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Evaluating the impact of increasing temperatures on changes in Soil Organic Carbon stocks: sensitivity analysis and non-standard discrete approximation

@article{Diele2021EvaluatingTI,
  title={Evaluating the impact of increasing temperatures on changes in Soil Organic Carbon stocks: sensitivity analysis and non-standard discrete approximation},
  author={Fasma Diele and Ilenia Luiso and Carmela Marangi and Angela Martiradonna},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.00077}
}
A novel model is here introduced for the SOC change index defined as the normalized difference between the actual Soil Organic Carbon and the value assumed at an initial reference year. It is tailored on the RothC carbon model dynamics and assumes as baseline the value of the SOC equilibrium under constant environmental conditions. A sensitivity analysis is performed to evaluate the response of the model to changes of temperature, Net Primary Production (NPP), and land use soil class (forest… Expand

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