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Icelandic Agricultural Sciences
Soil nematodes are a key group that can both influence and reflect changes in the soil ecosystem. We investigated the generic composition, abundance and community structure of soil nematodes in two contrasting vegetation successional seres now found on the 50 year old volcanic island of Surtsey, Iceland. One represented the primary succession without much external input of nutrients (S1), while the other was a grassland that has evolved under a strong influence of allochthonous nutrient inputsdoi:10.16886/ias.2015.05 fatcat:u63z3mdkbvef7pglm76h3k45he