Plant, soil microorganisms and carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems – links and interactions

We study and analyse the interactions between plant communities, belowground microorganisms and soil properties (especially the ability of the soil to sequestrate carbon) in natural forest stands and stands influenced by human activity (different management of forest stands, land use changes) necessary for a realistic assessment of specific potential of forest soils for carbon sequestration, soil and plant  protection, […]

Read More