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Soil Respiration Module

By Jessica Kleiss

Lewis & Clark College

Soils hold more carbon (C) than any other component of the terrestrial biosphere!

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Version 1.0 - published on 13 Jan 2020 doi:10.25334/3CRR-K625 - cite this

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Adapted from: Soil Respiration Module v 1.0

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Soils hold more carbon (C) than any other component of the terrestrial biosphere! In this module, students will explore high-frequency, sensor-based datasets documenting climate variables and the emissions of C (as CO2) from soils to the atmosphere, and learn about drivers and patterns of soil respiration. This module, like all Project EDDIE modules, is designed with an A-B-C structure to make it flexible and adaptable to a range of student levels and course structures.

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Some of the links in the original instructions are broken. New links & information have been included here.  Substantial changes were made to the final section (on global soil respiration rates) due to changed website content.

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