Jan Frouz mostly deals with Ecology, Soil biology, Soil water, Agronomy and Ecological succession. As part of his studies on Ecology, Jan Frouz often connects relevant areas like Forestry. His Soil biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soil carbon, Humus, Earthworm, Plant litter and Soil biodiversity.
His Soil water research includes themes of Carbon sequestration, Bioturbation and Botany. His Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil organic matter, Chronosequence and Topsoil. He combines subjects such as Organic matter and Soil fertility with his study of Soil organic matter.
His main research concerns Ecology, Agronomy, Soil water, Soil biology and Botany. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Salix caprea, Plant community, Primary succession and Plant litter. In Soil water, Jan Frouz works on issues like Organic matter, which are connected to Environmental chemistry.
His Soil biology course of study focuses on Topsoil and Restoration ecology and Soil chemistry. In his work, Biomass is strongly intertwined with Microcosm, which is a subfield of Botany. The Ecological succession study combines topics in areas such as Forestry and Vegetation, Understory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Ecosystem, Ecology, Soil biology and Microcosm. His work deals with themes such as Organic matter, Plant growth, Agronomy and Environmental protection, which intersect with Soil water. His Agronomy study incorporates themes from Primary succession and Plant litter.
Jan Frouz performs multidisciplinary study in Ecology and Ant colony in his work. His work carried out in the field of Soil biology brings together such families of science as Soil structure, Fauna, Vegetation, Topsoil and Soil biodiversity. The various areas that Jan Frouz examines in his Microcosm study include Microorganism, Biomass and Botany, Festuca rubra.
His primary scientific interests are in Organic matter, Soil organic matter, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry and Soil water. His Organic matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cutin, Total organic carbon, Biogeochemical cycle and Slash-and-burn. His studies in Soil organic matter integrate themes in fields like Peat and Carbon loss.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Agroforestry, Nutrient, Nutrient content and Tropical soils. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climate change mitigation, Sink, Carbon sequestration, Soil carbon sequestration and Carbon cycle. His work on Bulk soil as part of his general Soil water study is frequently connected to Ammonium nitrate, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Intensive agriculture reduces soil biodiversity across Europe
Maria A. Tsiafouli;Elisa Thébault;Stefanos P. Sgardelis;Peter C. de Ruiter.
Global Change Biology (2015)
Soil food web properties explain ecosystem services across European land use systems
Franciska T. de Vries;Franciska T. de Vries;Elisa Thébault;Elisa Thébault;Mira Liiri;Klaus Birkhofer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Interactions between soil development, vegetation and soil fauna during spontaneous succession in post mining sites
Jan Frouz;Karel Prach;Václav Pižl;Ladislav Háněl.
European Journal of Soil Biology (2008)
Soil biota and upper soil layer development in two contrasting post-mining chronosequences
Jan Frouz;Beate Keplin;Václav Pižl;Karel Tajovský.
Ecological Engineering (2001)
Accumulation of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus during soil formation on alder spoil heaps after brown-coal mining, near Sokolov (Czech Republic)
Monika Šourková;Jan Frouz;Hana Šantrùčková.
Forest restoration following surface mining disturbance: challenges and solutions
S. Ellen Macdonald;Simon M. Landhäusser;Jeff Skousen;Jennifer Franklin.
New Forests (2015)
Use of soil dwelling Diptera (Insecta, Diptera) as bioindicators: a review of ecological requirements and response to disturbance
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (1999)
Development of soil microbial properties in topsoil layer during spontaneous succession in heaps after brown coal mining in relation to humus microstructure development
Jan Frouz;Alena Nováková.
Effects of soil macrofauna on other soil biota and soil formation in reclaimed and unreclaimed post mining sites: Results of a field microcosm experiment
Jan Frouz;Dana Elhottová;Václav Kuráž;Monika Šourková;Monika Šourková.
Applied Soil Ecology (2006)
Rate-specific responses of prokaryotic diversity and structure to nitrogen deposition in the Leymus chinensis steppe
Minjie Yao;Junpeng Rui;Jiabao Li;Yumei Dai.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2014)
European Journal of Soil Biology
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