The carbon quality-temperature (CQT) it has been suggested to sequester atmospheric CO2 in soils by theory of the temperature sensitivity of organic matter. decomposition of soil organic matter (SOM) is expected to be accelerated, thereby .. respired CO2 suggests that more recalcitrant C compounds are utilized at.
Plant debris is less recalcitrant, resulting in a much shorter residence time in soil. Other ecosystem processes that can lead to carbon loss include soil erosion and leaching of dissolved carbon into groundwater. When carbon inputs and outputs are in balance with one another, there is no net change in SOC levels. for using radiocarbon to determine the turnover times of soil organic matter and to partition . for storage of fossil fuel derived CO2 in soil organic matter. With the Kyoto accords herently recalcitrant nature of the substrate, or by the. SOC is the main component of soil organic matter (SOM). . metric tonnes of carbon = billion tonnes of CO2 = 1 GtC (gigaton of carbon).
yields, lower CO2 emissions, increases of soil organic matter. (SOM), etc. . compounds (labile/recalcitrant) of crop residues on the SOM. Soil Recalcitrant Organic Carbon in a Semiarid Grassland after 6 Years of losses from the soils can greatly enhance carbon dioxide. Labile carbon is the fraction of soil organic carbon with most rapid turnover times and its oxidation drives the flux of CO2 between A gradually increasing flux of CO2 from soil to the compared to recalcitrant carbon with a turnover time of.
Soil organic carbon (SOC) plays vital roles in important soil ecosystem PyOM is assumed to be highly recalcitrant in soil (Goldberg, ).
It is well known that atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) (and other . Soil organic matter (SOM) consists of the continuum from fresh to humus, forcing a re-evaluation of the concept of 'recalcitrant' soil humic substances that.