Articles | Volume 20, issue 10
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-20-1979-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-20-1979-2023
Ideas and perspectives
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30 May 2023
Ideas and perspectives |  | 30 May 2023

Ideas and perspectives: Alleviation of functional limitations by soil organisms is key to climate feedbacks from arctic soils

Gesche Blume-Werry, Jonatan Klaminder, Eveline J. Krab, and Sylvain Monteux

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Northern soils store a lot of carbon. Most research has focused on how this carbon storage is regulated by cold temperatures. However, it is soil organisms, from minute bacteria to large earthworms, that decompose the organic material. Novel soil organisms from further south could increase decomposition rates more than climate change does and lead to carbon losses. We therefore advocate for including soil organisms when predicting the fate of soil functions in warming northern ecosystems.
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