Links between boreal forest management, soil fungal communities and belowground carbon sequestration

Karolina Jörgensen, Gustaf Granath, Joachim Strengbom & Björn Lindahl
Forest management has a potential to alter belowground carbon storage. However, the underlying mechanisms, and the relative importance of carbon input and decomposition in regulation of soil carbon dynamics are poorly understood. We examined whether interactive effects of forest fertilization and thinning on carbon stocks in the topsoil of boreal forests were linked to changes in fungal community composition, biomass, and enzyme activities, in a long-term fertilization and thinning experiment distributed across 29 Pinus sylvestris...
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