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Title

Surface Soil Properties Influence Carbon Oxide Pulses After Precipitation Events in a Semiarid Vineyard Under Conventional Tillage and Cover Crops

AuthorsPeregrina Alonso, Fernando
KeywordsSoil CO2 efflux
Microbial biomass C
β-glucosidase activity
Soil water content
Soil temperature
Issue DateAug-2016
PublisherElsevier
CitationPedosphere 26(4): 499-509 (2016)
AbstractIn semiarid regions of the Mediterranean basin, a rainfall event can induce a respiratory pulse that releases a large amount of soil carbon dioxide (CO) into the atmosphere; this pulse can significantly contribute to the annual ecosystem carbon (C) balance. The impacts of conventional tillage and two different cover crops, resident vegetation and Bromus catharticus L., on soil CO efflux were evaluated in a Vitis vinifera L. vineyard in La Rioja, Spain. Soil CO efflux, gravimetric water content, and temperature were monitored at a depth of 0-5 cm after rainfall precipitation events approximately every 10 d in the period from May 17 to July 27, 2012, during which the cover crops had withered. Additionally, on June 10, 2012, soil organic C, microbial biomass C, and β-glucosidase activity were determined at soil depths of 0-2.5, 2.5-5, 5-15, and 15-25 cm. The results show that pulses of soil CO were related to the increase in soil water content following precipitation events. Compared to the conventional tillage treatment, both cover crop treatments had higher soil CO efflux after precipitation events. Both cover crop treatments had higher soil organic C, microbial biomass C, and β-glucosidase activity at the soil surface (0-2.5 cm) than the conventional tillage treatment. Each pulse of CO was related to the surface soil properties. Thus, this study suggests that the enhancement of soil organic C and microbiological properties at the soil surface under cover crops may increase soil CO efflux relative to conventional tillage immediately after precipitation events during the dry season.
Publisher version (URL)http://doi.org/10.1016/S1002-0160(15)60060-1
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/146629
DOI10.1016/S1002-0160(15)60060-1
Identifiersissn: 1002-0160
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