By Fatima M. S. Moreira,E. Jeroen Huising,David E. Bignell
The equipment supply a standardized foundation for characterizing soil biodiversity and present land makes use of in terrestrial common, semi-natural and agroecosystems in tropical forests and at wooded area margins. the purpose is to evaluate soil biodiversity opposed to present and ancient land use practices either at plot and panorama scales and, additional, to spot possibilities for stronger sustainable land administration during the creation, administration or remediation of soil biota, therefore lowering the necessity for exterior inputs corresponding to fertilizers and insecticides. The ebook additionally includes broad suggestion at the dealing with of specimens and the allocation of organisms to pressure or practical staff type.
Published with TSBF-CIAT, CTA, UNEP and GEF
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