Differential responses of soil organic carbon fractions to warming: Results from an analysis with data assimilation

@inproceedings{Li2013DifferentialRO,
  title={Differential responses of soil organic carbon fractions to warming: Results from an analysis with data assimilation},
  author={Dejun Li and Christina Sch{\"a}del and Michelle L. Haddix and Eldor A. Paul and Richard D. Conant and Jianwei Li and Jizhong Zhou and Yiqi Luo},
  year={2013}
}
This study was aimed to assess the decomposition temperature sensitivity (Q10) of C fractions cycling from yearly through decades’ and up to centennial timescales using a data assimilation approach. A three-pool C-cycling model was optimally fitted with previously-published data from a 588-day long soil incubation experiment conducted at two temperatures (25 and 35 C) for 12 soils collected from six sites arrayed across a mean annual temperature gradient from 2.0 to 25.6 C. Three sets of key… CONTINUE READING
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