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Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q10) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback

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TN_cdi_pascalfrancis_primary_21805703

Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q10) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback

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Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q10) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback

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Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q10) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback

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Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union

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Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 2009, Vol.114 (G2), p.G02016-n/a

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TN_cdi_pascalfrancis_primary_21805703

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English

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Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union

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Temperature sensitivity of soil respiration (Q10) is an important parameter in modeling effects of global warming on ecosystem carbon release. Experimental studies of soil respiration have ubiquitously indicated that Q10 has high spatial heterogeneity. However, most biogeochemical models still use a globally constant Q10 in projecting future climat...

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Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q10) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback

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0148-0227

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2156-2202

DOI

10.1029/2008JG000850

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