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Main Title Aboveground-belowground linkages : biotic interactions, ecosystem processes, and global change /
Author Bardgett, Richard D.
Publisher Oxford University Press,
Place Published Oxford ; New York
Year Published 2010
OCLC Number 620092515
Subject Added Ent Biotic communities.; Species diversity.; Global environmental change.
Holdings
Library   Call Number Additional Info Location Date Modified
ELBM QH541.B2715 2010 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 01/03/2012
Collation x, 301 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-287) and index.
Contents Notes Controls on terrestrial ecosystem processes: an historical perspective -- Species and biotic interactions as ecosystem drivers -- Aboveground-belowground interactions as drivers of ecosystem processes -- Aboveground-belowground interactions and global change -- Emerging issues and trends -- Biotic interactions in soil as drivers of ecosystem properties. Introduction ; Influence of decomposers on aboveground communities and ecosystem processes ; Free-living soil microbes, nutrient availability, and plant growth ; Trophic interactions in soil, nutrient availability, and plant growth ; Functional consequences of trophic cascades in the soil food web ; Bacterial-based and fungal-based energy channels and nutrient cycling ; Influence of root-associated organisms on plant communities and ecosystem processes ; Microbial symbionts and plant community dynamics ; Belowground pathogens, herbivores, and plant community dynamics ; Soil ecosystem engineers and plant community dynamics -- Soil biotic interactions, carbon dynamics, and global change. Soil biotic interactions and ecosystem carbon exchange ; Contribution of soil biotic interactions to climate change via carbon-cycle feedbacks ; Multiple global change drivers and soil biotic interactions ; Conclusions -- Plant community influences on the soil community and plant-soil feedbacks. Introduction ; How plants affect the belowground subsystem ; Differential effects of different plant species ; Effects of within-species variation ; Spatial and temporal variability ; Multiple species effects -- Overriding effects of plant traits. Contrasting plant species and trait axes ; Trait dominance, trait dissimilarity, and multiple species effects ; Ecosystem stoichiometery ; Plant-soil feedbacks ; Succession and disturbance ; The build-up phase of succession ; Ecosystem retrogression ; Succession and plant-soil feedbacks -- Indirect belowground effects of global change via vegetation. Indirect belowground effects of climate change ; Indirect belowground effects of nitrogen deposition -- Ecosystem-level significance of aboveground consumers. Introduction ; Herbivore-mediated effects on plant-soil feedbacks and ecosystem processes ; Positive effects of herbivores on belowground properties and ecosystem functioning ; Negative effects of herbivores on belowground properties and ecosystem functioning ; Landscape-scale herbivore effects and multiple stable states ; The role of plant traits in regulating herbivore impacts ; Aboveground trophic cascades and consequences for belowground properties ; Spatial movement of resources by consumer organisms ; Resource transfers across land ; Resource transfers from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems ; Aboveground consumers, carbon dynamics, and global change ; Conclusions -- Aboveground and belowground consequences of species losses and gains ; Introduction ; Species losses through extinction and aboveground-belowground linkages ; The diversity-function issue from an aboveground-belowground perspective ; Removal experiments for studying effects of species losses ; Effects of species losses in real ecosystems ; Species gains through invasion and aboveground-belowground linkages ; Invasions by plants ; Belowground invaders ; Invasions by aboveground consumers ; Consequences of global change through causing species gains and losses ; Conclusions -- Introduction ; Biotic interactions, feedbacks, and ecosystem processes ; Linkages and feedbacks between the aboveground and belowground subsystems ; Organism traits as ecological drivers ; Drivers of spatial and temporal variability ; Drivers of variation over time ; Drivers of variation over space ; Differences across ecosystems ; Global-scale contrasts ; Global change phenomena.
Author Added Ent
Wardle, David A.,
Title Ser Add Ent Oxford series in ecology and evolution.
PUB Date Free Form 2010
Series Title Untraced Oxford series in ecology and evolution
BIB Level m
LCCN 2010929116
ISBN 9780199546879 (hbk. : alk. paper); 0199546878 (hbk. : alk. paper); 9780199546886 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0199546886 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC Time Stamp 20111229125335
Cataloging Source OCLC/T
Language eng
Origin OCLC
Type CAT
OCLC Rec Leader 05471cam 2200493 a 45020


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