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Feasibility of Analyzing Soil Organic Carbon Fractions using Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy
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Feasibility of Analyzing Soil Organic Carbon Fractions using Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy
Hong, Seung-Gil; Shin, JoungDu; Park, Kwang-Lai; Lee, Sang-Beom; Kim, Jinho; Kim, Seok-Cheol; Shiedung, Henning; Amelung, Wulf;
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 Abstract
For concerning the climate change issues, the carbon sequestration and importance of soil organic matter are receiving high attention. To evaluate carbon sequestration in soil is important to determine the soil organic carbon (SOC) fractions such as WESOC (Water extractable soil organic carbon), and emission by soil microbial respiration. However, the analyses for those contents are time-consuming procedure. There were studied the feasibility of MIRS (Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy), which has short analysis time for determining the WESOC and an incubated carbon in this study. Oven-dried soils at and were scanned with MIRS and compared with the chemically analyzed WESOC and cumulative carbon dioxide generated during 30, 60, 90, and 120 days of incubation periods, respectively. It was observed that an optimized determination coefficient was 0.6937 between WESOC and untreated soil processed by spectrum vector normalization (SNV) and 0.8933 between cumulative from 30 days incubation and soil dried at after subtracting air-dried soil processed by 1st derivatives. Therefore, it was shown that Quantification of soil organic carbon fractions was possibility to be analyzed by using MIRS.
 Keywords
soil;soil organic carbon;water extractable soil organic carbon;soil respiration;mid-infrared spectroscopy;
 Language
Korean
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