2018
DOI: 10.5935/1806-6690.20180041
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Addition of waste and introduction of microorganisms after 45 years of soil degradation

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“…The opposed the trend for q Mic, the proportion of MBC to total organic carbon. The observed q Mic increased in the RM sites, relative to DAWI, indicating a higher proportion of microbial carbon in the total carbon pool [ 61 , 62 ]. Similar values were found among all RM treatments and CER for qCO 2 and qMic , showing that remediation is producing conditions similar to our ideal undisturbed site.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The opposed the trend for q Mic, the proportion of MBC to total organic carbon. The observed q Mic increased in the RM sites, relative to DAWI, indicating a higher proportion of microbial carbon in the total carbon pool [ 61 , 62 ]. Similar values were found among all RM treatments and CER for qCO 2 and qMic , showing that remediation is producing conditions similar to our ideal undisturbed site.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Similar values were found among all RM treatments and CER for qCO 2 and qMic , showing that remediation is producing conditions similar to our ideal undisturbed site. The quotients present specific respiration rates ( q CO 2 ) and stock of carbon in the soil ( qMic) , the highest values of q Mic indicate the maintenance of carbon in the soil [ 61 ], revealing that after five years of treatments, the RM soils show positive changes in microbial activity comparable to the specific respiration and stock of carbon from the CER. These microbial responses are expected due to the input of organic amendments and the physical changes caused by tillage [ 60 , 63 ].…”
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“…According to the Köppen classification (Climate-Data.Org, 2019), this region is characterized by the humid subtropical (Cfa) climate, with hot summers and cold winters, having an average annual rainfall of 1800 mm. The region soil is classified, according to Embrapa, as a "Latossolo Vermelho Eutroférrico" (Ultisol) with clayey texture (Santos et al, 2018a).…”
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“…In temperate areas, recent efforts aiming at restoring eroded soils for vegetation recovery have been using mycorrhizal inoculation, showing positive results in terms of improving soil properties and facilitating the re-establishment of the original flora (Asmelash et al, 2016). Comparable studies in tropical areas are still scarce, but see Faria et al (2013) and Santos et al (2018). In natural habitats, plant diversity and productivity are positively correlated with mycorrhiza diversity (Hu et al, 2018), and different plant functional groups have specific and different mycorrhizal colonization rates, with forbs being generally more colonized than grasses (Bunn et al, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%