test that is in the process of becoming a European standard. The first artificially polluted soil was contaminated with metals...
Adult earthworms ( Lumbricus rubellus ), sampled from a metal-contaminated site (Cwmystwyth Cottage) and two reference sites (acidic, Caerffili; calcareous, Dinas Powys), were maintained on metalliferous Cwmystwyth Cottage soil in the laboratory for up to 90 days. All three populations...
In order to study the effects of climate changes on soil organisms and processes, a transplantation experiment was undertaken. Eighteen soil blocks from an ombrotrophic mire (Stordalenmyren) at Abisko in northern Sweden were transplanted to nine sites in Sweden, from Umeå in the north to Alnarp...
Earthworms play an important role in soil ecology and can serve as practical indicators in land quality evaluation. The abundance and distribution of earthworms were determined in 84 cropping and pasture soils in north-east Victoria and southern New South Wales (NSW), Australia. Overall, an...
We identified and measured changes in soil characteristics, nutrient availability and microbial activity to a gradient of grazing intensity in the Chaco region of northwestern Argentina (24° 43′ S and 63° 17′ W). Three sites were selected for comparison: 1. highly restored (no grazing for...
Soil bacterial and fungal dynamics were measured in an alley cropping system using direct microscopy techniques. The alley cropping system involved hedgerows of alder trees ( Alnus rubra ) and sweet corn ( Zea mays ) grown in the alleys. Trees were periodically coppiced and prunings were...
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