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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSS22 Ants in the Soil System. A hydrological, chemical and biological approach (co-listed in BG)

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Khan, M.A.H; Mead, M.I.; Nickless, G.; Greally, B.; Shallcross, D.E.
Leaf cutter ant-fungi relationship and natural halocarbon emission

Kawaguchi, S
Soil amelioration by ants in forest steppe of Mongolia.

Cerdà, A.
Hydrological impact of ants on rangelands soils in Eastern Spain

Cerdà, A.
Ants affect the erosion processes on agricultural fields under dry-summer conditions in the western Mediterranean

Risch, A.C.; Jurgen, M.F.; Storer, A.J.; Hyslop, M.D.; Schuetz, M.
Distribution of red wood ant (Formica rufa group) mounds in Yellowstone National Park: are these species important for ecosystem properties?

Vlasáková, B.; Dostál, P.; Kováø, P.; Kováøová, M.; Raabová, J.; Rothanzl, J.; Herben, T.
What ant-induced soil modification is most important for the formation of the vegetation pattern?

Shakesby, R.A.; Humphreys, G.S. ; Doerr, S.H.; Blake, W.H.; Wallbrink, P.J.
The role of ant activity in limiting the effectiveness of erosive overland flow in eucalypt forests, Central Tablelands, south-east Australia

Schuetz, M; Iravani, M; Kretz, C; Risch, AC
Impact of Formica exsecta Nyl. on grassland soil seed bank and vegetation patterns

Cammeraat, E.
The impact of ants on soil hydrology, biology and chemistry

Jurgensen, M. F.; Finér, L.; Risch, A. C.; Domisch, T.; Kilpeläinen, J.; Ohashi, M.; Sundström, L.; Niemelä, P.
Do red wood ants (Formica rufa group) play an important role in carbon and nutrient dynamics in boreal forest soils?

Storer, A.J.; Jurgensen, M.F.; Risch, A.C.; Delisle, J. ; Hyslop, M.D.
The fate of a red wood ant species, Formica lugubris, introduced into North America from Europe.

Kilpeläinen, J.; Finér, L.; Domisch, T.; Jurgensen, M. F.; Neuvonen, S.; Niemelä, P.; Ohashi, M.; Punttila, P.; Risch, A. C.; Sundström, L.
Mound-building ants aggregate and redistribute carbon and nutrients in boreal forest floor

Domisch, T.; Finér, L.; Ohashi, M.; Kilpeläinen, J.; Risch, A.C.; Sundström, L.; Niemelä, P.; Jurgensen, M.F.
Mass losses and nutrient mineralisation from organic matter in boreal wood ant mounds

Frouz, J.; Rybníèek, M.; Cudlín, P.
The influence of red wood ants Formica polyctena on nutrient availability ant growth of spruce tree.

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