Effects of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Temperature on Soil Respiration in a Boreal Forest Using δ13C as a Labeling Tool

@article{Comstedt2006EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Temperature on Soil Respiration in a Boreal Forest Using δ13C as a Labeling Tool},
  author={Daniel Comstedt and Bj{\"o}rn Bostr{\"o}m and John David Marshall and Anne Lindebo Holm and Michelle Slaney and Sune Linder and Alf Ekblad},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={1266-1277}
}
This study examines the effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide [CO2] (+340 ppm, 13C-depleted) and/or elevated air temperature (2.8–3.5°C) on the rate and δ13C of soil respiration. The study was conducted in a boreal Norway spruce forest using temperature-controlled whole-tree chambers and 13C as a marker for root respiration. The δ13C of needle carbohydrates was followed after the onset of the CO2 treatment in August 2001 and during a 2.5-week period in the summer of 2002. Averaged over… CONTINUE READING

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