Net exchange of greenhouse gases from soils in an unimproved pasture and regenerating indigenous Kunzea ericoides shrubland in New Zealand

@inproceedings{Price2010NetEO,
  title={Net exchange of greenhouse gases from soils in an unimproved pasture and regenerating indigenous Kunzea ericoides shrubland in New Zealand},
  author={Sally Price and David Whitehead and Robert R. Sherlock and T. M. Mcseveny and Graeme N. D. Rogers},
  year={2010}
}
Monthly measurements of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O) fluxes were made at 3 sites along a sequence of naturally regenerating Kunzea ericoides shrubland in New Zealand, consisting of unimproved pasture (UP), young (8–12 years) Kunzea trees (YK), and old (80 years) Kunzea trees (OK). The CO2 flux at a base temperature of 10°C was highest at the OK site (0.51 g CO2/m2.h) and lowest at the UP site (0.26 g CO2/m2.h). Values of CO2 flux were regulated by soil… CONTINUE READING

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