SCOPE Soil and Sediment Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning Ssbef Committee Publications

Adams, G.A., and D.H. Wall. 2000. Biodiversity above and below the surface of soils and sediments: Linkages and implications for global change. BioScience 50:1043 — 1048. Adams, G.A., D.H. Wall, and A.P Covich. 1999. Linkages between below-surface and above-surface biodiversity. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 80:200—204. Austen, M.C., PJ.D. Lambshead, PA. Hutchings, G. Boucher, P.V.R. Snelgrove, C. Heip, G. King, I. Koike, and C. Smith. 2002. Biodiversity links above and below the marine sediment-water interface that may influence community stability. Biodiversity and Conservation 11:113 — 136. Bardgett, R.D., J.M. Anderson, V. Behan-Pelletier, L. Brussaard, D.C. Coleman, C. Ettema, A. Moldenke, J.P Schimel, and D.H. Wall. 2001. The influence of soil biodiversity on hydrological pathways and the transfer of materials between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Ecosystems 4:421—429. Behan-Pelletier, V., and G. Newton. 1999. Computers in biology: Linking soil biodiversity and ecosystem function—The taxonomic dilemma. BioScience 49:149—153. Brussaard, L., V.M. Behan-Pelletier, D.E. Bignell, V.K. Brown, W. Didden, P. Folgarait,

C. Fragoso, D. Wall Freckman, WS.R. Gupta, T. Hattori, D.L. Hawksworth, C. Klopatek, P Lavelle, D.W. Malloch, J. Rusek, B. Soderstrom, J.M. Tiedje, and R.A. Virginia. 1997. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in soil. Ambio 26:563-570.

Covich, A.P, M.A. Palmer, and T.A. Crowl. 1999. The role of benthic invertebrate species in freshwater ecosystems: Zoobenthic species influence energy flows and nutrient cycling. BioScience 49:119-127. Ewel, K.C., C. Cressa, R.T. Kneib, P.S. Lake, L.A. Levin, M. Palmer, I! Snelgrove, and

D.H. Wall. 2001. Managing critical transition zones. Ecosystems 4:452-460. Finlay, B.J., and G.F. Esteban. 1998. Freshwater protozoa: Biodiversity and ecological function. Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1163-1186. Folgarait, PJ. 1998. Ant biodiversity and its relationship to ecosystem functioning: A

review. Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1221-1244. Groffman, P.M., and P.J. Bohlen. 1999. Soil and sediment biodiversity: Cross-system comparisons and large-scale effects. BioScience 49:139-148. Hooper, D.U., D.E. Bignell, V.K. Brown, L. Brussaard, J.M. Dangerfield, D.H. Wall, D.A. Wardle, D.C. Coleman, K.E. Giller, P. Lavelle, W.H. van der Putten, P.C. de

Ruiter, J. Rusek, W.L. Silver, J.M. Tiedje, and V. Wolters. 2000. Interactions between aboveground and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: Patterns, mechanisms, and feedbacks. BioScience 50:1049-1061. Hutchings, P 1998. Biodiversity and functioning of polychaetes in benthic sediments.

Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1133-1145. Hyde, K.D., E.B. Gareth Jones, E. Leano, S.B. Pointing, A.D. Poonyth, and L.L.P. Vrijmoed. 1998. Role of fungi in marine ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1147-1161.

Ingram J., and D. Wall Freckman. 1998. Soil biota and global change: Preface. Global

Change Biology 4:699-701. Lake, P.S., M.A. Palmer, P Biro, J. Cole, A.P Covich, C. Dahm, J. Gibert, W. Goedkoop, K. Martens, and J. Verhoeven. 2000. Global change and the biodiversity of freshwater ecosystems: Impacts on linkages between above-sediment and sediment biota. BioScience 50:1099-1107. Lavelle, P., D. Bignell, M. Lepage, V Wolters, P. Roger, P Ineson, O.W. Heal, and S. Dhillion. 1997. Soil function in a changing world: The role of invertebrate ecosystem engineers. European Journal of Soil Biology 33:159-193. Levin, L.A., D.F. Bosch, A. Covich, C. Dahm, C. Erseus, K.C. Ewel, R.T. Kneib, A. Moldenke, M.A. Palmer, P. Snelgrove, D. Strayer, and J.M. Weslawski. 2001. The function of marine critical transition zones and the importance of sediment biodiversity. Ecosystems 4:430-451. Palmer, M., A.P Covich, B.J. Finlay, J. Gibert, K.D. Hyde, R.K. Johnson, T. Kairesalo, S. Lake, C.R. Lovell, R.J. Naiman, C. Ricci, F. Sabater, and D. Strayer. 1997. Biodiversity and ecosystem processes in freshwater sediments. Ambio 26:571-577. Palmer, M.A., A.P. Covich, S. Lake, P. Biro, J.J. Brooks, J. Cole, C. Dahm, J. Gibert, W. Goedkoop, K. Martens, J. Verhoeven, and W.J. van de Bund. 2000. Linkages between aquatic sediment biota and life above sediments as potential drivers of biodiversity and ecological processes. BioScience 50:1062-1075. Rusek, J. 1998. Biodiversity of Collembola and their functional role in the ecosystem.

Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1207-1219. Schimel, J.P, and J. Gulledge. 1998. Microbial community structure and global trace gases. Global Change Biology 4:745-758. Smith, P., O. Andren, L. Brussaard, M. Dangerfield, K. Ekschmitt, P Lavelle, and K. Tate. 1998. Soil biota and global change at the ecosystem level: Describing soil biota in mathematical models. Global Change Biology 4:773-784. Smith, C.R., M.C. Austen, G. Boucher, C. Heip, P.A. Hutchings, G.M. King, I. Koike, P.J.D. Lambshead, and P. Snelgrove. 2000. Global change and biodiversity linkages across the sediment-water interface. BioScience 50:1108-1120. Snelgrove, P.VR. 1998. The biodiversity of macrofaunal organisms in marine sediments.

Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1123-1132. Snelgrove, P.VR. 1999. Getting to the bottom of marine biodiversity: Sedimentary habitats—ocean bottoms are the most widespread habitat on Earth and support high biodiversity and key ecosystem services. BioScience 49:129-138. Snelgrove, P.VR., M.C. Austen, G. Boucher, C. Heip, P.A. Hutchings, G.M. King, I. Koike, P.J.D.Lambshead, and C.R. Smith. 2000. Linking biodiversity above and below the marine sediment-water interface. BioScience 50:1076-1088. Snelgrove, P, T.H. Blackburn, PA. Hutchings, D.M. Alongi, J.F. Grassle, H. Hummel, G.

King, I. Koike, PJ.D. Lambshead, N.B. Ramsing, and V. Solis-Weiss. 1997. The importance of marine sediment biodiversity in ecosystem processes. Ambio 26:578-583.

Swift, M.J., O. Andren, L. Brussaard, M. Briones, M.-M. Couteaux, K. Ekschmitt, A. Kjoller, P. Loiseau, and P. Smith. 1998. Global change, soil biodiversity and nitrogen cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: Three case studies. Global Change Biology 4:729-743.

van Noordwijk, M., P. Martikainen, P. Bottner, E. Cuevas, C. Rouland, and S.S. Dhillion. 1998. Global change and root function. Global Change Biology 4:759-772.

Wall, D.H. 1999. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. BioScience 49:107-108.

Wall, D.H., G.A. Adams, and A.N. Parsons. 2001. Soil Biodiversity. In: Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century, edited by F.S. Chapin III and O.E. Sala, pp. 47-82. New York, Springer-Verlag.

Wall, D.H., L. Brussaard, P.A. Hutchings, M.A. Palmer, and PVR. Snelgrove. 1998. Soil and sediment biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Nature and Resources 34:41-51.

Wall, D.H., and J.C. Moore. 1999. Interactions underground: Soil biodiversity, mutualism, and ecosystem processes. BioScience 49:109-117.

Wall, D.H., M.A. Palmer, and PVR. Snelgrove. 2001. Biodiversity in critical transition zones between terrestrial, freshwater, and marine soils and sediments: Processes, linkages, and management implications. Ecosystems 4:418-420.

Wall, D.H., PVR. Snelgrove, and A. Covich. 2001. Conservation priorities for soil and sediment invertebrates. In: Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade, edited by M.E. Soule and G.H. Orians, pp. 99-123. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Wall Freckman, D., T.H. Blackburn, L. Brussaard, P. Hutchings, M.A. Palmer, and P.V.R. Snelgrove. 1997. Linking biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of soils and sediments. Ambio 26:556-562.

Wardle, D.A. 1999. Biodiversity, ecosystems and interactions that transcend the interface. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14:125-127.

Wardle, D.A., H.A. Verhoef, and M. Clarholm. 1998. Trophic relationships in the soil microfood-web: Predicting the responses to a changing global environment. Global Change Biology 4:713-727.

Wolters, V., W.L. Silver, D.E. Bignell, D.C. Coleman, P. Lavelle, W.H. van der Putten, P. de Ruiter, J. Rusek, D.H. Wall, D.A. Wardle, L. Brussaard, J.M. Dangerfield, V.K. Brown, K.E. Giller, D.U. Hooper, O. Sala, J. Tiedje, and J.A. van Veen. 2000. Effects of global changes on above- and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: Implications for ecosystem functioning. BioScience 50:1089-1098.

Wong, M.K.M., T.-K. Goh, I.J. Hodgkiss, K.D. Hyde, VM. Ranghoo, C.K.M. Tsui, W.-H. Ho, W.S.W. Wong, and T.-K. Yuen. 1998. Role of fungi in freshwater ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1187-1206.

Young, I.M., E. Blanchart, C. Chenu, M. Dangerfield, C. Fragoso, M. Grimaldi, J.

Ingram, and L.J. Monrozier. 1998. The interaction of soil biota and soil structure under global change. Global Change Biology 4:703-712.

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