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The use of map-making technique in studying carbon balance

, : The use of map-making technique in studying carbon balance. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 49(1): 24-27

Long-term genesis studies of litter layers and soils of tundra and taiga zones were used to develop a map of the carbon (C) cycle in the Kostroma Region and Komi Republic, Russia. Relative balances between destruction and accumulation zones were assumed to exist in natural ecosystems. Accumulation zones included areas of peat, broadleaved forests, conifers, tundra and taiga. Agricultural zones were considered areas of unstable C balance, and pine ecosystems areas of general C loss.

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