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Zhang Liming,Zhuang Qianlai, He Yujie, Liu Yaling,Yu Dongsheng,Zhao Quanying, Shi Xuezheng, Xing Shihe, Wang Guangxiang. Toward optimal soil organic carbon sequestration with effects of agricultural management practices and climate change in Tai-Lak


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所有作者:Zhang LimingZhuang Qianlai, He Yujie, Liu YalingYu DongshengZhao Quanying, Shi Xuezheng, Xing Shihe, Wang Guangxiang.

论文题目:Toward optimal soil organic carbon sequestration with effects of agricultural management practices and climate change in Tai-Lake paddy soils of China

来源期刊Geoderma

发表日期:1 August 2016

原文链接:

http://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2016.04.001

Abstract:

Understanding the impacts of climate change and agricultural management practices on soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics is critical for implementing optimal farming practices and maintaining agricultural productivity. This study examines the influence of climatic variables and agricultural management on carbon sequestration potentials in Tai-Lake Paddy soils of China using the DeNitrification-DeComposition (DNDC, version 9.1) model, with a high-resolution soil database (1:50,000). Model simulations considered the effects of no-tillage, the application rates of manure, N fertilization, and crop residue, water management, and changes in temperature and precipitation. We found that the carbon sequestration potential in the top soils (0–30 cm) for the 2.32 Mha paddy soils of the Tai-Lake region varied from4.71 to 44.31 Tg C under the feasible management practices during the period of 2001–2019. The sequestration potential significantly increased with increasing application of N-fertilizer, manure, conservation tillage, and crop residues, with an annual average SOC changes ranged from 107 to 121 kg C ha−1yr−1, 159 to 326 kg C ha−1yr−1, 78 to 128 kg C ha−1yr−1, and 489 to 1005 kg C ha−1yr−1, respectively. Toward mitigating greenhouse emissions and N losses, no-tillage and increase of crop residue return to soils as well as manure application are recommended for agricultural practice in this region. Our analysis of climate impacts on SOC sequestration suggests that the rice paddies in this region will continue to be a carbon sink under future warming conditions. Specifically, with rising air temperature of 2.0 °C and 4 °C, the average annual SOC changes were 52 and 21 kg C ha−1yr−1, respectively.

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