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Hydro-biogeochemistry transport of black carbon project-data
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This data package was produced by researchers working on the Hyrdo-Biogeochemistry Transport of Black Carbon Project. This project was supported by National Science Foundation and the Water Institute at Colorado State ...
Pyrogenic organic matter and litter decomposition using isotope tracing-data
Author(s):Soong, Jennifer L.; Dam, Marie
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The use of dual 13C- and 15N-labeled leaf litter and pyrogenic organic matter in decomposition studies is a powerful method for identifying the amount, location, and transformation of organic matter inputs to the soil. The ...
Data-land use as a driver of soil fertility and biodiversity across an agricultural landscape in the central Peruvian Andes
Author(s):de Valença, Anne W.; Vanek, Steven J.; Meza, Katherin; Ccanto, Raul; Olivera, Edgar; Scurrah, Maria; Lantinga, Egbert A.; Fonte, Steven J.
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Land use change and intensification in agricultural landscapes of the Andean highlands have resulted in widespread soil degradation and a loss in soil-based ecosystem services and biodiversity. This trend threatens the ...
C and N dynamics between grass litter, soil and the atmosphere determined using isotope tracing
Author(s):Cotrufo, Francesca; Soong, Jennifer
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Dataset associated with Vanek et al., 2020, "Participatory design of improved forage/fallow options across soil gradients with farmers of the central Peruvian Andes"
Author(s):Vanek, Steven; Fonte, Steven; Ccanto, Raul; Meza, Katherine; Olivera, Edgar; Scurrah, Maria
Land use intensity is increasing in Andean smallholder systems, and innovations are needed to sustain soil fertility and productivity of potato-cereal rotations with shortening fallow periods. In collaboration with farmers ...
Dataset associated with "Artefactual depiction of predator–prey trophic linkages in global soils"
Author(s):Wyckhuys, Kris A. G.; Nguyen, Ha; Fonte, Steven J.
Soil invertebrates contribute to multiple ecosystem services, including pest control, nutrient cycling, and soil structural regulation, yet trophic interactions that determine their diversity and activity in soils remain ...
Dataset associated with the manuscript: “Divergent belowground allocation patterns of winter wheat shape rhizosphere microbial communities and nitrogen cycling activities”
Author(s):Kelly, Courtland; Fonte, Steven; Haddix, Michelle
Plant roots add carbon (C) -rich rhizodeposits to the soil, which can alter microbial activity and nitrogen (N) cycling with implications for N availability and uptake by plants. We evaluated root architecture, rhizodeposit ...