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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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Dordrecht: Springer

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Plant and soil, 2011, Vol.338 (1/2), p.143-158

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_856776298

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English

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Dordrecht: Springer

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Despite their low carbon (C) content, most subsoil horizons contribute to more than half of the total soil C stocks, and therefore need to be considered in the global C cycle. Until recently, the properties and dynamics of C in deep soils was largely ignored. The aim of this review is to synthesize literature concerning the sources, composition, me...

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Deep soil organic matter—a key but poorly understood component of terrestrial C cycle

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_856776298

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0032-079X

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1573-5036

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10.1007/s11104-010-0391-5

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