Responses of CO(2), N(2)O and CH(4) fluxes between atmosphere and forest soil to changes in multiple environmental conditions.

@article{Yan2014ResponsesOC,
  title={Responses of CO(2), N(2)O and CH(4) fluxes between atmosphere and forest soil to changes in multiple environmental conditions.},
  author={Junhua Yan and Wei Zhang and Keya Wang and Fen Qin and Wantong Wang and Huitang Dai and Peixue Li},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={
          300-12
        }
}
To investigate the effects of multiple environmental conditions on greenhouse gas (CO2 , N2 O, CH4 ) fluxes, we transferred three soil monoliths from Masson pine forest (PF) or coniferous and broadleaved mixed forest (MF) at Jigongshan to corresponding forest type at Dinghushan. Greenhouse gas fluxes at the in situ (Jigongshan), transported and ambient (Dinghushan) soil monoliths were measured using static chambers. When the transported soil monoliths experienced the external environmental… CONTINUE READING