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European Atlas of Soil Biodiversity

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By: Simon Jeffery(Editor), Ciro Gardi(Editor), Arwyn Jones(Editor), Luca Montanarella(Editor), Luca Marmo(Editor), Ladislav Miko(Editor), Karl Ritz(Editor), Guénola Pérès(Editor), Jörg Römbke(Editor), Wim H van der Putten(Editor)
128 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
European Atlas of Soil Biodiversity
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  • European Atlas of Soil Biodiversity ISBN: 9789279158063 Hardback Sep 2010 Out of Print #188328
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This atlas is a comprehensive guide to soil biology across Europe, allowing non-specialists to access information about this unseen world. The first part of the book provides an overview of the below ground environment, soil biota in general, the ecosystem functions that soil organism perform, the important value it has for human activities and relevance for global biogeochemical cycles.

The second part forms an encyclopedia of soil biodiversity; starting with the smallest organisms such as the bacteria, this segment works through a range of taxonomic groups such as fungi, nematodes, insects and macro-fauna to illustrate the astonishing levels of heterogeneity of life in soil.

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Atlas Out of Print
By: Simon Jeffery(Editor), Ciro Gardi(Editor), Arwyn Jones(Editor), Luca Montanarella(Editor), Luca Marmo(Editor), Ladislav Miko(Editor), Karl Ritz(Editor), Guénola Pérès(Editor), Jörg Römbke(Editor), Wim H van der Putten(Editor)
128 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
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