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Effects of vegetation rehabilitation on soil organic and inorganic carbon stocks in the Mu Us Desert, northwest China
Yang Gao1,2; Peng Dan2; Qingxia Zhao2; Jinliang Liu2; Jiabin Liu3; Liu, JB (reprint author), Northwest A&F Univ, Coll Nat Resources & Environm, 3 Taicheng Rd, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, Peoples R China.
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2018
Source PublicationLAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT
ISSN1085-3278
description.correspondentemailliujb@nwsuaf.edu.cn
Volume29Issue:4Pages:1031-1040
AbstractIn arid and semiarid areas, the importance of soil inorganic carbon (SIC) is at least as high as that of soil organic carbon (SOC) in affecting the regional carbon budget following vegetation rehabilitation. However, variations in SIC have been uncertain, and few studies have analyzed the interactions between the SOC and SIC pools. We measured SIC, SOC, C-13-SIC, and C-13-SOC after planting Mongolian pine (MP) and Artemisia ordosica (AO) on shifting sand land (SL) over 10years in the Mu Us Desert, northwest China. The results showed that, compared to SL, SIC stocks at 0-100cm in MP and AO lands significantly increased by 12.6 and 25.8Mgha(-1), respectively; SOC stocks in MP and AO lands significantly increased by 24.0 and 38.4Mgha(-1), respectively. Both C-13-SIC and C-13-SOC in the 2 plantation lands were significantly lower than those in SL were. All 315 samples exhibited a negatively linear relationship between SIC content and C-13-SIC (R-2=.70, p<.01) and showed positively linear relationships between SIC content and SOC content (R-2=.69, p<.01) and between C-13-SIC and C-13-SOC (R-2=.61, p<.01). The results demonstrated that vegetation rehabilitation on SL has a high potential to sequester SIC and SOC in semiarid deserts. The reduction in C-13-SIC and the relationship of SIC with C-13-SIC following vegetation rehabilitation suggested that SIC sequestration is likely caused by the formation of pedogenic inorganic carbon. The relationships between SIC and SOC and between C-13-SIC and C-13-SOC implied that the pedogenic inorganic carbon formation may be closely related to the SOC accumulation.
KeywordDesert Shifting Sand Land Soil Inorganic Carbon Stable Carbon Isotope Vegetation Rehabilitation
Subject AreaEnvironmental Sciences & Ecology ; Agriculture
DOI10.1002/ldr.2832
Indexed BySCI
Publication Place111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000430126700016
PublisherWILEY
Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China [31500585] ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [31500585]
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Identifierhttp://ir.iswc.ac.cn/handle/361005/8271
Collection水保所科研产出--SCI_2018--SCI
Corresponding AuthorLiu, JB (reprint author), Northwest A&F Univ, Coll Nat Resources & Environm, 3 Taicheng Rd, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, Peoples R China.
Affiliation1.Northwest A&F Univ, State Key Lab Soil Eros & Dryland Farming Loess P, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, Peoples R China
2.Northwest A&F Univ, Coll Forestry, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, Peoples R China
3.Northwest A&F Univ, Coll Nat Resources & Environm, 3 Taicheng Rd, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, Peoples R China
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Yang Gao,Peng Dan,Qingxia Zhao,et al. Effects of vegetation rehabilitation on soil organic and inorganic carbon stocks in the Mu Us Desert, northwest China[J]. LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT,2018,29(4):1031-1040.
APA Yang Gao,Peng Dan,Qingxia Zhao,Jinliang Liu,Jiabin Liu,&Liu, JB .(2018).Effects of vegetation rehabilitation on soil organic and inorganic carbon stocks in the Mu Us Desert, northwest China.LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT,29(4),1031-1040.
MLA Yang Gao,et al."Effects of vegetation rehabilitation on soil organic and inorganic carbon stocks in the Mu Us Desert, northwest China".LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT 29.4(2018):1031-1040.
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