Soil organic carbon content at a range of north Australian tropical savannas with contrasting site histories

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Plant And Soil, 2005, 268 (1), pp. 161 - 171
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Soils play an important role in the global carbon cycle, and can be major source or sink of CO2 depending upon land use, vegetation type and soil management practices. Natural and human impact on soil carbon concentration and storage is poorly understood
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