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Pacific Northwest Forest & Rangeland Soil Organism Symposium: Proceedings
Robert T. Meurisse (ed); William G. Ypsilantis (ed); Cathy Seybold (ed). Soil organisms (SO) have become a focus of attention for addressing issues of soil quality & health, & ecosystem sustainability. Land managers are challenged to ensure that their actions are beneficial to below ground organisms & processes in the long-term. The principal SO include bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, arthropods, nematodes, worms, insects, & mammals. These proceedings provide a “state-of-the-science” about SO related to management, & addressed SO functions & processes, & management effects on SO & processes. Also describes roles of SO in restoration & applications for land management. The focus of the symposium was on Pacific Northwest forest & rangeland ecosystems.
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