Soil-atmosphere exchange of greenhouse gases in subtropical plantations of indigenous tree species

@article{Wang2010SoilatmosphereEO,
  title={Soil-atmosphere exchange of greenhouse gases in subtropical plantations of indigenous tree species},
  author={Hui Wang and S. Liu and J. Mo and T. Zhang},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2010},
  volume={335},
  pages={213-227}
}
Indigenous broadleaf plantations are increasingly developing as a prospective silvicultural management approach for substituting in place of large pure conifer plantations in subtropical China. However, little information is known about the effects of tree species conversion on soil-atmosphere greenhouse gas (GHG) exchanges. Four adjacent monospecific plantations were selected in subtropical China to examine the effects of tree species on soil-atmosphere exchanges of N2O, CH4 and CO2. One… Expand

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