Carbon Management Response curves: estimates of temporal soil carbon dynamics.

@article{West2004CarbonMR,
  title={Carbon Management Response curves: estimates of temporal soil carbon dynamics.},
  author={Tristram O. West and Gregg Marland and Anthony W. King and Wilfred M. Post and Atul K. Jain and Kenneth Andrasko},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={2004},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={
          507-18
        }
}
Measurement of the change in soil carbon that accompanies a change in land use (e.g., forest to agriculture) or management (e.g., conventional tillage to no-till) can be complex and expensive, may require reference plots, and is subject to the variability of statistical sampling and short-term variability in weather. In this paper, we develop Carbon Management Response (CMR) curves that could be used as an alternative to in situ measurements. The CMR curves developed here are based on… CONTINUE READING
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