Feedback interactions between needle litter decomposition and rhizosphere activity

@article{Subke2004FeedbackIB,
  title={Feedback interactions between needle litter decomposition and rhizosphere activity},
  author={J. A. Subke and Volker Hahn and Giovanna Battipaglia and Sune Linder and Nina Buchmann and M. F. Cotrufo},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={139},
  pages={551-559}
}
The aim of our study was to identify interactions between the decomposition of aboveground litter and rhizosphere activity. The experimental approach combined the placement of labelled litter (δ13C=−37.9‰) with forest girdling in a 35-year-old Norway spruce stand, resulting in four different treatment combinations: GL (girdled, litter), GNL (girdled, no litter), NGL (not girdled, litter), and NGNL (not girdled, no litter). Monthly sampling of soil CO2 efflux and δ13C of soil respired CO2… CONTINUE READING
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