Biogeosciences How accurately can soil organic carbon stocks and stock changes be quantified by soil inventories ?

@inproceedings{Schrumpf2011BiogeosciencesHA,
  title={Biogeosciences How accurately can soil organic carbon stocks and stock changes be quantified by soil inventories ?},
  author={Marion Schrumpf and E. Detlef Schulze and Katelyn Kaiser and Juliane Schumacher},
  year={2011}
}
Precise determination of changes in organic carbon (OC) stocks is prerequisite to understand the role of soils in the global cycling of carbon and to verify changes in stocks due to management. A large dataset was collected to form base to repeated soil inventories at 12 CarboEurope sites under different climate and land-use, and with different soil types. Concentration of OC, bulk density (BD), and fine earth fraction were determined to 60 cm depth at 100 sampling points per site. We… CONTINUE READING
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