Carbon dioxide efflux density from the floor of a central Siberian pine forest
Total and forest floor carbon dioxide flux densities (F(CO2)) and environmental variables were measured for 18 consecutive midsummer days during July 1996 in a 215-year-old stand of Pinus sylvestris L. trees located 40 km southwest of the village of Zotino in central Siberia, Russia (61°N, 89°E, 160 m asl). Forest floor F(CO2) was regulated by surface soil water content, related to the limited storage capacity of the sandy soil equivalent to only 4 mm water per 100 mm depth of soil. Following...[Show more]
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