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The effectiveness of actively accumulating dust in rejuvenating soils and ecosystems in a super-humid, high weathering and leaching environment, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2011)
The deposition of mineral dust is an integral component of terrestrial and marine biogeochemical cycles. Dust is recognised as an important rejuvenator by supplying nutrients and unweathered mineral material to ecosystems. ...
Rapid soil production and weathering in the Southern Alps, New Zealand
(American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014-02-07)
Evaluating conflicting theories about the influence of mountains on carbon dioxide cycling and climate requires understanding weathering fluxes from tectonically uplifting landscapes. The lack of soil production and ...
Microbial and abiotic controls on mineral-associated organic matter in soil profiles along an ecosystem gradient
(Nature Research, 2019-07-16)
Formation of mineral-organic associations is a key process in the global carbon cycle. Recent concepts propose litter quality-controlled microbial assimilation and direct sorption processes as main factors in transferring ...