Evidence against recent climate‐induced destabilisation of soil carbon from 14C analysis of riverine dissolved organic matter

@article{Evans2007EvidenceAR,
  title={Evidence against recent climate‐induced destabilisation of soil carbon from 14C analysis of riverine dissolved organic matter},
  author={C. Evans and C. Freeman and Lorna G. Cork and D. Thomas and B. Reynolds and M. Billett and M. Garnett and D. Norris},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={34}
}
[1] The stability of global soil carbon (C) represents a major uncertainty in forecasting future climate change. In the UK, substantial soil C losses have been reported, while at the same time dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations in upland waters have increased, suggesting that soil C stocks may be destabilising in response to climate change. To investigate the link between soil carbon and DOC at a range of sites, soil organic matter, soilwater and streamwater DOC were analysed for… Expand
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