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Soil respiration and its influencing factors at grazing and fenced typical Leymus chinensis Steppe, Nei Monggol



Soil respiration and its influencing factors at grazing and fenced typical Leymus chinensis Steppe, Nei Monggol



Huanjing Kexue 26(6): 1-7



Based on two-year soil respiration observing data at fenced and grazing typical Leymus chinensis steppe, Nei Monggol by the enclosed chamber method, soil respiration and its relationships with various affecting factors were analyzed.

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