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Short Communication - Journal of Industrial and Environmental Chemistry (2023) Volume 7, Issue 2

Analytical tools in biogeochemistry and soil ecology

Fire frequency may increase in many ecosystems that are dominated by fire around the world as a result of the effects of increasing human demand, changing land use, and global warming combined. Understanding how changes in fire frequency may affect the basic soil biogeochemical processes and the microbial community over time is critical. Here, we investigated the effects of differences in fire frequency and other fire history features on soil C and N dynamics as well as the main microbial communities in Pinus pinaster forests from central Spain using soil fatty acid profiles.

Author(s): Albert Eelda

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