Carbon allocation and carbon isotope fluxes in the plant-soil-atmosphere continuum: a review

Abstract

The terrestrial carbon (C) cycle has received increasing interest over the past few decades, however, there is still a lack of understanding of the fate of newly assimilated C allocated within plants and to the soil, stored within ecosystems and lost to the atmosphere. Stable carbon isotope studies can give novel insights into these issues. In this review… (More)

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@inproceedings{Brggemann2011CarbonAA, title={Carbon allocation and carbon isotope fluxes in the plant-soil-atmosphere continuum: a review}, author={N Br{\"u}ggemann and Arthur Gessler and Zachary E Kayler and Sarah Keel and F. Badeck and Manja Barthel and Philippe Boeckx and Niels H. Buchmann and Emanuele Brugnoli and Juergen Esperschuetz and Olga Gavrichkova and Jaleh Ghashghaie and Nuria Gomez-Casanovas and C. H. Keitel and Alexander Knohl and Daniel Kuptz and Santiago Naranjo Palacio and Yves Salmon and Y. Uchida}, year={2011} }