Dissolved carbon leaching from soil is a crucial component of the net ecosystem carbon balance

Reimo Kindler, Jan Siemens*, Klaus Kaiser, David C. Walmsley, Christian Bernhofer, Nina Buchmann, Pierre Cellier, Werner Eugster, Gerd Gleixner, Thomas Grunwald, Alexander Heim, Andreas Ibrom, Stephanie K. Jones, Mike Jones, Katja Klumpp, Werner Kutsch, Klaus Steenberg Larsen, Simon Lehuger, Benjamin Loubet, Rebecca MckenzieEddy Moors, Bruce Osborne, Kim Pilegaard, Corinna Rebmann, Matthew Saunders, Michael W.I. Schmidt, Marion Schrumpf, Janine Seyfferth, Ute Skiba, Jean Francois Soussana, Mark A. Sutton, Cindy Tefs, Bernhard Vowinckel, Matthias J. Zeeman, Martin Kaupenjohann

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