Reforesting degraded agricultural landscapes with Eucalypts : Effects on carbon storage and soil fertility after 26<ce:hsp sp="0.25"/>years
作者: R.J. HarperA.E.A. OkomA.T. StilwellM. TibbettC. DeanS.J. GeorgeS.J. SochackiC.D. MitchellS.S. MannK. Dods
作者单位: 1Alcoa Chair of Sustainable Water Management, School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University, South Street, Murdoch, WA 6150, Australia
2Forest Products Commission, Locked Bag 888, Perth Business Centre, Perth, WA 6849, Australia
3School of Earth and Environment, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA 6009, Australia
4National Soil Resources Institute, Department of Environmental Science and Technology, School of Applied Science, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire MK43 0AL, United Kingdom
5School of Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Private Bag 78, Hobart, TAS 7001, Australia
6ChemCentre, PO Box 1250, Bentley, WA 6983, Australia
刊名: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2012, Vol.163 , pp.3-13
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2012.03.013
关键词: Carbon sequestrationBiodiversity restorationWatershed management
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)In the Western Australian wheatbelt, the restoration of native eucalypt forests for managing degraded agricultural landscapes is a critical part of managing dryland salinity and rebuilding biodiversity. Such reforestation will also sequester carbon. Whereas most investigative emphasis has been on carbon stored in biomass, the effects of reforestation on soil organic carbon (SOC) stores and fertility are not known. Two 26year old reforestation experiments with four Eucalyptus species ( E. cladocalyx var nana , E. occidentalis , E. sargentii and E. wandoo ) were compared with agricultural sites (Field). SOC stores (to 0.3m depth) ranged between 33 and 55Mgha −1 , with no statistically significant...
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影响因子:2.859 (2012)

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