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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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Heidelberg: Springer

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Biogeochemistry, 2006, Vol.77 (1), p.25-56

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_740974929

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English

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Heidelberg: Springer

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Soil organic matter (OM) can be stabilized against decomposition by association with minerals, by its inherent recalcitrance and by occlusion in aggregates. However, the relative contribution of these factors to OM stabilization is yet unknown. We analyzed pool size and isotopic composition (¹⁴C, ¹³C) of mineral-protected and recalcitrant OM in 12...

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Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_740974929

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0168-2563

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1573-515X

DOI

10.1007/s10533-005-0712-6

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