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Roles of soil dissolved organic carbon in carbon cycling of terrestrial ecosystems: a review

Roles of soil dissolved organic carbon in carbon cycling of terrestrial ecosystems: a review

Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 23(5): 1407-1414

Soil dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is an active fraction of soil organic carbon pool, playing an important role in the carbon cycling of terrestrial ecosystems. In view of the importance of the carbon cycling, this paper summarized the roles of soil DOC in the soil carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases emission, and in considering of our present ecological and environmental problems such as soil acidification and climate warming, discussed the effects of soil properties, environmental factors, and human activities on the soil DOC as well as the response mechanisms of the DOC. This review could be helpful to the further understanding of the importance of soil DOC in the carbon cycling of terrestrial ecosystems and the reduction of greenhouse gases emission.

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