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Introduction: reciprocal influence of climate and soils: problems - range - processes

, : Introduction: reciprocal influence of climate and soils: problems - range - processes. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 69): 193-200

The following topics are reviewed: climate, soil formation and soil properties; climate-affecting trace gases; contribution of land management to trace gas emissions; limitation and avoidance strategies; and the influence of climatic change on soil processes.

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