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  • Patterns of soil organic carbon and nitrogen in relation to soil movement under different land uses in mountain fields (South Central Pyrenees)
  • A set of cultivated and abandoned fields with different ages of land abandonment, slope gradients and lengths were selected in mountain farmland of the Central Spanish Pyrenees to conduct this study. In each of the fields, total soil depth sampling
  • . Under the land use practices in the studied fields the bottom slope positions accumulate soil particles and act as sinks of soil carbon and nitrogen in these mountain agricultural landscapes.
  • 2012
  • This study presents the results of an experiment carried out along a pluviometric gradient from humid to semiarid Mediterranean conditions, in southern Spain. The study involved 2 soil depths at 5 field sites having similar lithology, slope
  • 2012
  • The Apolobamba Integrated Management National Area is located in the Northwest of La Paz (Bolivia). This grassland ecosystem, with a high biodiversity, is a natural habitat of camelid populations. The goals of this study were to quantify total SOC
  • showed that some studied zones could be excellent carbon reservoirs the AA. suggest that these zones should be specifically protected from camelid overexploitation to avoid the soil exhaustion and preserve high grassland ecosystems and its biodiversity
  • 2012
  • The aim of this study was to elucidate the interrelationship between the spatial variability of soil respiration and the spatial variability of soil redistribution as well as other soil and crop properties. The study was carried out in a small
  • 2012
  • The study area was located in Cehegin in the northwest of the province of Murcia at an altitude that ranges from 600 to 800 m.a.s.l. The results of an experiment to evaluate the effect of rainfall characteristics on organic carbon (OC) losses
  • 2012