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Soil Biological Communities



Web site for public education about rangeland soil biological communities and their importance.
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Address:
Bureau of Land Management 1808 N. Third St.
Coeur d'Alene , ID 83814
USA
Contact Person: Bill Ypsilantis
Phone: 208-769-5025
Fax: 208-769-5050
E-Mail: bill_ypsilantis@blm.gov
Website: http://www.id.blm.gov/iso/931/soil/soil.htm
   


Detailed Information:
A web site has been developed which helps explain the roles of each group of rangeland soil biological communities. These soil organisms are the basis for the food web which sustains higher life on earth. The groups discussed include biological soil crusts, mycorrhizal fungi, bacteria and actinomycetes, protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, burrowing mammals, and the soil food web. Text and illustrations are provided in an easy to understand, reader-friendly format for resource specialists, managers, students, and the general public.


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