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17-Jun-2015Abundance, biomass and diversity of the soil fauna in degrated areas under recuperation in the central Amazon region.GARCIA, M.; BECK, L.; FORSTER, B.; FRANKLIN, E.; HANAGARTH, W.; HOFER, H.; LUIZAO, F.; LUIZAO, R.; MARTIUS, C.; MORAIS, J. W.; ROMBKE, J.
23-Nov-2000Assessment of ecotoxicological effects of pesticides on the soil fauna and soil processes under tropical conditions.ROMBKE, J.; GARCIA, M.
1-Abr-1998Earthworm densities in central Amazonian primary and secondary forests and a polyculture forestry plantation.ROMBKE, J.; MELLER, M.; GARCIA, M.
4-Dez-2000Management of leguminous cover crops to improve soil fertility in central Amazonia.RODRIGUES, M. do R.; BECK, L.; DIAS, M. C.; FORSTER, B.; GARCIA, T.; GARCIA, M.; HAHAGARTH, W.; HOFER, H.; MARTIUS, C.; ROMBKE, J.; XAVIER, J. J.
1-Abr-1998SHIFT project ENV 52: soil fauna and litter decomposition. The use of adapted soil biological methods to study macrofauna in Amazonian rain forests.GARCIA, M.; HOFER, H.; MARTIUS, C.; ROMBKE, J.; OTT, R.; BECK, L.
6-Out-1999Soil fauna and litter decomposition in primary and secondary forests and a polyculture system in Amazonia - study design and methodology.BECK, L.; HOFER, H.; MARTIUS, C.; GARCIA, M. B.; FRANKLIN, E.; ROMBKE, J.
20-Nov-2000The function of the soil macrofauna in decomposition processes in central Amazonian polyculture systems and forests.HOFER, H.; BECK, L.; FORSTER, B.; GARCIA, M.; HANAGARTH, W.; LUIZAO, F.; LUIZAO, R.; MARTIUS, C.; MORAIS, J. W.; ROMBKE, J.
6-Out-1999The role of soil fauna in litter decomposition in primary forests, secondary forests and a polyculture plantation in Amazonia - methodological considerations.BECK, L.; GASPAROTTO, L.; FORSTER, B.; FRANKLIN, E.; GARCIA, M.; HARADA, A.; HOFER, H.; LUIZAO, F.; LUIZAO, R.; MARTIUS, C.; MORAIS, J. W. de; ROMBKE, J.
1-Abr-1998The role of the soil fauna in the litter decomposition process in primary forests, secondary forests and a polyculture plantation in Amazonia (SHIFT Project ENV 52).BECK, L.; GASPAROTTO, L.; FÖRSTER, B.; FRANKLIN, E.; GARCIA, M.; HARADA, A.; HOFER, H.; LUIZÃO, F.; LUIZAO, R.; MARTIUS C.; MORAIS, J. W. de; OLIVEIRA, E.; ROMBKE, J.