His scientific interests lie mostly in Rhizosphere, Agronomy, Soil water, Microbial population biology and Soil respiration. His Rhizosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil biology and Abundance, Ecology. Eric Paterson has researched Agronomy in several fields, including Soil biodiversity, Agroforestry and Subsistence agriculture.
His work in Soil water addresses issues such as Environmental chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Pollutant. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biomass and Botany in addition to Microbial population biology. The various areas that Eric Paterson examines in his Soil respiration study include Plant tissue, Soil carbon, Biodiversity, Mineralization and Soil organic matter.
His primary areas of investigation include Rhizosphere, Soil water, Agronomy, Soil organic matter and Environmental chemistry. His Rhizosphere study combines topics in areas such as Microcosm, Photoassimilate, Crop, Botany and Biomass. His research on Soil water frequently links to adjacent areas such as Microbial population biology.
His work investigates the relationship between Microbial population biology and topics such as Ecology that intersect with problems in Microorganism. The concepts of his Agronomy study are interwoven with issues in Soil biology, Nutrient and Bulk soil. The Soil organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Organic matter, Soil carbon, Soil fertility, Mineralization and Soil respiration.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rhizosphere, Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Soil organic matter and Botany. His study in Rhizosphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Canopy, Herbivore and Microbial population biology. His research investigates the link between Environmental chemistry and topics such as Effluent that cross with problems in Fecal coliform.
His Soil water study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nutrient cycle and Microcosm. His Soil organic matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil carbon, Mineralization and Horticulture. As part of the same scientific family, Eric Paterson usually focuses on Nutrient, concentrating on Agronomy and intersecting with Competition, Quercus petraea and Betula pubescens.
Eric Paterson spends much of his time researching Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Agronomy, Soil organic matter and Effluent. As part of his studies on Soil water, he often connects relevant areas like Nutrient cycle. The Nutrient cycle study which covers Humus that intersects with Rhizosphere.
Eric Paterson combines subjects such as Water quality, Contamination, Turbidity and Pollution with his study of Environmental chemistry. Agronomy is closely attributed to Soil biology in his study. His Soil organic matter study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter and Mineralization.
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Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology.
Rob W. Brooker;Alison E. Bennett;Wen Feng Cong;Tim J. Daniell.
New Phytologist (2015)
Rhizodeposition shapes rhizosphere microbial community structure in organic soil
Eric Paterson;Thomas Gebbing;Claire Abel;Allan Sim.
New Phytologist (2007)
Importance of rhizodeposition in the coupling of plant and microbial productivity
European Journal of Soil Science (2003)
Microbial community abundance and structure are determinants of soil organic matter mineralisation in the presence of labile carbon
Jordi Garcia-Pausas;Eric Paterson.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2011)
Effect of elevated CO2 on rhizosphere carbon flow and soil microbial processes
E. Paterson;J.M. Hall;E.A.S. Rattray;B.S. Griffiths.
Global Change Biology (1997)
Labile and recalcitrant plant fractions are utilised by distinct microbial communities in soil: Independent of the presence of roots and mycorrhizal fungi
Eric Paterson;Graham Osler;Lorna A. Dawson;Thomas Gebbing.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2008)
Through the eye of the needle: a review of isotope approaches to quantify microbial processes mediating soil carbon balance.
Eric Paterson;Andrew J. Midwood;Peter Millard.
New Phytologist (2009)
Urban soils as pollutant sinks — a case study from Aberdeen, Scotland
E. Paterson;M. Sanka;L. Clark.
Applied Geochemistry (1996)
Microbial indicators of heavy metal contamination in urban and rural soils
Yuangen Yang;C.D. Campbell;L. Clark;C.M. Cameron.
Rhizodeposition and C-partitioning of Lolium perenne in axenic culture affected by nitrogen supply and defoliation
Eric Paterson;Allan Sim.
Plant and Soil (1999)
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