Data from: Dryland soils in northern China sequester carbon during the early-2000s warming hiatus period

Dan Kou, Wenhong Ma, Jinzhi Ding, Beibei Zhang, Kai Fang, Huifeng Hu, Jianchun Yu, Tian Wang, Shuqi Qin, Xia Zhao, Jingyun Fang & Yuanhe Yang
1. Drylands, covering ~45% of the Earth’s terrestrial surface and supporting ~38% of the global population, play a dominant role in the trend and inter-annual variability of global land carbon (C) sink. Given that a large proportion of organic C is stored in soils, our knowledge on soil C dynamics in drylands is crucial to evaluate terrestrial C-climate feedback. However, credible understanding on this issue is still greatly limited by the lack of direct observations....
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