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Nwaishi F, Petrone RM, Macrae ML, Price JS, Strack M, Slawson R, Andersen R.  2016.  Above and below-ground nutrient cycling: a criteria for assessing the biogeochemical functioning of a constructed fen. Applied Soil EcologyApplied Soil Ecology. 98:177-194.
Nunes I., Jacquiod S., Brejnrod A., Holm P.E, Johansen A., Brandt K.K, Prieme A., Sorensen S.J.  2016.  Coping with copper: legacy effect of copper on potential activity of soil bacteria following a century of exposure. Fems Microbiology EcologyFems Microbiology EcologyFems Microbiology Ecology. 92:12.
Nunan N., Lerch T.Z, Pouteau V., Mora P., Changey F., Kätterer T., Giusti-Miller S., Herrmann A.M.  2015.  Metabolising old soil carbon: Simply a matter of simple organic matter? Soil Biology and BiochemistrySoil Biology and Biochemistry. 88:128-136.
Nielsen UN, Osler GHR, Campbell CD, Burslem DFRP, van der Wal R.  2010.  The influence of vegetation type, soil properties and precipitation on the composition of soil mite and microbial communities at the landscape scale. Journal of BiogeographyJournal of Biogeography. 37:1317-1328.
Nie M, Pendall E, Bell C, Gasch CK, Raut S, Tamang S, Wallenstein MD.  2013.  Positive climate feedbacks of soil microbial communities in a semi-arid grassland. Ecology LettersEcology Letters. 16:234-241.
Nguyen L.TT, Osanai Y., Lai K., Anderson I.C, Bange M.P, Tissue D.T, Singh B.K.  2018.  Responses of the soil microbial community to nitrogen fertilizer regimes and historical exposure to extreme weather events: Flooding or prolonged-drought. Soil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & BiochemistrySoil Biology & Biochemistry. 118:227-236.
Nguyen D.B, Rose M.T, Rose T.J, Van Zwieten L..  2018.  Effect of glyphosate and a commercial formulation on soil functionality assessed by substrate induced respiration and enzyme activity. European Journal of Soil BiologyEuropean Journal of Soil Biology. 85:64-72.
Nazaries L, Tottey W, Robinson L, Khachane A, Al-Soud WAbu, Sørensen S, Singh BK.  2015.  Shifts in the microbial community structure explain the response of soil respiration to land-use change but not to climate warming. Soil Biology and BiochemistrySoil Biology and Biochemistry. 89:123-134.