Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Soil biodiversity, Land use, Soil functions and Soil biology. Ecology is represented through her Ecosystem, Soil fertility and Soil water research. Her work deals with themes such as Forestry and Soil quality, which intersect with Soil biodiversity.
Her Soil quality study combines topics in areas such as Animal science and Respiration rate. Her research in Land use intersects with topics in Soil test, Environmental resource management and Ecosystem services. While the research belongs to areas of Soil functions, Rachel Creamer spends her time largely on the problem of Soil health, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Soil carbon and Agronomy.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Soil functions, Soil quality, Soil biodiversity and Environmental resource management. Her Soil water study incorporates themes from Agronomy, Environmental protection and Water content. The Soil functions study combines topics in areas such as Agricultural land, Land use, Soil health, Nutrient cycle and Soil management.
Her Land use research incorporates elements of Arable land, Transect and Ecosystem services. Within the field of Ecology and Soil organic matter Rachel Creamer studies Soil biodiversity. As a part of the same scientific study, Rachel Creamer usually deals with the Environmental resource management, concentrating on Sustainability and frequently concerns with Agricultural productivity.
Her primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Soil functions, Soil quality, Land use and Arable land. Rachel Creamer works on Soil water which deals in particular with Soil fertility. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sustainability, Agricultural land, Environmental resource management and Environmental protection.
Her Soil quality study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Land management. Rachel Creamer focuses mostly in the field of Land use, narrowing it down to topics relating to Ecosystem services and, in certain cases, Intensive farming and Natural resource economics. Rachel Creamer combines subjects such as Edaphic, Transect, Soil management, Soil chemistry and Soil microbiology with her study of Arable land.
Rachel Creamer spends much of her time researching Soil functions, Soil water, Soil fertility, Soil management and Ecology. Her Soil functions research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sustainability, Land management and Environmental resource management. Her Environmental resource management research includes elements of Indicator value, Agricultural land, Soil health and Ecosystem services.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Soil water, Biomass are connected with Grazing and Grassland and other disciplines. Her work on Abundance and Nematode as part of general Ecology study is frequently connected to Composition, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her research in Soil microbiology tackles topics such as Land use which are related to areas like Soil quality.
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Soil quality – A critical review
Else K. Bünemann;Giulia Bongiorno;Giulia Bongiorno;Zhanguo Bai;Rachel E. Creamer.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2018)
Soil nematode abundance and functional group composition at a global scale
Johan van den Hoogen;Stefan Geisen;Devin Routh;Howard Ferris.
Soil biodiversity, biological indicators and soil ecosystem services—an overview of European approaches
Mirjam Pulleman;Rachel E. Creamer;Ute Hamer;Johannes Helder.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2012)
Functional land management: A framework for managing soil-based ecosystem services for the sustainable intensification of agriculture
Rogier P.O. Schulte;Rachel E. Creamer;Trevor Donnellan;Niall Farrelly.
Environmental Science & Policy (2014)
Ecological network analysis reveals the inter-connection between soil biodiversity and ecosystem function as affected by land use across Europe
R.E. Creamer;S.E. Hannula;J.P.Van Leeuwen;D. Stone;D. Stone.
Applied Soil Ecology (2016)
A critical review of current methods in earthworm ecology: From individuals to populations
Mark D. Bartlett;Maria J.I. Briones;Roy Neilson;Olaf Schmidt.
European Journal of Soil Biology (2010)
Monitoring soil bacteria with community-level physiological profiles using Biolog™ ECO-plates in the Netherlands and Europe
Michiel Rutgers;Marja Wouterse;Sytske M. Drost;Anton M. Breure.
Applied Soil Ecology (2016)
Measuring basal soil respiration across Europe: Do incubation temperature and incubation period matter?
R.E. Creamer;R.P.O. Schulte;D. Stone;A. Gal.
Ecological Indicators (2014)
A Functional Land Management conceptual framework under soil drainage and land use scenarios
Cait Coyle;Cait Coyle;Rachel E. Creamer;Rogier P.O. Schulte;Lilian O'Sullivan.
Environmental Science & Policy (2016)
Indicators for monitoring soil biodiversity
A Bispo;D Cluzeau;R Creamer;M Dombos.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (2007)
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