Embedded rock fragments affect alpine steppe plant growth, soil carbon and nitrogen in the northern Tibetan Plateau View Full Text


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2017-08-16

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Ziyin Du, Yanjiang Cai, Yan Yan, Xiaodan Wang

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Background and AimsRock fragments within topsoil have important effects on soil properties and plant growth. This study mainly aimed to investigate the relationships between rock fragments, soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) densities and vegetation biomass in an alpine steppe.MethodsRock fragments, plant and soil samples were collected from four topographic positions (top, upper, lower, and bottom) on a hillslope.ResultsVolumetric rock fragment content within the 0–30 cm soil profile varied from 17.8 to 30.5%, the upper position value was significantly greater (P < 0.05) than those at other positions. The highest aboveground biomass was observed at the lower position (921 kg ha−1), while the highest belowground biomass within the 0–30 cm profile was found at the upper position (4460 kg ha−1). More fine earth and plant litter input accompanied by lower C and N losses induced by rainfall erosion resulted in higher soil organic C and total N densities (28.6 Mg C ha−1 and 2.87 Mg N ha−1) at the lower position.ConclusionsRock fragments may promote root growth but limit aboveground biomass production, and can therefore change the biomass distribution pattern. Our findings provide more evidence for scientifically assessing alpine steppe productivity. More... »

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79-92

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