Quantitative characteristics of organic carbon stock and distribution in the main ecosystem blocks and production-destruction processes in the soil-phytocenosis system have been evaluated in wet oldgrowth bilberry-sphagnum forest. It has been shown that equivalent amounts of carbon are accumulated in the soil and plant reservoirs of the ecosystem and that atmospheric carbon fixation for phytomass production prevails over carbon release in the course of necromass decomposition.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 3, 2014
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