Quantification of Dissolved Organic Carbon Loss Through Soil in Watershed 1 Public Deposited

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  • Recent interest in the carbon dynamics of Earth demands precise quantification of carbon fluxes, such as dissolved organic carbon (DOC), that may reveal characteristics and responses of significant carbon pools to environmental change. As a component of a larger carbon budget project within HJ Andrews Experimental Forest we are quantifying the flux of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) through the soil within Watershed 1, a small catchment of 1 km2. The three mechanisms that lead to carbon loss in a forest system are: Respiration, DOC in stream flow, and DOC in soils.
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