Direct evidence for microbial-derived soil organic matter formation and its ecophysiological controls

@inproceedings{Kallenbach2016DirectEF,
  title={Direct evidence for microbial-derived soil organic matter formation and its ecophysiological controls},
  author={Cynthia M. Kallenbach and Serita Frey and Andrew Stuart Grandy},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
Soil organic matter (SOM) and the carbon and nutrients therein drive fundamental submicron- to global-scale biogeochemical processes and influence carbon-climate feedbacks. Consensus is emerging that microbial materials are an important constituent of stable SOM, and new conceptual and quantitative SOM models are rapidly incorporating this view. However, direct evidence demonstrating that microbial residues account for the chemistry, stability and abundance of SOM is still lacking. Further… CONTINUE READING
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