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Aging of black carbon in Mediterranean soils

AuthorsGonzález-Vila, Francisco Javier ; Clemente Salas, Luis ; Almendros Martín, Gonzalo ; González-Vázquez, Rocío ; Knicker, Heike
Issue Date2009
PublisherBritish Society of Soil Science
CitationBooks of Abstracts. Soil Organic Matters: 65 (2009)
AbstractBlack carbon (BC) is supposed to compose a major proportion of the slow-cycling carbon pools in soils. This view is supported by the observation that charcoal is still detectable in buried fossil soils and at archeological sites. However, Masiello (2004)(Masiello, 2004) stated that measurements of BC production and losses are not balanced. She speculated further, if BC had been produced since fue last glacial maximum via biomass burning at the same rate as nowadays, BC should account for 25% to 125% ofthe total soil organic carbon pool.
DescriptionPóster presentado al citado congreso, en la Session: The global carbon cycle and climate change.-- Celebrado del 23-25, junio, 2009, en Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertforshire, UK.
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