Soil organic carbon storage in a no-tillage chronosequence under Mediterranean conditions
Arrúe, José Luis
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The duration of soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration in agricultural soils varies according to soil management, land-use history and soil and climate conditions. Despite several experiments have reported SOC sequestration with the adoption of no-tillage (NT) in Mediterranean dryland agroecosystems
scarce information exists about the duration and magnitude of the sequestration process. For this reason, 20 years ago we established in northeast Spain a NT chronosequence experiment to evaluate SOC sequestration duration under Mediterranean dryland conditions.
Is part ofPlant and Soil, 2014, vol. 376, núm. 1, pp. 31-41
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