Soil ecology is the study of the interactions among soil organisms and is concerned with the cycling of nutrients, the formation and stabilization of the soil structure, the spread of pathogens, and the biodiversity of this rich biological community.
Information from Wikipedia on the study of the interactions among soil organisms, the features of the ecosystem, the soil food web, and research into this biological community.
Dr J Floot Anthoni explains how the soil works, what lives there and how nutrients are recycled.
Primary focus is on soils and below-ground processes in arid and semiarid ecosystems with emphasis on microbial ecology and plant-microorganism relationships (San Diego State University, University of California Riverside, USA).
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