Exotic earthworms in New York forests

Geoff Read g.read at niwa.co.nz
Mon Oct 11 20:20:15 EST 2004


Hello,

A bunch of 5 articles on New York forest earthworms in 7(1) of the  journal
"Ecosystems." As I recall,  some northern forests lacked native species, and
got by till recently without exotics either.

http://springerlink.metapress.com/link.asp?id=n1wltwc0j5vg

Bohlen, P. J.; Groffman, P. M.; Fahey, T. J.; Fisk, M. C.; Suarez, E.; 
Pelletier, D. M. ; Fahey, R. T. 2004: Ecosystem consequences of exotic 
earthworm invasion of north temperate forests. Ecosystems 7: 1-12.

Bohlen, P. J.; Pelletier, D. M.; Groffman, P. M.; Fahey, T. J. ; Fisk, M. C.
2004: Influence of earthworm invasion on redistribution and retention of soil
carbon and nitrogen in northern temperate forests. Ecosystems 7: 13 - 27.

Fisk, M. C.; Fahey, T. J.; Groffman, P. M. ; Bohlen, P. J. 2004: Earthworm
invasion, fine-root distributions, and soil respiration in north temperate
forests. Ecosystems 7: 55 - 62.

Groffman, P. M.; Bohlen, P. J.; Fisk, M. C. ; Fahey, T. J. 2004: Exotic 
earthworm invasion and microbial biomass in temperate forest soils. Ecosystems
7: 45 - 54.

Suárez, E. R.; Pelletier, D. M.; Fahey, T. J.; Groffman, P. M.; Bohlen, P. J. 
;
Fisk, M. C. 2004: Effects of exotic earthworms on soil phosphorus cycling in
two broadleaf temperate forests. Ecosystems 7: 28-44.

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