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This data collection contains measurements of the carbon content and composition in the 0 to 30 cm layer of soil under a range of agricultural management practices in numerous regions around Australia... more. It also contains the data required to calculate the stocks of soil organic carbon and its components and various climate, topographic and management data associated with each soil collection site.less
CLOSED- DAFF National soil carbon - SCaRP soil carbon content and composition data - Published 29 Nov 2019
Data on C stocks and sequestration rates in Australian tidal marshes, mangrove forests and seagrass meadows were compiled from published data. In addition, unpublished studies from the CSIRO Marine an... mored Coastal Carbon Biogeochemistry Cluster project and other studies by the co-authors were included. Data from 1,553 study sites (593 from tidal marshes, 323 from mangrove forests and 637 from seagrass meadows) on soil C stocks (1,103 cores in total), soil C sequestration rates (352 cores in total) and standing C stocks in aboveground biomass (98 measurements in total) were used in this study. Detailed methods are provided in the manuscript linked to this dataset.less
Carbon Cluster Support - - Published 26 Jul 2019
History: rotation phase for each plot from 1925 to 1993.
Grain yield: for each plot from 1925 to 1993.
Total dry matter: for each plot from 1925 to 1991.
Pasture cuts: for each plot from 1950 to 1991.... more
Pasture composition: for each plot from 1950 to 1991.
Monthly climate data: from 1925 to 1993.
Soil carbon data: measured total organic carbon (by combustion) and size fractions (by MIR-PLSR prediction) and delta 14C values for select plots for 1963, 1973, 1983 and 1993 for each of 0-10 cm and 10-22.5 cm depths.less
1179.2 Uncertainty quantification in soi - Soil carbon measurement - Published 23 May 2019
This dataset was collected as part of an Australian Department of Agriculture Filling the Research Gap National Soil Carbon Project - Project 53: Native perennial vegetation: building stable soil carb... moreon and farm resilience.
Twelve pairs of rotationally and continuously grazed paddocks containing native grasses were samples down to 50 cm in four increments (0-10, 10-20, 20-30 and 30-50 cm). When available, an ungrazed remnant native vegetation site was also sampled for comparison. At each site, six samples were collected, each consisting of a composite of four cores.
This collection includes soil carbon, climate and land use/management data.less
1179.2 Native perennial vegetation: buil - All data - Published 30 Jun 2014