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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 BiologyGlobal Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 16:2307-2321.
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 SoilPlant and Soil. 339:413-424.
Creamer R.E, Stone D., Berry P., Kuiper I..  2016.  Measuring respiration profiles of soil microbial communities across Europe using MicroResp™ method. Applied Soil EcologyApplied Soil Ecology. 97:36-43.
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 SoilsBiology and Fertility of Soils. 45:623-633.
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 ResearchSoil Research. 51:707-718.
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 & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 43:845-852.
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 ResearchSoil Research. 58:21-34.
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 & BiochemistrySoil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 94:200-210.
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. PedobiologiaPedobiologiaPedobiologia. 58:81-88.
Chodak M., Klimek B., Niklinska M..  2016.  Composition and activity of soil microbial communities in different types of temperate forests. Biology and Fertility of SoilsBiology and Fertility of SoilsBiology and Fertility of Soils. 52:1093-1104.
Chen H.H, Mothapo N.V, Shi W..  2014.  The significant contribution of fungi to soil N2O production across diverse ecosystems. Applied Soil EcologyApplied Soil Ecology. 73:70-77.
Chapman S.J, Campbell C.D, Artz R.RE.  2007.  Assessing CLPPs using MicroReSp (TM) - A comparison with biolog and multi-SIR. Journal of Soils and SedimentsJournal of Soils and Sediments. 7:406-410.
Castillo-Monroy A.P, Bowker M.A, Garcia-Palacios P., Maestre F.T.  2015.  Aspects of soil lichen biodiversity and aggregation interact to influence subsurface microbial function. Plant and SoilPlant and SoilPlant and Soil. 386:303-316.
Caruso T, Hammer EC, Hempel S, Kohler J, E. Morris K, Veresoglou SD, Opitz N, Wehner J, Rillig MC.  2018.  Assessing soil ecosystem processes – biodiversity relationships in a nature reserve in Central Europe. Plant and SoilPlant and Soil. 424:491-501.
Campbell C.D, Chapman S.J, Cameron C.M, Davidson M.S, Potts J.M.  2003.  A rapid microtiter plate method to measure carbon dioxide evolved from carbon substrate amendments so as to determine the physiological profiles of soil microbial communities by using whole soil. Applied and Environmental MicrobiologyApplied and Environmental MicrobiologyApplied and Environmental Microbiology. 69:3593-3599.
Campbell C.D, Cameron C.M, Bastias B.A, Chen C.R, Cairney J.WG.  2008.  Long term repeated burning in a wet sclerophyll forest reduces fungal and bacterial biomass and responses to carbon substrates. Soil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 40:2246-2252.