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Soil Fauna Assemblages
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Publisher : Cambridge University Press
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ISBN 10 : 1107191483
Pages : 378 pages
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A holistic overview of soil fauna, their contributions to ecosystem function, and implications of global change belowground.

Soil Fauna Assemblages

A holistic overview of soil fauna, their contributions to ecosystem function, and implications of global change belowground.

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Soil Fauna Assemblages

This volume provides a modern introduction to the soil fauna and their contributions to ecosystem function, the mechanisms that structure soil fauna assemblages from local to global scales, and the potential impacts of global change on soil fauna assemblages and through this ecosystem function. Wanting to be an accessible primer,

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