A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development

R. C. Santore, C. T. Driscoll, M. Aloi

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Abstract

Develops a framework to simulate the function of naturally occurring organic matter in soil and solutions. Presents some field observations to support process formulations and parameter values. Conducts a hypothetical simulation using the model. The simulation was made, not only to develop insight into the biogeochemistry of forest ecosystems, but also to illustrate deficiencies in model formulation and suggest the need for additional quantitative research. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCarbon forms and functions in forest soils
EditorsW.W. McFee, J.M. Kelly
PublisherSSSA, Madison, WI
Pages275-298
Number of pages24
StatePublished - 1995

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temperate forest
forest soil
soil organic matter
biogeochemistry
forest ecosystem
simulation
organic matter
soil
need
parameter

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Santore, R. C., Driscoll, C. T., & Aloi, M. (1995). A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development. In W. W. McFee, & J. M. Kelly (Eds.), Carbon forms and functions in forest soils (pp. 275-298). SSSA, Madison, WI.

A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development. / Santore, R. C.; Driscoll, C. T.; Aloi, M.

Carbon forms and functions in forest soils. ed. / W.W. McFee; J.M. Kelly. SSSA, Madison, WI, 1995. p. 275-298.

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Santore, RC, Driscoll, CT & Aloi, M 1995, A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development. in WW McFee & JM Kelly (eds), Carbon forms and functions in forest soils. SSSA, Madison, WI, pp. 275-298.
Santore RC, Driscoll CT, Aloi M. A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development. In McFee WW, Kelly JM, editors, Carbon forms and functions in forest soils. SSSA, Madison, WI. 1995. p. 275-298
Santore, R. C. ; Driscoll, C. T. ; Aloi, M. / A model of soil organic matter and its function in temperate forest soil development. Carbon forms and functions in forest soils. editor / W.W. McFee ; J.M. Kelly. SSSA, Madison, WI, 1995. pp. 275-298
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