Original paper

Differential soil microbial community responses to the linkage of soil organic carbon fractions with respiration across land-use changes

Volume: 409, Pages: 170 - 178
Published: Feb 1, 2018
Abstract
Land-use change can modify terrestrial ecosystem processes with potentially important effects on below-ground carbon dynamics. Soil microbes are considered the rate-limiting factor in carbon decomposition. However, the effect of land-use change on soil microbial community and the mechanism of soil carbon dynamics remain unclear. In this study, soil samples were collected during four periods (April, June, August, and October) at sites in the...
Paper Details
Title
Differential soil microbial community responses to the linkage of soil organic carbon fractions with respiration across land-use changes
Published Date
Feb 1, 2018
Volume
409
Pages
170 - 178
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