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Hupfauf S, Bachmann S, Juárez MFernández, Insam H, Eichler-Löbermann B.  2016.  Biogas digestates affect crop P uptake and soil microbial community composition. Science of The Total EnvironmentScience of The Total Environment. 542, Part B:1144-1154.
Hund-Rinke K., Hummler A., Schlinkert R., Wege F., Broll G..  2019.  Evaluation of microbial shifts caused by a silver nanomaterial: comparison of four test systems. Environmental Sciences EuropeEnvironmental Sciences EuropeEnvironmental Sciences Europe. 31:13.
Humberto A, Wence H, Clare C, Helaina B, Sebastian M, Jorge P, Yasna T, Pablo C.  2020.  Alteration of enzyme activities and functional diversity of a soil contaminated with copper and arsenic. Ecotoxicology and Environmental SafetyEcotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 192:110264.
D. Howell M, M. MacKenzie D.  2017.  Using bioavailable nutrients and microbial dynamics to assess soil type and placement depth in reclamation. Applied Soil EcologyApplied Soil Ecology. 116:87-95.
Herrmann A.M, Bolscher T..  2015.  Simultaneous screening of microbial energetics and CO2 respiration in soil samples from different ecosystems. Soil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 83:88-92.
Hermann G, Shore LS, Steinberger Y.  2011.  Effects of cattle-lagoon slurry on a soil microbial community can be observed until depths of 50m. Applied Soil EcologyApplied Soil Ecology. 49:32-39.
He Y, Xu Z, Chen C, Burton J, Ma Q, Ge Y, Xu J.  2008.  Using light fraction and macroaggregate associated organic matters as early indicators for management-induced changes in soil chemical and biological properties in adjacent native and plantation forests of subtropical Australia. GeodermaGeoderma. 147:116-125.
Harris JA, Ritz K, Coucheney E, Grice SM, Lerch TZ, Pawlett M, Herrmann AM.  2012.  The thermodynamic efficiency of soil microbial communities subject to long-term stress is lower than those under conventional input regimes. Soil Biology and BiochemistrySoil Biology and Biochemistry. 47:149-157.
Hamonts K., Trivedi P., Grinyer J., Holford P., Drigo B., Anderson I.A, Singh B.K.  2018.  Yellow Canopy Syndrome in sugarcane is associated with shifts in the rhizosphere soil metagenome but not with overall soil microbial function. Soil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 125:275-285.
Hamard S., Robroek B.JM, Allard P.M, Signarbieux C., Zhou S.Z, Saesong T., de Baaker F., Buttler A., Chiapusio G., Wolfender J.L et al..  2019.  Effects of Sphagnum Leachate on Competitive Sphagnum Microbiome Depend on Species and Time. Frontiers in MicrobiologyFrontiers in MicrobiologyFrontiers in Microbiology. 10:17.
Hahn A.S, Quideau S.A.  2013.  Shifts in soil microbial community biomass and resource utilization along a Canadian glacier chronosequence. Canadian Journal of Soil ScienceCanadian Journal of Soil ScienceCanadian Journal of Soil Science. 93:305-318.