Soil microbial community changes and their linkages with ecosystem carbon exchange under asymmetrically diurnal warming

@inproceedings{Zhang2011SoilMC,
  title={Soil microbial community changes and their linkages with ecosystem carbon exchange under asymmetrically diurnal warming},
  author={Naili Zhang and Jiangyang Xia and Xingjun Yu and Keping Ma and Shiqiang Wan},
  year={2011}
}
The greater increase in daily minimum temperature than daily maximum temperature has been widely observed at global scale. A growing body of evidence suggests that this asymmetrically diurnal warming has great impacts on aboveground ecological processes. However, little is known about the effect of the asymmetrically diurnal warming on belowground biotic organisms. This study was conducted as part of a field manipulative experiment with day (6:00 a.m.e6:00 p.m.), night (6:00 p.m.e6:00 a.m.) and… CONTINUE READING