Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient

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Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient. / Reinsch, Sabine; Koller, Eva; Sowerby, Alwyn; de Dato, Giovanbattista; Estiarte, Marc; Guidolotti, Gabriele; Kovács-Láng, Edit; Kröel-Dulay, György; Lellei-Kovács, Eszter; Larsen, Klaus Steenberg; Liberati, Dario; Peñuelas, Josep; Ransijn, Johannes; Robinson, David A.; Schmidt, Inger Kappel; Smith, Andrew R.; Tietema, Albert; Dukes, Jeffrey S.; Beier, Claus; Emmett, Bridget A.

I: Scientific Reports, Bind 7, 43952, 2017.

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Reinsch, S, Koller, E, Sowerby, A, de Dato, G, Estiarte, M, Guidolotti, G, Kovács-Láng, E, Kröel-Dulay, G, Lellei-Kovács, E, Larsen, KS, Liberati, D, Peñuelas, J, Ransijn, J, Robinson, DA, Schmidt, IK, Smith, AR, Tietema, A, Dukes, JS, Beier, C & Emmett, BA 2017, 'Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient', Scientific Reports, bind 7, 43952. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep43952

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Reinsch, S., Koller, E., Sowerby, A., de Dato, G., Estiarte, M., Guidolotti, G., ... Emmett, B. A. (2017). Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient. Scientific Reports, 7, [43952]. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep43952

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Reinsch S, Koller E, Sowerby A, de Dato G, Estiarte M, Guidolotti G o.a. Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient. Scientific Reports. 2017;7. 43952. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep43952

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Reinsch, Sabine ; Koller, Eva ; Sowerby, Alwyn ; de Dato, Giovanbattista ; Estiarte, Marc ; Guidolotti, Gabriele ; Kovács-Láng, Edit ; Kröel-Dulay, György ; Lellei-Kovács, Eszter ; Larsen, Klaus Steenberg ; Liberati, Dario ; Peñuelas, Josep ; Ransijn, Johannes ; Robinson, David A. ; Schmidt, Inger Kappel ; Smith, Andrew R. ; Tietema, Albert ; Dukes, Jeffrey S. ; Beier, Claus ; Emmett, Bridget A. / Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient. I: Scientific Reports. 2017 ; Bind 7.

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title = "Shrubland primary production and soil respiration diverge along European climate gradient",
abstract = "Above- and belowground carbon (C) stores of terrestrial ecosystems are vulnerable to environmental change. Ecosystem C balances in response to environmental changes have been quantified at individual sites, but the magnitudes and directions of these responses along environmental gradients remain uncertain. Here we show the responses of ecosystem C to 8-12 years of experimental drought and night-time warming across an aridity gradient spanning seven European shrublands using indices of C assimilation (aboveground net primary production: aNPP) and soil C efflux (soil respiration: Rs). The changes of aNPP and Rs in response to drought indicated that wet systems had an overall risk of increased loss of C but drier systems did not. Warming had no consistent effect on aNPP across the climate gradient, but suppressed Rs more at the drier sites. Our findings suggest that above- and belowground C fluxes can decouple, and provide no evidence of acclimation to environmental change at a decadal timescale. aNPP and Rs especially differed in their sensitivity to drought and warming, with belowground processes being more sensitive to environmental change.",
author = "Sabine Reinsch and Eva Koller and Alwyn Sowerby and {de Dato}, Giovanbattista and Marc Estiarte and Gabriele Guidolotti and Edit Kov{\'a}cs-L{\'a}ng and Gy{\"o}rgy Kr{\"o}el-Dulay and Eszter Lellei-Kov{\'a}cs and Larsen, {Klaus Steenberg} and Dario Liberati and Josep Pe{\~n}uelas and Johannes Ransijn and Robinson, {David A.} and Schmidt, {Inger Kappel} and Smith, {Andrew R.} and Albert Tietema and Dukes, {Jeffrey S.} and Claus Beier and Emmett, {Bridget A.}",
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AU - Reinsch, Sabine

AU - Koller, Eva

AU - Sowerby, Alwyn

AU - de Dato, Giovanbattista

AU - Estiarte, Marc

AU - Guidolotti, Gabriele

AU - Kovács-Láng, Edit

AU - Kröel-Dulay, György

AU - Lellei-Kovács, Eszter

AU - Larsen, Klaus Steenberg

AU - Liberati, Dario

AU - Peñuelas, Josep

AU - Ransijn, Johannes

AU - Robinson, David A.

AU - Schmidt, Inger Kappel

AU - Smith, Andrew R.

AU - Tietema, Albert

AU - Dukes, Jeffrey S.

AU - Beier, Claus

AU - Emmett, Bridget A.

PY - 2017

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N2 - Above- and belowground carbon (C) stores of terrestrial ecosystems are vulnerable to environmental change. Ecosystem C balances in response to environmental changes have been quantified at individual sites, but the magnitudes and directions of these responses along environmental gradients remain uncertain. Here we show the responses of ecosystem C to 8-12 years of experimental drought and night-time warming across an aridity gradient spanning seven European shrublands using indices of C assimilation (aboveground net primary production: aNPP) and soil C efflux (soil respiration: Rs). The changes of aNPP and Rs in response to drought indicated that wet systems had an overall risk of increased loss of C but drier systems did not. Warming had no consistent effect on aNPP across the climate gradient, but suppressed Rs more at the drier sites. Our findings suggest that above- and belowground C fluxes can decouple, and provide no evidence of acclimation to environmental change at a decadal timescale. aNPP and Rs especially differed in their sensitivity to drought and warming, with belowground processes being more sensitive to environmental change.

AB - Above- and belowground carbon (C) stores of terrestrial ecosystems are vulnerable to environmental change. Ecosystem C balances in response to environmental changes have been quantified at individual sites, but the magnitudes and directions of these responses along environmental gradients remain uncertain. Here we show the responses of ecosystem C to 8-12 years of experimental drought and night-time warming across an aridity gradient spanning seven European shrublands using indices of C assimilation (aboveground net primary production: aNPP) and soil C efflux (soil respiration: Rs). The changes of aNPP and Rs in response to drought indicated that wet systems had an overall risk of increased loss of C but drier systems did not. Warming had no consistent effect on aNPP across the climate gradient, but suppressed Rs more at the drier sites. Our findings suggest that above- and belowground C fluxes can decouple, and provide no evidence of acclimation to environmental change at a decadal timescale. aNPP and Rs especially differed in their sensitivity to drought and warming, with belowground processes being more sensitive to environmental change.

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