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Overview Using a technique called data-assimilation, we can inform existing ecosystem models with measurements from field experiments. In combination with meta-analysis,...
Artist's rendering of the Carbon locked up inside a plant's roots.
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Overview Over the past several decades, scientists have conducted hundreds of experiments investigating responses of ecosystems to global environmental change....
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Van Groenigen's research focuses on how management practices and changes in atmospheric conditions affect the flow of C and N...
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Crowther et al. Reported that the best predictor of surface soil carbon (top 10 cm) losses in response to warming is the...
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Rising levels of atmospheric CO2 frequently stimulate plant inputs to soil, but the consequences of these changes for soil carbon...
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Soil is the largest reservoir of organic carbon (C) in the terrestrial biosphere and soil C has a relatively long...
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Increasing concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) can affect biotic and abiotic conditions in soil, such as microbial activity and...
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Effects of anthropogenic nitrogen (N) deposition and the ability of terrestrial ecosystems to store carbon (C) depend in part on...
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Soils contain the largest pool of terrestrial organic carbon (C) and are a major source of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2)....
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Elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations increase plant productivity and affect soil microbial communities, with possible consequences for the turnover rate of...