Regional simulation of long-term organic carbon stock changes in cropland soils using the DNDC model: 1. Large-scale model validation against a spatially explicit data set

@inproceedings{Sleutel2006RegionalSO,
  title={Regional simulation of long-term organic carbon stock changes in cropland soils using the DNDC model: 1. Large-scale model validation against a spatially explicit data set},
  author={S. Sleutel and S. De Neve and Daan Beheydt and Chuanhua Li and Georges Hofman},
  year={2006}
}
Because of the large spatial and temporal variability of soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics, a modelling approach is crucial in detailed regional analyses. Several estimates of regional scale SOC sequestration potential have been made using dynamic soil organic matter (SOM) models which have been linked to spatial databases contained within a Geographic Information System. In all these previous studies, a large-scale model validation, which provides information on the general model performance… CONTINUE READING
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