Further Reading

Bardgett RD (2005) The Biology of Soil: A Community and Ecosystem

Approach (Biology of Habitats). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bardgett RD, Usher MB, and Hopkins DW (eds.) (2005) Biological Diversity and Function in Soils. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Beare MH, Coleman DC, Crossley DA, Jr., Hendrix PF, and Odum EP (1995) A hierarchical approach to evaluating the significance of soil biodiversity to biogeochemical cycling. Plant and Soil 170: 5-22. Brussard L (1998) Soil fauna, guilds, functional groups and ecosystem processes. Applied Soil Ecology 9: 123-135. Cardon ZG and Whitbeck JL (2007) The Rhizosphere: An Ecological

Perspective. Burlington, MA: Academic Press. Coleman DC, Crossley DA, Jr., and Hendrix PF (2004) Fundamentals of

Soil Ecology, 2nd edn. Burlington, MA: Academic Press. deRuiter PC, Neutel A-M, and Moore JC (1995) Energetics, patterns of interaction strengths, and stability in real ecosystems. Science 269(5228): 1257-1260. Jackson RB, Fierer N, and Schimel JP (eds.) (2007) Special feature:

New directions in microbial ecology. Ecology 88: 1343-1400. Jenny H (1980) The Soil Resource: Origin and Behavior. Ecological

Studies 37. New York: Springer. Moore JC, McCann K, Setala H, and de Ruiter PC (2003) Top-down is bottom-up: Does predation in the rhizosphere regulate aboveground dynamics? Ecology 84: 846-857. Paul EA (ed.) (2006) Soil Microbiology, Ecology, and Biogeochemistry,

3rd edn. Burlington, MA: Academic Press. Scheau S and Setala H (2002) The soil food web: Structure and perspectives. In: Tscharntke B and Hawkins BA (eds.) Multitrophic Level Interactions, pp. 223-264. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Swift MJ, Heal OW, and Anderson JM (1979) Decomposition in

Terrestrial Ecosystems. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications. Wall DH (ed.) (2004) Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in

Soils and Sediments. Washington, DC: Island Press. Wardle DA (2002) Communities and Ecosystems: Linking the Aboveground and Belowground Components. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Wolters V (2000) Invertebrate control of soil organic matter stability.

Biology and Fertility of Soils 31: 1-19. Zak DR, Blackwood CB, and Waldrop MP (2006) A molecular dawn for biogeochemistry. Trends in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 21: 288-295.

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