Bacterial Community is Associated with the Degree of Soil Organic Matter Decomposition in Moist Acidic Tundra Soil
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- Bacterial Community is Associated with the Degree of Soil Organic Matter Decomposition in Moist Acidic Tundra Soil
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- 습한 산성 툰드라 토양의 박테리아 군집은 토양 유기물 분해 정도와 관련 있다
- Lee, Yoo Kyung
Jung, Ji Young
Kim, Hye Min
- Alaska; Soil bacteria; soil organic matter; soil pH; tussock tundra
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- Lee, Yoo Kyung, et al. 2017. Bacterial Community is Associated with the Degree of Soil Organic Matter Decomposition in Moist Acidic Tundra Soil. The Arctic Science Summit Week 2017. 체코 프라하. 2017.04.01~2017.04.07.
- The increasing temperature in Arctic tundra deepens the active layer, which is the upper layer of permafrost soil that experiences repeated thawing and freezing. The increasing of soil temperature and the deepening of active layer seem to affect soil microbial communities. Therefore, information on soil microbial communities at various soil depths is essential to understand their potential responses to climate change in the active layer soil.
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- The Arctic Science Summit Week 2017
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- 체코 프라하
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