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Illustrated summaries of articles studying the impact of OWP application on soil biology

Short-term effect of pig slurry and its digestate application on biochemical properties of soils and emissions of volatile organic compounds

Monard & al., Applied Soil Ecology 147 (2020) 103376
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Diversité microbienne

Reduced microbial diversity induces larger volatile organic compound emissions from soils

Abis & al., Sci Rep 10, 6104 (2020)
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Sadet-Bourgeteau & al (2019)

Microbial communities from different soil types respond differently to organic waste input.

Sadet-Bourgeteau & al., Applied Soil Ecology 143 (2019) 70–79
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Sadet-Bourgeteau & al., 2018

Lasting effect of repeated application of organic waste products on microbial communities in arable soils

Sadet-Bourgeteau & al., Applied Soil Ecology Volume 125, April 2018, Pages 278-287
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Mougin & al ., 2015

A coordinated set of ecosystem research platforms open to international research in ecotoxicology, AnaEE-France

Mougin & al ., Journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, (2015), 22 (20) 16215-16228
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Watteau & al., 2011

0-20 µm aggregate typology based on the nature of aggregative organic materials in a cultivated silty topsoil

Watteau & al., Soil Biology & Biochemistry 46 (2012) 103-114
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Capowiez & al., 2009

Study of the effects of organic waste product inputs on the earthworm macrofauna under arable conditions

Capowiez & al., Etude et Gestion des Sols, 16 (3-4), (2009), Pages 175-185
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Martin-Laurent & al., 2004

Estimation of atrazine-degrading genetic potential and activity in three French agricultural soils

Martin-Laurent & al., FEMS Microbiology Ecology 48 (2004) 425–435
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