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Ecology of Arable Land Organisms, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling

Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 40
Edited By: O Andrén, T Lindberg, K Paustian and T Rosswall
222 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, SEMs
Publisher: Munksgaard
Ecology of Arable Land
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This volume presents the results of the project "Ecology of Arable Land. The Role of Organisms in Nitrogen Cycling." The project was carried out during 1979-1988 with field studies concentrated to 1980-1985. The main project objective was to investigate and synthesize the contributions of the soil organisms to nitrogen and carbon circulation in four contrasting cropping systems. More than 25 scientists, from disciplines including soil hydrology, crop production ecology, soil microbiology, soil zoology, soil chemistry and systems analysis, were involved in the project.

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Preface. 1. Introduction (O. Andren, T. Lindberg, K. Paustian and T. Rosswall) 2. The Experimental Field (E. Steen, L. Bergstrom, P.-E. Jansson, R. Johansson, H. Johnsson and J. Peterson) 3. Heat and Water Processes P.-E. Jansson, H. Johnsson and G. Alvenas) 4. Structure of the Agroecosystem (A.-C. Hansson, O. Andren, S. Bostrom, U. Bostrom, M. Clarholm, J. Lagerlof, T. Lindberg, K. Paustian, R. Pettersson and B. Sohlenius) 5. Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Flows (O. Andren, T. Lindberg, U. Bostrom, M. Clarholm, A. -C. Hansson, G. Johansson, J. Lagerlof, K. Paustian, J. Persson, R. Pettersson, J. Schnurer, B. Sohlenius and M. Wivstad) 6. Inorganic Nitrogen Cycling Processes and Flows (T. Rosswall, P. Berg, L.Bergstrom, M. Ferm, C. Johnasson, L. Klemedtsson and B.H. Svensson) 7. Ecosystem Dynamics (K. Paustian, L. Bergstrom, P.-E. Jansson and H. Johnsson) 8. Agricultural Outlook (E. Steen) 9. Epilogue (T. Rosswall, O. Andren, T. Lindberg and K. Paustian) References. Appendix 1: Management Calendar. Appendix 2: Scientific and Technical/Administrative Personnel. Appendix 3: Project Publication List.

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Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 40
Edited By: O Andrén, T Lindberg, K Paustian and T Rosswall
222 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, SEMs
Publisher: Munksgaard
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