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Prof. Heribert Insam (Austria)

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Date Publication
06.10.2010 Article: Microbial communities of arboreal and ground soils in the Esquinas rainforest, Costa Rica.
Pittl E, Innerebner G, Wanek W, Insam H
Plant and Soil, 329,, 65-74
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-009-0134-7
06.10.2010 Article: Metabolic quotient of the soil microflora in relation to plant succession.
Insam H, Haselwandter K
Oecologia, 79, 174-178
06.10.2010 Article: Effect of afforestation on microbial biomass and activity in soils of tropical China
Ding M.-M., Yi W.-M., Liao L.-Y., Martens R. and Insam H
Soil Biology, 24, 865-872.

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