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|Earthworms, Millipedes, and Soil Carbon in the Eastern U.S.|
Earthworms, millipedes, and other soil invertebrates directly contribute to forest soil processes such as leaf litter decomposition and soil org ...
|Invasive earthworms have unexpected effects on other soil organisms|
Invasive earthworms alter the structure and function of soil. Forest Service scientists show that these earthworms decrease the abundance of spr ...
|Prescribed Fire to Stem the Tide of Earthworm Invasion|
Asian earthworms are currently invading eastern deciduous forests from Georgia to Vermont. Because these earthworms eat leaf litter in the fores ...
|Short-circuiting an Invasional Meltdown|
Chinese privet is an invasive plant species in flood plain forests of the southeastern U.S., in some cases occupying up to 80 percent of availab ...
|Soil fauna are of vital importance to soil processes and deserve attention|
Although soil fauna are critically important for many ecosystem services, they are often neglected by researchers. Scientists at the Forest Serv ...
|Water, Air, and Soil|
Wildlife and Fish