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Title: Organic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities
Authors: George, T. S.
Giles, C. D.
Menezes-Blackburn, D.
Condron, L. M.
Gama-Rodrigues, A. C.
Jaisi, D.
Lang, F.
Neal, A. L.
Stutter, M., I
Almeida, D. S.
Bol, R.
Cabugao, K. G.
Celi, L.
Cotner, J. B.
Feng, G.
Goll, D. S.
Hallama, M.
Krueger, J.
Plassard, C.
Rosling, A.
Darch, T.
Fraser, T.
Giesler, R.
Richardson, A. E.
Tamburini, F.
Shand, C. A.
Lumsdon, D. G.
Zhang, H.
Blackwell, M. S. A.
Wearing, C.
Mezeli, M. M.
Almas, A. R.
Audette, Y.
Bertrand, I
Beyhaut, E.
Boitt, G.
Bradshaw, N.
Brearley, C. A.
Bruulsema, T. W.
Ciais, P.
Cozzolino, V
Duran, P. C.
Mora, M. L.
de Menezes, A. B.
Dodd, R. J.
Dunfield, K.
Engl, C.
Frazao, J. J.
Garland, G.
Jimenez, J. L. Gonzalez
Graca, J.
Granger, S. J.
Harrison, A. F.
Heuck, C.
Hou, E. Q.
Johnes, P. J.
Kaiser, K.
Kjaer, H. A.
Klumpp, E.
Lamb, A. L.
Macintosh, K. A.
Mackay, E. B.
McGrath, J.
McIntyre, C.
McLaren, T.
Meszaros, E.
Missong, A.
Mooshammer, M.
Negron, C. P.
Nelson, L. A.
Pfahler, V
Poblete-Grant, P.
Randall, M.
Seguel, A.
Seth, K.
Smith, A. C.
SMITS, Mark 
Sobarzo, J. A.
Spohn, M.
Tawaraya, K.
Tibbett, M.
Voroney, P.
Wallander, H.
Wang, L.
Wasaki, J.
Haygarth, P. M.
Issue Date: 2018
Source: PLANT AND SOIL, 427(1-2), p. 191-208
Abstract: The dynamics of phosphorus (P) in the environment is important for regulating nutrient cycles in natural and managed ecosystems and an integral part in assessing biological resilience against environmental change. Organic P (P-o) compounds play key roles in biological and ecosystems function in the terrestrial environment being critical to cell function, growth and reproduction. We asked a group of experts to consider the global issues associated with P-o in the terrestrial environment, methodological strengths and weaknesses, benefits to be gained from understanding the P-o cycle, and to set priorities for P-o research. We identified seven key opportunities for P-o research including: the need for integrated, quality controlled and functionally based methodologies; assessment of stoichiometry with other elements in organic matter; understanding the dynamics of P-o in natural and managed systems; the role of microorganisms in controlling P-o cycles; the implications of nanoparticles in the environment and the need for better modelling and communication of the research. Each priority is discussed and a statement of intent for the P-o research community is made that highlights there are key contributions to be made toward understanding biogeochemical cycles, dynamics and function of natural ecosystems and the management of agricultural systems.
Notes: George, TS (reprint author), James Hutton Inst, Dundee DD2 5DA, Scotland. tim.george@hutton.ac.uk
Keywords: ecosystems services; method development; microbiome; modelling; organic phosphorus; stoichiometry
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/26168
ISSN: 0032-079X
e-ISSN: 1573-5036
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-017-3391-x
ISI #: 000434056500014
Rights: (C) Springer International Publishing AG 2017
Category: A1
Type: Journal Contribution
Validations: ecoom 2019
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