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   gcis:hasCaption "A variety of soil animals\r\nand microbes can process plant litter that contributes to a pool of unprotected particulate organic matter (OM) with a\r\nrelatively short turnover time. Alternatively, soil microbes also can process this litter into more stabilized forms such\r\nas aggregates or mineral-protected OM with relatively long turnover times. In this carbon pool, belowground litter\r\nappears to be preferentially stabilized, partly because of its proximity to both microbes and minerals. Root exudates\r\nmay contribute to microbial carbon pools or to priming (i.e., the loss of mineral-protected soil carbon). Respiratory\r\nlosses—occurring at all stages of biotic processing—can be affected by microbial carbon use efficiency and by conditions in the natural environment or those arising from land use. Not only can land use significantly affect both the\r\nquality and quantity of plant residues delivered to soils and their processing, it also can affect erosional losses and\r\ndeposition. Climate change, especially in northern latitudes, may cause significant losses of soil carbon. (Key: CO2,\r\ncarbon dioxide; CH4, methane.)"^^xsd:string;
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