Moisture Controls on Trace Gas Fluxes in Semiarid Riparian Soils

@inproceedings{Mclain2006MoistureCO,
  title={Moisture Controls on Trace Gas Fluxes in Semiarid Riparian Soils},
  author={Jean E T Mclain and Dean A. Martens},
  year={2006}
}
Variability in seasonal soil moisture (SM) and temperature (T) can alter ecosystem/atmosphere exchange of the trace gases carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), and methane (CH4). This study reports the impact of year-round SM status on trace gas fluxes in three semiarid vegetation zones, mesquite (30 g organic C kg 21 soil), open/ forb (6 g organic C kg 21 soil), and sacaton (18 g organic C kg 21 soil) from July 2002–September 2003 in southeastern Arizona. Carbon dioxide and N2O emissions… CONTINUE READING

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