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Different responses of soil respiration and its components to nitrogen and phosphorus addition in a subtropical secondary forest
Zhang,Junjun1; Li,Yong2; Wang,Jinsong1; Chen,Weinan1,3; Tian,Dashuan1; Niu,Shuli1,3
2021-06-08
Source PublicationForest Ecosystems
Volume8Issue:1
Corresponding AuthorWang,Jinsong(wangjinsong@igsnrr.ac.cn) ; Niu,Shuli(sniu@igsnrr.ac.cn)
AbstractAbstractBackgroundNitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) deposition have largely affected soil respiration (Rs) in forest ecosystems. However, few studies have explored how N and P individually or in combination to influence Rs and its components (autotrophic respiration, Ra; heterotrophic respiration, Rh), especially in highly P-limited subtropical forests. To address this question, we conducted a field manipulation experiment with N and/or P addition in a 50-year-old subtropical secondary forest.ResultsWe found that N addition on average reduced Rs, Ra, and Rh by 15.2%, 15%, and 11.7%, respectively during 2-year field study. P addition had an inconsistent effect on Ra, with Ra increasing by 50.5% in the first year but reducing by 26.6% in the second year. Moreover, P addition on average decreased Rh by 8.9%–30.9% and Rs by 6.7%–15.6% across 2 years. In contrast, N and P co-addition on average increased Rs, Ra, and Rh by 1.9%, 7.9%, and 2.1% during the experimental period. Though Rs and Rh were significantly correlated with soil temperature, their temperature sensitivities were not significantly changed by fertilization. Ra was predominantly regulated by soil nitrogen availability (NH4+ and NO3?), soil dissolved organic carbon (DOC), and enzyme activities, while the variation in Rh was mainly attributable to changes in soil microbial community composition and soil β-D-Cellubiosidase (CB) and β-Xylosidase (XYL) activities.ConclusionOur findings highlight the contrasting responses of Rs and its components to N or P addition against N and P co-addition, which should be differentially considered in biogeochemical models in order to improve prediction of forest carbon dynamics in the context of N and P enrichment in terrestrial ecosystems.
KeywordNitrogen deposition Phosphorus enrichment Heterotrophic respiration Autotrophic respiration Enzyme activities Microbial community composition
DOI10.1186/s40663-021-00313-z
Language英语
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s40663-021-00313-z
PublisherSpringer Singapore
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/162154
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Corresponding AuthorWang,Jinsong; Niu,Shuli
Affiliation1.Chinese Academy of Sciences; Key Laboratory of Ecosystem Network Observation and Modeling, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research
2.Chinese Academy of Forestry; Beijing Key Laboratory of Wetland Services and Restoration, Institute of Wetland Research
3.University of Chinese Academy of Sciences; Department of Resources and Environment
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Zhang,Junjun,Li,Yong,Wang,Jinsong,et al. Different responses of soil respiration and its components to nitrogen and phosphorus addition in a subtropical secondary forest[J]. Forest Ecosystems,2021,8(1).
APA Zhang,Junjun,Li,Yong,Wang,Jinsong,Chen,Weinan,Tian,Dashuan,&Niu,Shuli.(2021).Different responses of soil respiration and its components to nitrogen and phosphorus addition in a subtropical secondary forest.Forest Ecosystems,8(1).
MLA Zhang,Junjun,et al."Different responses of soil respiration and its components to nitrogen and phosphorus addition in a subtropical secondary forest".Forest Ecosystems 8.1(2021).
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