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Interacting Effects of Rising Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Warming, and Altered Precipitation on Grasslands

Figure 10.5

Western Sydney University
Elise Pendall

This figure appears in chapter 10 of the Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report report.

Climate variations can impact grassland plant productivity and soil organic matter (SOM) storage, which in turn are mediated by soil moisture and nutrient availability. Root and shoot net primary production (NPP) are correlated, and both are dependent on soil moisture and nutrient availability. Plant nutrient uptake can decrease soil nutrients, which may be made available during SOM decomposition. [Figure conception derived from numerous studies, including Hufkens et al., 2016; Morgan et al., 2011; Mueller et al., 2016; Reich and Hobbie 2013; Reyes-Fox et al., 2014; and Zelikova et al., 2015.]

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