Annual net primary productivity of a cyanobacteria-dominated biological soil crust in the Gulf Savannah, Queensland, Australia

@inproceedings{Bdel2017AnnualNP,
  title={Annual net primary productivity of a cyanobacteria-dominated biological soil crust in the Gulf Savannah, Queensland, Australia},
  author={Burkhard B{\"u}del and Wendy J. Williams and Hans Reichenberger},
  year={2017}
}
Biological soil crusts (biocrusts) are a common element of the Queensland (Australia) dry savannah ecosystem 10 and are composed of cyanobacteria, algae, lichens, bryophytes, fungi and heterotrophic bacteria. Here we report how the CO2 gas-exchange of the cyanobacteria-dominated biocrust type form Boodjamulla National Park in the north Queensland Gulf savannah responds to the pronounced climatic seasonality and their quality as a carbon sink using a semi-automatic cuvette system. The dominant… CONTINUE READING

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