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Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems

R. Jandl

Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems

from science to land management

by R. Jandl

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Published by John Wiley & Sons in Chichester, West Sussex, Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alpine regions,
  • Soil management,
  • Soils,
  • Environmental conditions,
  • Forest ecology,
  • Peatlands,
  • Biotic communities,
  • Agricultural ecology,
  • Carbon content

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Robert Jandl, Mirco Rodeghiero, Mats Olsson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS592.6.C35 S63 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25329002M
    ISBN 109781119970019
    LC Control Number2011022858

    Soil respiration refers to the production of carbon dioxide when soil organisms respire. This includes respiration of plant roots, the rhizosphere, microbes and fauna.. Soil respiration is a key ecosystem process that releases carbon from the soil in the form of CO 2 is acquired by plants from the atmosphere and converted into organic compounds in the process of . Research has shown that acidic deposition has chemically altered soils with consequences for acid-sensitive ecosystems. Acid sensitive regions typically are forested and occur at higher elevation with soils that have limited supply of calcium .

    Executive summary. Nature of the problem. Freshwater ecosystems play a key role in the European nitrogen (N) cycle, both as a reactive agent that transfers, stores and processes N loadings from the atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, and as a natural environment severely impacted by the increase of these by: Permanganate oxidizable carbon reflects a processed soil fraction that is sensitive to management. Soil Science Society of America Journal. The moisture response of soil heterotrophic respiration: Interaction with soil properties.

      Progress 10/01/15 to 09/30/16 Outputs OUTPUT: This problem addresses the ways in which forests can be used to reduce greenhouse gases while providing sustainable levels of ecosystem services. Because soil processes are poorly understood yet critical for understanding and managing the carbon cycle, carbon management research has a strong . In the sandstone soil, 11% of soil carbon contributes more than 90% of the annual CO 2 efflux. The fact that soil physical fractions, designed to isolate organic material of roughly homogeneous physico-chemical state, contain material of dramatically different turnover times is consistent with recent observations of rapid isotope incorporation.


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Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists from across Europe.

Soil carbon assessments are crucial at present to our understanding of the dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems and our ability to assess implications. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists from across Europe.

Soil carbon assessments are crucial at present to our understanding of the dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems and our ability to assess implications Format: Hardcover. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists from across Europe.

Soil carbon assessments are crucial at present to our understanding of the dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems and our ability to assess implications Brand: Wiley.

In order to quantify the soil carbon content of the major Mediterranean ecosystems, a data collection was organized among the partners of the COST action. Moreover, the effects of wildfires on soil carbon loss and organic matter decomposition were investigated together with inorganic contributions to CO2 soil emissions.

Request PDF | Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: From Science to Land Management | Mountain areas in Europe have been experiencing greater changes in climate over the last century than. Contributors ix 1 Introduction to carbon in sensitive European ecosystems: from science to land management 1 Robert Jandl and Mats Olsson Rationale for this book 1 What do we need to know about soils for reporting purposes.

3 Objectives and overview of COST Action 4 Working Groups of COST Action 4 Regional coverage 8. Request PDF | Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: From Science to Land Management | In this chapter, four examples of scientific questions and challenges in which process-oriented.

Estimating soil carbon stock changes by process-based models and soil inventories --uncertainties and complementarities / Annemieke I. Gardenas [and others] Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems: from science to land management --a summary / Robert Jandl [and others].

Responsibility. Carbon in European soils () pp. in Book: "Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: From Science to Land Management" (Edited by R. Jandl, M. Rodeghiero, M. Olsson) Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists, currently.

Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: From Science to Land Management. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists, currently working for the European research programme, COST Action BurnOut (t; ).COST Action.

Abstract. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists, currently working for the European research programme, COST Action BurnOut(t; ).Cited by: Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: From Science to Land Management Robert Jandl Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management is a comprehensive overview of the latest research in this field drawn together by a network of scientists from across Europe/5(4).

Collaboration between USU and European researchers as part of European COST (Cooperation in Science and Technology) Action (Greenhouse gas budgets of soil under changing climate and landuse) has resulted in a synthesis book, entitled "Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management" It summarizes current.

Soil Systems (ISSN ) - formerly Soils (ISSN ) - is an international scientific peer-reviewed open access journal on soil science published quarterly online by MDPI. Soil Systems is a cooperating journal of the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) and affiliated to the Italian Society of Soil Science (SISS).

Open Access - free for readers, with article. Wetlands sequestrate well carbon into the soil for a long period, and their soils contain about one-third of the global soil carbon stock. It is a bit of a paradox that ecosystems, which are responsible for creating huge carbon storage, are now under scrutiny in.

Abstract. Soil functions as a sink and contributes to the process of CO 2 reduction in the atmosphere. Benefits of terrestrial sequestration of carbon are well understood.

About 75% of terrestrial carbon occurs in the soil and therefore soils are essential for carbon : A. Mermut.

Abstract. Most decomposition studies have focussed on litter decomposition (), and few studies concern decomposition of organic matter in humus layer and mineral is especially true for deeper soil horizons. In materials with a low decomposition rate, determination of CO 2 evolution rate is a more sensitive way of estimating decomposition during a limited period of time than Cited by: More recently the realization that forest soil is among the largest carbon pools on earth, and that changes in soil C stock could contribute to changes in atmospheric CO 2 concentration, has further stimulated interest in decomposition and its sensitivity to human-accelerated environmental change.

Here, we consider the linked processes of plant. Soil Organic Carbon in the World. Monitoring and modeling spatial distribution of soil organic carbon (SOC), for better understanding and quantifying global carbon (C) cycles, are presently global challenges that involve environmental scientists, socioeconomists, and policy makers for the coming decades (Galati et al., ).SOC is a key component of any terrestrial ecosystem Cited by: 2.

Soil and Ecosystem Processes, Dr. Schrumpf, Department Biogeochemical Processes, Prof. Trumbore, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Max Planck Society; External Ressource No external resources are sharedCited by: 2.

As global climate change has a large effect on the carbon cycle of forests, it is very important to understand how forests in climate transition regions respond to climate change. Specifically, the LPJ-GUESS (Lund-Potsdam-Jena General Ecosystem Simulator) model was used to simulate net ecosystem productivity (NEP) and soil heterotrophic respiration (Rh) dynamics of two forest Author: Siqi Liang, Shouzhang Peng, Yunming Chen.

The temperature sensitivity of decomposition of the enormous global stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) 1,2,3,4 has recently received Cited by: Read "Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems From Science to Land Management" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems - From Science to Land Management is a comprehensive overview of the latest.

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