Sample storage-induced changes in the quantity and quality of soil labile organic carbon

@inproceedings{Sun2015SampleSC,
  title={Sample storage-induced changes in the quantity and quality of soil labile organic
carbon},
  author={Shou-qin Sun and Hui-Ying Cai and Scott X. Chang and Jagtar S. Bhatti},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Effects of sample storage methods on the quantity and quality of labile soil organic carbon are not fully understood even though their effects on basic soil properties have been extensively studied. We studied the effects of air-drying and frozen storage on cold and hot water soluble organic carbon (WSOC). Cold- and hot-WSOC in air-dried and frozen-stored soils were linearly correlated with those in fresh soils, indicating that storage proportionally altered the extractability of soil organic… CONTINUE READING
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