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Reserve a copy 1. Aboveground-belowground linkages : biotic interactions, ecosystem processes, and global change (2010)
Bardgett, R D; Wardle, D.A.
ISBN: 9780199546886
Copies: 1
Bardgett, R D (Author)574.4Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 2. Biological diversity and function in soils (2005)
Bardgett, R D; Usher, M B; Hopkins, D W
ISBN: 0521609879
Copies: 3
Bardgett, R D (Editor)502.7:631.4Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 3. The biology of soil : a community and ecosystem approach ( 2005)
Bardgett, R D
ISBN: 0198525036
Copies: 5
Bardgett, R D (Author)631.46Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  4. The characterisation of microbial communities in environmental samples (2002)
Parekh N R, Bardgett R D et al
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Parekh, N R (Nisha) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  5. The diet and food preferences of Onychiurus procampatus (Collembola) from upland grassland soils. (1993)
Bardgett R D, Whittaker J.B. et al
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  6. Dynamic interactions between soil animals and microorganisms in upland grassland soils amended with sheep dung: a microcosm experiment. (1998)
Bardgett R D, Keiller S et al
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  7. The effect of collembolan grazing on fungal activity in differently managed upland pastures: a microcosm study. (1993)
Bardgett R D, Whittaker J.B. et al
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  8. The effects of agricultural management on the soil biota of some upland grasslands. (1993)
Bardgett R D, Frankland J C et al
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  9. Enchytraeid worms (Oligochaeta) enhance mineralization of carbon in organic upland soils (2000)
Cole L, Bardgett R D et al
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  10. The extent and condition of heather in moorland, and the potential impact of climatic change. (1995)
Bardgett R D, Marsden J H et al
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  11. The extent and condition of heather on moorland in the uplands of England and Wales. (1995)
Bardgett R D, Marsden J H et al
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Reserve a copy 12. Global soil biodiversity atlas (2016)
Orgiazzi, A; Bardgett, R D; Barrios, E; Behan-Pelletier, V; Briones, M J I (Maria); Chotte, J-L; De Deyn, G B; Eggleton, P; Fraser, T; Hedlund, K; Jeffery, S; Johnson, N C; Jones, A; Kandeler, E; Kaneko, N; Lavell, P; Lemanceau, P; Miko, L; Montanarella, L.; Moreira, F M S; Ramirez, K S; Scheu, S; Singh, K; Six, J; van der Putten, W H; Griffiths, R I
ISBN: 9789279481697
Copies: 1
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  13. Impacts of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide on model terrestrial ecosystems. (1998)
Jones T H, Thompson L J et al
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Jones, T H (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  14. Impacts of soil faunal community composition on model grassland ecosystems (2002)
Bradford M A, Jones T H et al
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Bradford, M A (Mark) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  15. Large herbivores affect the stoichiometry of nutrients in a regenerating woodland ecosystem (2005)
Carline K A, Jones H E J et al
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Carline, K A (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  16. Relating microarthropod community structure and diversity to soil fertility manipulations in temperate grassland (2005)
Cole L, Buckland S M et al
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  17. Relationships between enchytraeid worms (Oligochaeta), climate change, and the release of dissolved organic carbon from blanket peat in northern England (2002)
Cole L, Bardgett R D et al
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  18. Rising atmospheric CO2 reduces sequestration of root-derived soil carbon (2005)
Heath J., Ayres E et al
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Heath, J. (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  19. Soil animals influence microbial abundance, but not plant-microbial competition for soil organic nitrogen (2004)
Cole L, Staddon P L et al
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  20. Soil invertebrates disrupt carbon flow through fungal networks (2005)
Johnson D, Krsek M et al
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  21. Tree physiological responses to above-ground herbivory directly modify below-ground processes of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling (2004)
Ayres E, Heath J. et al
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  22. The use of the membrane filter technique for comparative measurements of hyphal lengths in different grassland sites. (1991)
Bardgett R D
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  23. Vertebrate herbivores and ecosystem control: cascading effects of faeces on tundra ecosystems (2004)
Van der Wal R, Bardgett R D et al
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