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  1. Retrieving secondary forest aboveground biomass from polarimetric ALOS-2 PALSAR-2 data in the Brazilian Amazon

    Cassol, H. L. G., Carreiras, J. M. B., Moraes, E. C., de Aragão, L. E. O. C., Silva, C. V. J., Quegan, S. & Shimabukuro, Y. E., 2019, In : Remote Sensing. 11, 1, 32 p., 59.

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  2. Load balance and Parallel I/O: Optimising COSA for large simulations

    Jackson, A., Campobasso, M. S. & Drofelnik, J., 15/09/2018, In : Computers and Fluids. 173, p. 206-215 10 p.

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  3. Research trends in ecosystem services provided by insects

    Noriega, J. A., Hortal, J., Azcárate, F. M., Berg, M. P., Bonada, N., Briones, M. J. I., Del Toro, I., Goulson, D., Ibanez, S., Landis, D. A., Moretti, M., Potts, S. G., Slade, E., Stout, J. C., Ulyshen, M. D., Wackers, F. L., Woodcock, B. A. & Santos, A. M. C., 1/02/2018, In : Basic and Applied Ecology. 26, p. 8-23 16 p.

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  4. Judgmental Selection of Forecasting Models

    Petropoulos, F., Kourentzes, N., Nikolopoulos, K. & Siemsen, E., 2018, In : Journal of Operations Management. 60, p. 34-46 13 p.

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  5. Nutrient limitation of woody debris decomposition in a tropical forest: contrasting effects of N and P addition

    Chen, Y., Sayer, E., Li, Z., Mo, Q., Li, Y., Ding, Y., Wang, J., Lu, X., Tang, J. & Wang, F., 02/2016, In : Functional Ecology. 30, p. 295-304 10 p.

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  6. Macrofauna assemblage composition and soil moisture interact to affect soil ecosystem functions

    Collison, E. J., Riutta, T. & Slade, E. M., 02/2013, In : Acta Oecologica. 47, p. 30-36 7 p.

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  7. Experimental evidence for the interacting effects of forest edge, moisture and soil macrofauna on leaf litter decomposition

    Riutta, T., Slade, E. M., Bebber, D. P., Taylor, M. E., Malhi, Y., Riordan, P., Macdonald, D. W. & Morecroft, M. D., 06/2012, In : Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 49, p. 124-131 8 p.

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  8. Climate change cannot be entirely responsible for soil carbon loss observed in England and Wales, 1978-2003

    Chapman, S. J., Scott, W. A., Black, H. I. J., Wattenbach, M., Milne, R., Campbell, C. D., Lilly, A., Ostle, N., Lumsdon, D. G., Millard, P., Towers, W., Zaehle, S. & Smith, J. U., 1/12/2007, In : Global Change Biology. 13, 12, p. 2605-2609 5 p.

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  9. Do plant species encourage soil biota that specialise in the rapid decomposition of their litter?

    Ayres, E., Dromph, K. M. & Bardgett, R. D., 01/2006, In : Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38, 1, p. 183-186 4 p.

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  10. Changes in species evenness of litter have no effect on decomposition processes.

    King, R. F., Dromph, K. M. & Bardgett, R. D., 12/2002, In : Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 34, 12, p. 1959-1963 5 p.

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  11. How changes in animal diversity within a soil trophic group influence ecosystem processes.

    Cragg, R. G. & Bardgett, R. D., 12/2001, In : Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 33, 15, p. 2073-2081 9 p.

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