Zhongkui Luo, Enli Wang, and Chris Smith. 2015. Fresh carbon input differentially impacts soil carbon decomposition across natural and managed systems. Ecology 96:28062813. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-2228.1


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Raw data used in this study, and results of data assimilation and meta-analysis for each individual experiment comparison.
Ecological Archives E096-245-S1.

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Author(s)

Zhongkui Luo
CSIRO Agriculture Flagship
GPO Box 1666, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia
E-mail: zhongkui.luo@csiro.au

Enli Wang
CSIRO Agriculture Flagship
GPO Box 1666, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia

Chris Smith
CSIRO Agriculture Flagship
GPO Box 1666, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia

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Raw_data_used_in_this_study.csv (MD5: e2a93cfe0c48b33985437a3b2cb98967)

Results_of_data_assimilation_and_meta-analysis.csv (MD5: 163dd255d6115031018f8bae30ebe7cd)

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“ref” – reference for data set.

“ecotype” – ecosystem type.

“soildw” – soil dry weight used for incubation.

“socsoc” – soil organic carbon content (%).

“inic” – initial soil organic carbon amount at the start of the experiment.

“subdwdw” – dry weight of added substrate.

“subcc” – carbon amount in the added substrate.

“crate” – carbon input rate (i.e., subcc/inic)

“SoilDerivedCO2” – soil-derived CO2-C emissions.

“SD” – standard deviation of the observations.