Sebastian Loeppmann

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Permafrost-affected soils of the northern circumpolar region represent 50% of the terrestrial soil organic carbon (SOC) reservoir and are most strongly affected by climatic change. There is growing concern that this vast SOC pool could transition from a net C sink to a source. But so far little is known on how the organic matter (OM) in permafrost soils(More)
The influence of plant roots and the associated rhizosphere activities on decomposition of soil organic matter (SOM), the rhizosphere priming effect, has emerged as a crucial mechanism regulating global carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) cycles. However, the role of root morphology in controlling the rhizosphere priming effect remains largely unknown. To(More)
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