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Land degradation drivers, including loss in vegetation and eutrophication, are expected to impact soil biodiversity and functions in drylands world-wi...Read more
In a randomized plot experiment on Festuca arundinacea grassland on alluvial loam soil during 1968, plots were mowed and raked bi-weekly, mowed and sp...Read more
Soils under improved pastures of Giant Rhodes grass, of Beckeropsis uniseta and of a Panicum species, heavily fertilized and stocked, and soils under ...Read more
Degradation of dryland ecosystems is a worldwide problem caused by climate change and human activities. To restore these degraded ecosystems, governme...Read more
The results of an extensive soil quality assessment on conventionally managed fields were compared with the soil quality on a reference field as a res...Read more
Drylands are highly vulnerable to land degradation, and despite increasing efforts, restoration success remains low. Although often ignored in the des...Read more
Natural forest succession after disturbances is one of the most important restoration strategies. However, the responses of ecosystem multifunctionali...Read more
Uncovering the plant-soil feedback mechanisms underlying the assembly of belowground microbial communities is essential for terrestrial biodiversity c...Read more
The provision of food requirements for current and future generations can be guaranteed through agricultural intensification options that safeguard th...Read more
Ecosystem restoration is a global priority, currently promoted by several ambitious commitments. Most of the research to guide restoration practices w...Read more