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Over de intieme relatie tussen boomsoorten en regenwormen

Stephanie Schelfhout UGent, An De Schrijver UGent, Lars Vesterdal, Jan Mertens UGent and Kris Verheyen UGent (2013) DE LEVENDE NATUUR. 114(5). p.191-193
abstract
Earthworms play an important role as ecosystem engineers. After 40 years of afforestation, the earthworm populations were influenced by the soil acidifying capacities and litter quality of six different tree species. Deep-burrowing anecic earthworms were most often absent in Spruce stands, whereas in Oak and Beech the results were variable depending on the exchangeable aluminium concentration. The highest chance on anecic earthworm presence was found in Ash, Maple and Lime stands.
Regenwormen spelen een grote rol in de nutriëntenkringloop. Niet voor niets zijn ze volgens Darwin ‘the most important animal species on earth’ (Darwin, 1881). Ze worden onder andere beïnvloed door de mate van bodemverzuring en kwaliteit van het toegeleverde strooisel. De natuurbeheerder kan in bossen de regenwormpopulaties sturen via de boomsoortkeuze.
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earthworms, soil acidification, tree species effect
journal title
DE LEVENDE NATUUR
Levende Nat.
volume
114
issue
5
pages
191 - 193
ISSN
0024-1520
language
Dutch
UGent publication?
yes
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A4
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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4284143
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4284143
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2014-02-10 10:28:05
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  abstract     = {Earthworms play an important role as ecosystem engineers. After 40 years of afforestation, the earthworm populations were influenced by the soil acidifying capacities and litter quality of six different tree species. Deep-burrowing anecic earthworms were most often absent in Spruce stands, whereas in Oak and Beech the results were variable depending on the exchangeable aluminium concentration. The highest chance on anecic earthworm presence was found in Ash, Maple and Lime stands.},
  author       = {Schelfhout, Stephanie and De Schrijver, An and Vesterdal, Lars and Mertens, Jan and Verheyen, Kris},
  issn         = {0024-1520},
  journal      = {DE LEVENDE NATUUR},
  keyword      = {earthworms,soil acidification,tree species effect},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {191--193},
  title        = {Over de intieme relatie tussen boomsoorten en regenwormen},
  volume       = {114},
  year         = {2013},
}

Chicago
Schelfhout, Stephanie, An De Schrijver, Lars Vesterdal, Jan Mertens, and Kris Verheyen. 2013. “Over De Intieme Relatie Tussen Boomsoorten En Regenwormen.” De Levende Natuur 114 (5): 191–193.
APA
Schelfhout, S., De Schrijver, A., Vesterdal, L., Mertens, J., & Verheyen, K. (2013). Over de intieme relatie tussen boomsoorten en regenwormen. DE LEVENDE NATUUR, 114(5), 191–193.
Vancouver
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Schelfhout S, De Schrijver A, Vesterdal L, Mertens J, Verheyen K. Over de intieme relatie tussen boomsoorten en regenwormen. DE LEVENDE NATUUR. 2013;114(5):191–3.
MLA
Schelfhout, Stephanie, An De Schrijver, Lars Vesterdal, et al. “Over De Intieme Relatie Tussen Boomsoorten En Regenwormen.” DE LEVENDE NATUUR 114.5 (2013): 191–193. Print.