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11 September 2013 Reduced mineralizable carbon in a boreal forest soil after three years of artificial warming
Loïc D'Orangeville, Benoît Côté, Daniel Houle, Joann Whalen
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D'Orangeville, L., Côté, B., Houle, D. and Whalen, J. 2013. Reduced mineralizable carbon in a boreal forest soil after three years of artificial warming. Can. J. Soil Sci. 93: 567-572. Soil warming is expected to reduce organic carbon pools. We incubated soils from a balsam fir stand previously subjected to 3 yr of in situ experimental warming ( 4°C). Mineralizable carbon was significantly reduced (16-25%) in heated soils, corresponding to a 0.4-0.8% decline in the organic carbon pool.

Loïc D'Orangeville, Benoît Côté, Daniel Houle, and Joann Whalen "Reduced mineralizable carbon in a boreal forest soil after three years of artificial warming," Canadian Journal of Soil Science 93(5), 567-572, (11 September 2013). https://doi.org/10.1139/CJSS2013-046
Received: 16 May 2013; Accepted: 1 August 2013; Published: 11 September 2013
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Balsam fir
carbon mineralization
changements climatiques
climate change
dépôts d′azote
minéralisation du carbone
nitrogen deposition
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