Soil CO2 fluxes in cereal land use of the Spanish plateau: influence of conventional and reduced tillage practices.

@article{Snchez2002SoilCF,
  title={Soil CO2 fluxes in cereal land use of the Spanish plateau: influence of conventional and reduced tillage practices.},
  author={M. Luisa S{\'a}nchez and M. I. Ozores and Rudy Colle and M J L{\'o}pez and Beatriz de Torre and Maria Alice Garcia and Ivan Perez},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2002},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={
          837-44
        }
}
From November 1998 to October 2000, measurements of soil respiration were performed on the Spanish plateau for two patches of non-irrigated barley, one managed with conventional tillage (CT) and the other with reduced tillage (RT). Soil CO2 flux showed seasonal variation on both patches, with an increase from March to October, peaking in May, and a decrease during the winter period by a factor of around 2. The mean value for both combined years was 2.03 and 1.70 micromol m(-2) S(-1), in the CT… CONTINUE READING

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