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C-MIP: an international model inter-comparison simulating organic carbon dynamics in bare fallow soils

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Farina, R and Ehrhardt, F and Bellocchi, G and Chenu, C and Soussana, JF and Abdalla, M and Alvaro-Fuentes, J and Blauer, M and Brilli, L and Chakrabarti, B and Clivot, H and De Antoni, M and Di Bene, C and Dorich, C and Ferchaud, F and Fitton, N and Francaviglia, R and Franko, U and Grant, B and Guenet, B and Harrison, M and Kirschbaum, M and Kuka, K and Lehtonen, A and Martin, R and Meier, E and Menichetti, L and Mula, L and Nendel, C and Rolinski, S and Sharp, J and Shepherd, A and Smith, W and Snow, V and Taghizadeh-Toosi, A and Zhang, Q and Recous, S, C-MIP: an international model inter-comparison simulating organic carbon dynamics in bare fallow soils, Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter, 3-7 September 2017, Harpenden, United Kingdom, pp. 1-2. (In Press) [Conference Extract]


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Abstract

C sequestration in agricultural soils contributes to the achievement of the climate objectives (e.g. COP-21ís "4 per 1000" initiative). Reliable methodologies are needed to assess the soil C sequestration potential of agricultural lands in different management, soil and climate conditions. Simulation models extrapolate C dynamics from current knowledge in both time and space. This is difficult when soil is covered by vegetation, for the continuous input of plant residues and root exudates, and the influence of plants on soil water and temperature dynamics. Long-term bare fallow (LTBF) experiments offer ideal conditions to test models simulating soil organic C dynamics.

Item Details

Item Type:Conference Extract
Keywords:soil carbon, sequestration, model, ensemble, organic matter dynamics, fallow, winter, summer, crop, pasture
Research Division:Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences
Research Group:Agriculture, Land and Farm Management
Research Field:Agricultural Systems Analysis and Modelling
Objective Division:Plant Production and Plant Primary Products
Objective Group:Environmentally Sustainable Plant Production
Objective Field:Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Plant Production
Author:Harrison, M (Dr Matthew Harrison)
ID Code:115884
Year Published:In Press
Deposited By:Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
Deposited On:2017-04-14
Last Modified:2017-04-19
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