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Jenkins, M.E. and Adams, M.A. (2011) Respiratory Quotients and Q10 of Soil Respiration in Sub-Alpine Australia Reflect Influences of Vegetation Types. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 43, 1266-1274.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2011.02.017

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  • TITLE: Soil Respiration in Drying of an Organic Soil

    AUTHORS: Zofia Fischer, Pavel Blažka

    KEYWORDS: RQ, Anoxia, Storage of CO2, Changes of Soil Volume

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.5 No.9, August 31, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Drying of soil was linearly related to time, soil volume decreased and ratio of air within the soils increased. Respiration was related with decreasing humidity, storage of CO2 in soil water results in RQ 2 stored was aerated when its solvent-water evaporated and access of air into the soil increased; eventually RQ = 1.0 in the last days of the experiment. Respiration of the experimental soil stopped when GWC reached 0.15. ΣRQ for the whole process is about 0.7, a bit higher in experiments with less soil suggesting less anoxia.