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Tree effect on soil biota – Response to long-term forest tree density manipulation across a stand age gradient

Abstract : In the framework of the Imprebio project, our study showed that long-term forest tree density manipulation could alter soil biota and the soil food web structure. This could have important implications for litter decomposition and could subsequently alter soil process and ecosystem functioning, i.e. carbon and nutrients cycling. We also showed that the soil biota reponse to forest tree density depend on forest successional stage and that the stand age effect was predominant compared to the tree density effect.
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Ludovic Henneron, Matthieu Chauvat, F. Bureau, M. Akpa Vinceslas, I. Gattin, et al.. Tree effect on soil biota – Response to long-term forest tree density manipulation across a stand age gradient. 11th INTECOL Congress, Ecology: Into the next 100 years, Aug 2013, London, United Kingdom. pp.1, 2013. ⟨hal-02599562⟩

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