Different plant covers change soil respiration and its sources in subtropics

@article{Huang2017DifferentPC,
  title={Different plant covers change soil respiration and its sources in subtropics},
  author={Wenjuan Huang and Juxiu Liu and Tianfeng Han and Deqiang Zhang and Shaojun Huang and Guoyi Zhou},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={469-478}
}
Heterotrophic soil respiration (R H) and autotrophic soil respiration (R A) by a trenching method were monitored in four vegetation types in subtropical China from November 2011 to October 2012. The four vegetation types included a shrubland, a mixed-conifer, a mixed-legume, and a mixed-native species. The average R H was significantly greater in soils under the mixed-legume and the mixed-native species than in the shrubland and the mixed-conifer soils, and it affected the pattern of soil total… CONTINUE READING

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