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Last Updated: 10 September 2022

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Vegetation restoration in dryland with shrub serves as a carbon sink: evidence from a 13-year observation at the Tengger Desert of Northern China

About 40% of the total land area is within the Dryland region, and regulation of land carbon sequestration patterns is a key factor. However, the long-term observation results for the revegetated ecosystem in dryland is still uncertain. In short, we are looking to find out how carbon sequestration capacity of the planted vegetation in the dryland area in a long run. The rise in spring temperature, the earlier start of carbon uptake and longer carbon uptake, may have contributed to the appearance of a gradual trend in NEP, but the amount of annual NEP was more determined by summer precipitation. However, our results showed that the increase of carbon sequestration by the revetation is not over-consuming water resources as there is no soil water depletion.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR539863

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