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Michael Beare
Michael Beare
New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei plantandfood.co.nz
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Physical control of soil organic matter dynamics in the tropics
C Feller, MH Beare
Geoderma 79 (1-4), 69-116, 1997
11211997
Agricultural intensification, soil biodiversity and agroecosystem function
KE Giller, MH Beare, P Lavelle, AMN Izac, MJ Swift
Applied soil ecology 6 (1), 3-16, 1997
9751997
Water‐stable aggregates and organic matter fractions in conventional‐and no‐tillage soils
MH Beare, PF Hendrix, DC Coleman
Soil Science Society of America Journal 58 (3), 777-786, 1994
9691994
Aggregate‐protected and unprotected organic matter pools in conventional‐and no‐tillage soils
MH Beare, PF Hendrix, ML Cabrera, DC Coleman
Soil Science Society of America Journal 58 (3), 787-795, 1994
8961994
Alkaline persulfate oxidation for determining total nitrogen in microbial biomass extracts
ML Cabrera, MH Beare
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (4), 1007-1012, 1993
8811993
Microbial and faunal interactions and effects on litter nitrogen and decomposition in agroecosystems
MH Beare, RW Parmelee, PF Hendrix, W Cheng, DC Coleman, ...
Ecological Monographs 62 (4), 569-591, 1992
8111992
A hierarchical approach to evaluating the significance of soil biodiversity to biogeochemical cycling
MH Beare, DC Coleman, DA Crossley, PF Hendrix, EP Odum
The significance and regulation of soil biodiversity, 5-22, 1995
5591995
Chemical and biological characteristics of physically uncomplexed organic matter
EG Gregorich, MH Beare, UF McKim, JO Skjemstad
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (3), 975-985, 2006
5052006
Decay Rates, Nitrogen Fluxes, and Decomposer Communiies of Single‐and Mixed‐Species Foliar Litter
JM Blair, RW Parmelee, MH Beare
Ecology 71 (5), 1976-1985, 1990
4511990
Influence of six crop species on aggregate stability and some labile organic matter fractions
RJ Haynes, MH Beare
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29 (11-12), 1647-1653, 1997
3651997
Biodegradability of soluble organic matter in maize-cropped soils
EG Gregorich, MH Beare, U Stoklas, P St-Georges
Geoderma 113 (3-4), 237-252, 2003
3382003
Influences of mycelial fungi on soil aggregation and organic matter storage in conventional and no-tillage soils
MH Beare, S Hu, DC Coleman, PF Hendrix
Applied Soil Ecology 5 (3), 211-219, 1997
3151997
A substrate-induced respiration (SIR) method for measurement of fungal and bacterial biomass on plant residues
MH Beare, CL Neely, DC Coleman, WL Hargrove
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 22 (5), 585-594, 1990
3001990
Compaction effects on CO2 and N2O production during drying and rewetting of soil
MH Beare, EG Gregorich, P St-Georges
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 611-621, 2009
2912009
Aggregation and organic matter storage in meso-thermal, humid soils
RJ Haynes, MH Beare
Structure and organic matter storage in agricultural soils, 213-262, 2020
2772020
A comparison of methods for measuring water-stable aggregates: implications for determining environmental effects on soil structure
MH Beare, RR Bruce
Soil structure/soil biota interrelationships, 87-104, 1993
2031993
Earthworms and enchytraeids in conventional and no-tillage agroecosystems: A biocide approach to assess their role in organic matter breakdown
RW Parmelee, MH Beare, W Cheng, PF Hendrix, SJ Rider, DA Crossley, ...
Biology and Fertility of Soils 10 (1), 1-10, 1990
2031990
Residue placement and fungicide effects on fungal communities in conventional and no‐tillage soils
MH Beare, DC Coleman, BR Pohlad, DH Wright
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (2), 392-399, 1993
1901993
Relationships between fungal and bacterial substrate-induced respiration, biomass and plant residue decomposition
CL Neely, MH Beare, WL Hargrove, DC Coleman
Soil Biology and biochemistry 23 (10), 947-954, 1991
1861991
Role of microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen in soil quality
CW Rice, TB Moorman, M Beare
Methods for assessing soil quality 49, 203-215, 1997
1811997
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