Data from: Aggregation but not organo-metal complexes contributed to C storage in tidal freshwater wetland soils

Christine E. Maietta, Zachary A. Bernstein, Joshua R. Gaimaro, Victoria L. Monsaint-Queeney, Jeffrey Buyer, Martin Rabenhorst, Andrew H. Baldwin & Stephanie A. Yarwood
One of the many goals of wetland restoration is to promote the long-term storage of carbon (C) in the terrestrial biosphere. Unfortunately, soil C reservoirs in restored wetlands are slow to accumulate even after hydrology and plant communities are reestablished. Oftentimes wetland restoration changes the soil matrix and thus can dramatically alter how soil C is stored and processed. Our research investigated whether soil organic matter (SOM) preservation theories derived from studies in non-wetland soil...
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