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Archives of Environmental Protection, ISSN 0324-8461, 2012, Volume 38, Issue 4, pp. 87 - 97
Labile fractions of organic matter can rapidly respond to changes in soil and they have been suggested as sensitive indicators of soil organic matter. Two... 
Potentially oxidizable carbon | Organic amendments | Hot water-extractable carbon | Carbon management index | potentially oxidizable carbon | MATTER | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | FERTILIZATION | HEAVY-METALS | hot water-extractable carbon | organic amendments
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