SSSA Soil Biology & Biochemistry Division


Soil Biology & Biochemistry Division

Soil microorganisms, organic matter, nitrogen transformations, microbial decomposition, rhizosphere dynamics, mycorrhizae, enzymes, and fate of organic material.

The Soil Biology and Biochemistry Division brings together scientific experts in the fields of soil biodiversity, soil biological organisms, biochemical properties of soil organic matter, biogeochemical processes of the elements, and below-ground plant microbe interactions. Pooling the resources of these scientists, the Division addresses scientific questions in these fields, promoting the acquisition and dissemination of scientific knowledge of soil biology and biochemistry for the understanding, conservation, and restoration of our soil resources for agriculture and food production, and urban and rural environmental quality.

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Recent Open Access Articles

Apparent Stability and Subtle Change in Surface and Subsurface Soil Carbon and Nitrogen under a Long-Term Fertilizer Gradient
Sarah M. Collier, Matthew D. Ruark, Mack R. Naber, Todd W. Andraski and Michael D. Casler
Non-Legume Cover Crops Can Increase Non-Growing Season Nitrous Oxide Emissions
Ben W. Thomas, Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney, Claudia Goyer, Martin H. Chantigny and Anaïs Charles
Chemical Distribution of Phosphorus in Soils used during the Development of Sorption Isotherms
Djalma Schmitt, Paulo H. Pagliari and Carlos A. C. do Nascimento

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