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Date:12/11/2007

omposition of old, stored organic carbon by the addition of fresh organic matter is known as the priming effect. There are important links between above-and belowground processes and we need to understand these links in order to assess the impact of global change and human disturbance on natural ecosystems said Sayer.

The study has implications for policy makers considering new approaches to capping carbon emissions such as carbon sequestration. Our results suggest unanticipated feedbacks to the carbon cycle that must be taken into account when estimating the potential for carbon sequestration in the soil, Powers said.


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