Impact of soil temperature-difference on desert carbon-sink

Fan Yang, Jianping Huang, Qing He, Chenglong Zhou, Honglin Pan, Wen Huo, Xinqian Zheng, Haipeng Yu, Xiaoyue Liu, Lu Meng, Dongliang Han, Mamtimin Ali & Xinghua Yang
The global carbon-cycle is crucial for climate change. Desert, which has long been neglected in the global carbon-cycle, may sequester enormous volumes of CO2 and play the role of a carbon-sink. As the world's second-largest shifting desert, the Taklimakan Desert (TD) contributes substantially to desert carbon-sinks. However, the contributions of the internal processes of the TD to its carbon-sink and the long-term trend of the carbon-sink under climate change are still unclear. This study will...
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