New paper co-authored by ERG researchers published in Frontiers in Environmental Science

Monday, June 27, 2022

A new paper in Frontiers in Environmental Science, co-authored by Ecohydrology Research Group member Fereidoun Rezanezhad assessed the impact of biobased residues and fertilizer on greenhouse gas emissions during spring freeze-thaw events. The results showed that the greenhouse gas fluxes were significantly different among the soil amended with different biobased residues and the freeze-thaw events due to intense microbial activity and anaerobic conditions. This study suggested that soil warming as well as the type and quantity of carbon input influences soil microbial activity, leading to greenhouse gases production.

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