Data from: Quantifying and correcting for pre-assay CO2 loss in short-term carbon mineralization assays

Matthew Belanger, Carmella Vizza, G. Philip Robertson & Sarah Roley
Abstract. The active fraction of soil organic carbon is an important component of soil health and often is quickly assessed as the pulse of CO2 released by re-wetting dried soils in short-term (24–72 h) assays. However, soils can lose carbon (C) as they dry and, if soil samples vary in moisture content at sampling, differential C loss during the pre-assay dry-down period may complicate the assay's interpretations. We examined the impact of pre-assay CO2 loss...
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