•Forest-to-pasture land-use change alters soil NO3−, P, and exchangeable acidity.•Thaumarchaeal amoA gene copies declined with change from forest to pasture soils.•Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria were not detectable either with amoA or 16S rRNA primers.•Land-use change alters the community structure of thaumarchaeal ammonia-oxidizers.•The thaumarchaeal genus Nitrosotalea is present almost exclusively in pristine forest.
Applied Soil Ecology – Elsevier
Published: Nov 1, 2016
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