Data from: Montane meadows: A soil carbon sink or source?

Cody C. Reed, Amy G. Merrill, W. Mark Drew, Beth Christman, Rachel A. Hutchinson, Levi Keszey, Melissa Odell, Sherman Swanson, Paul S. J. Verburg, Jim Wilcox, Stephen C. Hart & Benjamin W. Sullivan
As the largest biogeochemically active terrestrial reserve of carbon (C), soils have the potential to either mitigate or amplify rates of climate change. Ecosystems with large C stocks and high rates of soil C sequestration, in particular, may have outsized impacts on regional and global C cycles. Montane meadows have large soil C stocks relative to surrounding ecosystems. However, anthropogenic disturbances in many meadows may have altered the balance of C inputs and outputs, potentially...
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