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Title: Molecular proxies for soil carbon storage patterns in humic and fulvic acids from oxisols in Minas Gerais state (Brazil)
Authors: González-Pérez, José Antonio, Almendros Martín, Gonzalo, González-Vila, Francisco Javier, Rosa Arranz, José M. de la, Marfil Daza, C.
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: International Humic Substances Society
Abstract: In tropical soils, there is the need for basic research on the structural features of the soil organic matter (MOS) in particular on the complementary pathways conforming the humification processes, which represent a keystone mainly in the terrestrial C cycle. Humic Oxisols are highly weathered soils, found mainly in the Southeast and South regions of Brazil, which present a thick A horizon (up to 200 cm), rich in organic matter. The occurrence of these soils is often related to dystrophic environments with undulated slopes and high altitudes.
Description: 4 páginas, 3 figuras. González-Pérez, José Antonio et al.-- Póster TER41 (372), en sesión: Natural organic matter and humic substances in terrestrial systems including soils. Congreso celebrado del 27 de junio-2 de julio, 2010, en Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Islas Canarias (España). Enlazamos con el ítem:
Citation: The 15th Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society. Proceedings 2: 326-329 (2010)
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