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Estimation of the biological activity in marshes and peats based on carbon and organic nitrogen mineralization






Roczniki Gleboznawcze 46(3/4): 19-28

Estimation of the biological activity in marshes and peats based on carbon and organic nitrogen mineralization

Results from laboratory experiments showed that mineralization of organic C was strong in moderately decomposed peat and weak to medium in marsh soils. Mineralization of organic N followed a similar pattern.


Accession: 002831944



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