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Dr. Markus Reichstein (Italy)

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Date Publication
11.11.2005 Article: Temperature sensitivity of decomposition in relation to soil organic matter pools: critique and outlook
M. Reichstein, T. Kätterer, O. Andrén, P. Ciais, E.-D. Schulze, W. Cramer, D. Papale, and R. Valentini
Biogeosciences, 2, 317-321
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2005-2-317
01.07.2005 Article: Does the temperature sensitivity of decomposition vary with soil organic matter quality?
M. Reichstein, T. Kätterer, O. Andrén, P. Ciais, E.-D. Schulze, W. Cramer, D. Papale, R. Valentini
Biogeosciences Discussions, 2, 737-747
SRef: 1810-6285/bgd/2005-2-737

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