Storage and stability of organic matter and fossil carbon in a Luvisol and Phaeozem with continuous maize cropping : A synthesis §

@inproceedings{Flessa2008StorageAS,
  title={Storage and stability of organic matter and fossil carbon in a Luvisol and Phaeozem with continuous maize cropping : A synthesis §},
  author={Heiner Flessa and Wulf Amelung and Mirjam Helfrich and Guido L. B. Wiesenberg and Gerd Gleixner and Sonja Brodowski and Janet and Rethemeyer and Christiane Kramer and Pieter M. Grootes},
  year={2008}
}
Quantitative information about the amount and stability of organic carbon (OC) in different soil organic-matter (OM) fractions and in specific organic compounds and compound-classes is needed to improve our understanding of organic-matter sequestration in soils. In the present paper, we summarize and integrate results performed on two different arable soils with continuous maize cropping (a) Stagnic Luvisol with maize cropping for 24 y, b) Luvic Phaeozem with maize cropping for 39 y) to… CONTINUE READING
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