Data from: Warming alters surface soil organic matter composition despite unchanged carbon stock in a Tibetan permafrost ecosystem

Fei Li, Yunfeng Peng, Leiyi Chen, Guibiao Yang, Benjamin W Abbott, Dianye Zhang, Kai Fang, Guanqin Wang, Jun Wang, Jianchun Yu, Li Liu, Qiwen Zhang, Kelong Chen, Anwar Mohammat & Yuanhe Yang
1. Climate warming can alter ecosystem carbon (C) balance and also the composition of soil organic matter (SOM), with important local and global implications. However, the extent to which rising temperature affects SOM composition in permafrost ecosystems remains poorly understood. 2. Here, we experimentally warmed a permafrost ecosystem by open-top chambers (OTCs) on the Tibetan Plateau for four years to quantify the responses of C inputs via vegetation production, C losses via soil respiration, and...
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