Annual Variation of Soil Respiration and Precipitation in a Temperate Forest (Quercus serrata and Carpinus laxiflora) Under East Asian Monsoon Climate

@article{Chae2011AnnualVO,
  title={Annual Variation of Soil Respiration and Precipitation in a Temperate Forest (Quercus serrata and Carpinus laxiflora) Under East Asian Monsoon Climate},
  author={Namyi Chae},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={101-111}
}
The consequence of changing pattern of precipitation on soil CO2 emission is poorly understood in montane forest ecosystems under monsoon climate in Asia. In this paper, the results of 3-year field measurements are reported on the annual soil respiration (R s) from a temperate deciduous broad-leaved forest (Quercus serrata and Carpinus laxiflora) in Korea, and its interannual variations are examined associated with changing precipitation. Based on biweekly chamber measurements from 2001 to 2004… CONTINUE READING

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