Biogeosciences Erosion , deposition and replacement of soil organic carbon in Mediterranean catchments : a geomorphological , isotopic and land use change approach

@inproceedings{Nadeu2012BiogeosciencesE,
  title={Biogeosciences Erosion , deposition and replacement of soil organic carbon in Mediterranean catchments : a geomorphological , isotopic and land use change approach},
  author={Elisabet Nadeu and Asmeret Asefaw Berhe and Jan de Vente},
  year={2012}
}
Determination of whether soil erosion can constitute a net terrestrial carbon dioxide (CO 2) sink continues to suffer from lack of sufficient focused studies and field data. Two of the major gaps in our understanding of the erosion induced terrestrial carbon sink issue include rate of eroded soil organic carbon replacement by production of new photosynthate and stability of eroded organic carbon (OC) post deposition. Here we examined the effect of erosion processes and land use change on the… CONTINUE READING

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