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- Xie, J.; Peng, B.; Wang, R.; Batbayar, J.; Hoogmoed, M.; Yang, Y.; Zhang, S.; Yang, X.; Sun, B.
- European journal of soil science 2018 v.69 no.3 pp. 555-567
- Anthrosols; Triticum aestivum; Zea mays; arable soils; carbon sequestration; climate change; corn; correlation; crop yield; cropping systems; dairy manure; field experimentation; manure spreading; mineral fertilizers; models; nitrogen; particulate organic carbon; phosphorus; soil organic carbon; soil productivity; soil quality; soil sampling; wheat; China
- ... Soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration in the soil of arable land has been recommended as a ‘win–win strategy’ for improving soil quality and crop productivity, and for mitigating the effects of climate change. With data from a 35‐year field experiment, we investigated the effects of organic manure and synthetic fertilizers on the mechanisms of organic carbon (OC) protection in macroaggregates an ...
- Zi, H. B.; Hu, L.; Wang, C. T.; Wang, G. X.; Wu, P. F.; Lerdau, M.; Ade, L. J.
- European journal of soil science 2018 v.69 no.3 pp. 429-438
- Chloroflexi; Cyanobacteria; Firmicutes; Janthinobacterium; Pseudomonas; acid phosphatase; alpine meadows; beta-fructofuranosidase; biogeochemical cycles; catalase; energy flow; enzyme activity; field experimentation; genes; global warming; mineralization; nitrogen; nutrient availability; phosphorus; physicochemical properties; potassium; ribosomal RNA; soil bacteria; soil depth; soil enzymes; soil organic matter; temperature; urease; China
- ... Soil microbes and enzymes play vital roles in the decomposition and transformation of soil material, nutrient cycling, energy flow and physicochemical properties. However, the responses of soil microbes and enzymes to warming remains poorly understood, which limits our ability to predict the consequences of future climate warming. To understand better how climate warming will alter the activity of ...