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Concepts of sulfur, carbon, and nitrogen transformations in soil: evaluation by simulation modeling



Concepts of sulfur, carbon, and nitrogen transformations in soil: evaluation by simulation modeling



Biogeochemistry 2(2): 163-177



The dynamics of sulfur immobilization and mineralization in soil were simulated to test hypotheses about their regulation by the availability of carbon and nitrogen. The concept of chemical bond classes was incorporated into the model to account for variation in composition of carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur compounds. Microbial biomass was differentiated into bacteria and fungi, and the element ratios of both groups were assumed to vary.

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