Data from: Soil organic carbon dynamics matching ecological equilibrium theory

Tancredi Caruso, Franciska T. De Vries, Richard D. Bardgett & Johannes Lehmann
The persistence of soil organic carbon (SOC) has traditionally been explained as a combination of recalcitrance properties and stabilization processes, which lead to the formation of complex organic compounds. However, recent conceptual advances and experimental evidence challenge this view. Here, we test these conceptual advances using a dynamic equilibrium theory of SOC founded on classic ecological theory. We postulate that the persistence of SOC is an equilibrium point where SOC losses resulting from continuous decomposition...
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