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Fig. 7 | Carbon Balance and Management

Fig. 7

From: Increases in soil and woody biomass carbon stocks as a result of rangeland riparian restoration

Fig. 7

Measures of SOM quality in restored and unrestored sites, by landform. The C:N ratio was higher, and the fulvic acid:humic acid ratio higher, in the restored sites, indicating greater permanence of the soil carbon where riparian revegetation has taken place. Labile carbon was unaffected by restoration status. Landform differences were significant for all three carbon measures. Interactions between landform and restoration status were not significant for any SOM quality measure

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