Comparing carbon fluxes between different stages of secondary succession of a karst grassland

@article{Ferlan2011ComparingCF,
  title={Comparing carbon fluxes between different stages of secondary succession of a karst grassland},
  author={M. Ferlan and G. Alberti and K. Eler and F. Bati{\vc} and A. Peressotti and F. Miglietta and A. Zaldei and P. Simon{\vc}i{\vc} and D. Vodnik},
  journal={Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment},
  year={2011},
  volume={140},
  pages={199-207}
}
Abstract Abandonment of marginal agricultural areas with subsequent secondary succession is a widespread type of land use change in Mediterranean and mountain areas of Europe, leading to important environmental consequences such as change in the water balance, carbon cycling, and regional climate. Paired eddy flux measurement design with grassland site and tree/shrub encroached site has been set-up in the Slovenian Karst (submediterranean climate region) to investigate the effects of secondary… Expand
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