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Seasonally dry forest soil biodiversity and functioningAuthor(s): D.A. Wall; Grizelle Gonzalez; B.L. Simmons
Source: Pages 61-70 in: Dirzo, R.; Young, H.S.; Mooney, H.A.; Ceballos, G. eds. Seasonally dry tropical forests, ecology and conservation. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
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CitationWall, D.A.; Gonzalez, G.; Simmons, B.L. 2011. Seasonally dry forest soil biodiversity and functioning. Pages 61-70 in: Dirzo, R.; Young, H.S.; Mooney, H.A.; Ceballos, G. eds. Seasonally dry tropical forests, ecology and conservation. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.
Keywordssoil fauna, biodiversity, sustainable management, nutrient cycling, nitrogen fixation, decomposition, organic matter, inorganic C deposition
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