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Chodak M., Klimek B., Niklinska M..  2016.  Composition and activity of soil microbial communities in different types of temperate forests. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 52:1093-1104.
Chodak M., Klimek B., Azarbad H., Jazwa M..  2015.  Functional diversity of soil microbial communities under Scots pine, Norway spruce, silver birch and mixed boreal forests. Pedobiologia. 58:81-88.
Colombo F., Macdonald C.A, Jeffries T.C, Powell J.R, Singh B.K.  2016.  Impact of forest management practices on soil bacterial diversity and consequences for soil processes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 94:200-210.
Coonan E.C, Richardson A.E, Kirkby C.A, Macdonald L.M, Amidy M.R, Strong C.L, Kirkegaard J.A.  2020.  Carbon stability in a texture contrast soil in response to depth and long-term phosphorus fertilisation of grazed pasture. Soil Research. 58:21-34.
Cordovil C.MDS, de Varennes A., Pinto R., Fernandes R.C.  2011.  Changes in mineral nitrogen, soil organic matter fractions and microbial community level physiological profiles after application of digested pig slurry and compost from municipal organic wastes to burned soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 43:845-852.
Cowie A.L, Lonergan V.E, Rabbi S.MF, Fornasier F., Macdonald C., Harden S., Kawasaki A., Singh B.K.  2013.  Impact of carbon farming practices on soil carbon in northern New South Wales. Soil Research. 51:707-718.
Creamer RE, Bellamy P, Black HIJ, Cameron CM, Campbell CD, Chamberlain P, Harris J, Parekh N, Pawlett M, Poskitt J et al..  2009.  An inter-laboratory comparison of multi-enzyme and multiple substrate-induced respiration assays to assess method consistency in soil monitoring. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:623-633.
Creamer R.E, Stone D., Berry P., Kuiper I..  2016.  Measuring respiration profiles of soil microbial communities across Europe using MicroResp™ method. Applied Soil Ecology. 97:36-43.
Csontos P., Mucsi M., Ragalyi P., Tamas J., Kalapos T., Papay G., Mjazovszky A., Penksza K., Szili-Kovacs T..  2021.  Standing Vegetation Exceeds Soil Microbial Communities in Soil Type Indication: A Procrustes Test of Four Salt-Affected Pastures. Agronomy-Basel. 11:12.
Cui H.Y, Vitousek P.M, Reed S.C, Sokoya B., Bamigboye A.R, Mukherjee A., Penaloza-Bojaca G.FP, Teixido A.L, Trivedi P., He J.Z et al..  2022.  Environmental filtering controls soil biodiversity in wet tropical ecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 166:9.
Curlevski N.JA, Artz R.RE, Anderson I.C, Cairney J.WG.  2011.  Response of soil microbial communities to management strategies for enhancing Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) establishment on heather (Calluna vulgaris) moorland. Plant and Soil. 339:413-424.
Currey P.M, Johnson D., Sheppard L.J, Leith I.D, Toberman H., van der Wal R., Dawson L.A, Artz R.RE.  2010.  Turnover of labile and recalcitrant soil carbon differ in response to nitrate and ammonium deposition in an ombrotrophic peatland. Global Change Biology. 16:2307-2321.
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D'Hervilly C., Marsden C., Capowiez Y., Beral C., Delapre-Cosset L., Bertrand I..  2021.  Trees and herbaceous vegetation strips both contribute to changes in soil fertility and soil organism communities in an agroforestry system. Plant and Soil. :17.
Dacal M., Garcia-Palacios P., Asensio S., Wang J.T, Singh B.K, Maestre F.T.  2022.  Climate change legacies contrastingly affect the resistance and resilience of soil microbial communities and multifunctionality to extreme drought. Functional Ecology. 36:908-920.
Dacal M, Delgado-Baquerizo M, Barquero J, Berhe AAsefaw, Gallardo A, Maestre FT, García-Palacios P.  2022.  Temperature Increases Soil Respiration Across Ecosystem Types and Soil Development, But Soil Properties Determine the Magnitude of This Effect. Ecosystems. 25:184-198.
Dacal M., Bradford M.A, Plaza C., Maestre F.T, Garcia-Palacios P..  2019.  Soil microbial respiration adapts to ambient temperature in global drylands. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3:232-+.
Dacal M, García-Palacios P, Asensio S, Cano-Díaz C, Gozalo B, Ochoa V, Maestre FT.  2020.  Contrasting mechanisms underlie short- and longer-term soil respiration responses to experimental warming in a dryland ecosystem. Global Change Biology. 26:5254-5266.
Dalmonech D., Lagomarsino A., Moscatelli M.C, Chiti T., Valentini R..  2010.  Microbial performance under increasing nitrogen availability in a Mediterranean forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 42:1596-1606.
Dansereau-Macias E., Despland E., Handa I.T.  2023.  Decreased Soil Microbial Biomass and Changed Microbial Community Composition following a Defoliation Event by the Forest Tent Caterpillar. ForestsForests. 14:12.
Date V., Nwaishi F.C, Price J.S, Andersen R..  2018.  Short-term exposure to Oil Sand Process-Affected Water does not reduce microbial potential activity in three contrasting peatland types. Wetlands. 38:769-778.
Davey RS, McNeill AM, Barnett SJ, Gupta VVSR.  2021.  Potential for suppression of Rhizoctonia root rot is influenced by nutrient (N and P) and carbon inputs in a highly calcareous coarse-textured topsoil. Soil Research. :-.
Davies T.KR, Lovelock C.E, Pettit N.E, Grierson P.F.  2017.  Short-term microbial respiration in an arid zone mangrove soil is limited by availability of gallic acid, phosphorus and ammonium. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 115:73-81.
Dawson J.JC, Adhikari Y.R, Soulsby C., Stutter M.I.  2012.  The biogeochemical reactivity of suspended particulate matter at nested sites in the Dee basin, NE Scotland. Science of The Total Environment. 434:159-170.
de Dato G., Lagomarsino A., Lellei-Kovacs E., Liberati D., R. Jaoude A, Marabottini R., Stazi S.R, Guidolotti G., Kovacs-Lang E., Kroel-Dulay G. et al..  2017.  The Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Water Limitation Is Not Merely a Climatic Issue: The Role of Substrate Availability. Forests. 8:22.
de Varennes A., Cunha-Queda C., Qu G.W.  2010.  Amendment of an Acid Mine Soil with Compost and Polyacrylate Polymers Enhances Enzymatic Activities but may Change the Distribution of Plant Species. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 208:91-100.