His main research concerns Ecology, Ecosystem, Soil biology, Trophic level and Plant litter. His study in Food web, Community, Species richness, Ecosystem services and Invertebrate are all subfields of Ecology. His Ecosystem study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taxonomic rank, Biodiversity and Species diversity.
The concepts of his Soil biology study are interwoven with issues in Climate change and Soil fertility.
His Trophic level study incorporates themes from Ecosystem engineer, Niche theory, Functional redundancy, Collembola
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Ecosystem, Soil biology, Biodiversity and Plant litter. Ecology is represented through his Species richness, Habitat, Litter, Trophic level and Species diversity research. The Ecosystem study which covers Climate change that intersects with Abiotic component.
Matty P. Berg focuses mostly in the field of Soil biology, narrowing it down to matters related to Agronomy and, in some cases, Plant community and Vegetation. Matty P. Berg works mostly in the field of Biodiversity, limiting it down to concerns involving Fauna and, occasionally, Bark. His Plant litter research includes themes of Terrestrial ecosystem, Decomposer and Interspecific competition.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Ecosystem, Soil biology, Biodiversity and Plant litter. His study in Species richness, Habitat, Terrestrial ecosystem, Resistance and Invertebrate is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Range, Climate change, Competition and Growing season.
Matty P. Berg interconnects Soil organic matter, Nutrient cycle and Ecosystem engineer in the investigation of issues within Soil biology. He has included themes like Soil biodiversity and Species diversity in his Biodiversity study. His Plant litter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rhizosphere, Litter and Interspecific competition.
Matty P. Berg focuses on Ecology, Ecosystem, Species richness, Terrestrial ecosystem and Plant litter. His research in Resistance, Soil biology, Interspecific competition, Competition and Growing season are components of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutrient cycle, Forest ecology, Decomposer and Litter in addition to Soil biology.
His studies in Ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Climate change and Environmental planning. Matty P. Berg has researched Species richness in several fields, including Abundance, Biodiversity, Coarse woody debris, Habitat and Phylogenetic tree. His Terrestrial ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Relative species abundance, Soil ecology, Global warming, Diversity index and Biological dispersal.
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Towards an assessment of multiple ecosystem processes and services via functional traits
Francesco de Bello;Sandra Lavorel;Sandra Myrna Diaz;Richard Harrington.
Soil invertebrate fauna enhances grassland succession and diversity
Gerlinde B. De Deyn;Ciska E. Raaijmakers;H. Rik Zoomer;Matty P. Berg.
Biodiversity effects on soil processes explained by interspecific functional dissimilarity.
Consequences of biodiversity loss for litter decomposition across biomes
Litter mass loss rates in pine forests of Europe and Eastern United States: some relationships with climate and litter quality
Adapt or disperse: understanding species persistence in a changing world
Matty P. Berg;E. Toby Kiers;Gerard Driessen;Marcel Van Der Heijden.
Global Change Biology (2010)
Functional traits as indicators of biodiversity response to land use changes across ecosystems and organisms
Marie Vandewalle;Marie Vandewalle;Francesco de Bello;Francesco de Bello;Matty P. Berg;Thomas Bolger.
Highly consistent effects of plant litter identity and functional traits on decomposition across a latitudinal gradient
Ecology Letters (2012)
Handbook of protocols for standardized measurement of terrestrial invertebrate functional traits
Marco Moretti;André T. C. Dias;Francesco de Bello;Francesco de Bello;Florian Altermatt;Florian Altermatt.
Functional Ecology (2017)
A novel framework for linking functional diversity of plants with other trophic levels for the quantification of ecosystem services.
Sandra Lavorel;Jonathan Storkey;Richard D. Bardgett;Francesco de Bello.
Journal of Vegetation Science (2013)
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