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Title: Data for "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding"

Abstract

This dataset contains data used for the paper "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding". The Related References field will be updated with a full citation when available.Climate change is intensifying the global water cycle, with increased frequency of drought and flood. Water is an important driver of soil carbon dynamics, and it is crucial to understand how moisture disturbances will affect carbon availability and fluxes in soils. Here we investigate the role of water in substrate-microbe connectivity and soil carbon cycling under extreme moisture conditions. We collected soils from Alaska, Florida, and Washington USA, and incubated them under Drought and Flood conditions. Drought had a stronger effect on soil respiration, pore-water carbon, and microbial community composition than flooding. Soil response was not consistent across sites, and was influenced by site-level pedological and environmental factors. Soil texture and porosity can influence microbial access to substrates through the pore network, driving the chemical response. Further, the microbial communities are adapted to the historic stress conditions at their sites and therefore show site-specific responses to drought and flood.This dataset contains a compressed (.zip) archive of the data and R scripts used for this manuscript.more » The dataset includes files in .csv and .txt format, which can be accessed and processed using MS Excel or R. This archive can also be accessed on GitHub at https://github.com/kaizadp/TES_3Soils_2021 (DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4792655).« less

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  1. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  2. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Global Change Research Institute
  3. Texas A&M University
  4. USDA Agricultural Research Service
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ESD PRE-PUB DOI: 10.15485/1785525
DOE Contract Number:  
AC05-76RL01830
Research Org.:
Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem (ESS-DIVE) (United States); Soil Carbon Biogeochemistry
Sponsoring Org.:
U.S. DOE > Office of Science > Biological and Environmental Research (BER)
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Keywords:
drought; flood; water soluble organic carbon; FT-ICR-MS; respiration; EARTH SCIENCE > LAND SURFACE > SOILS; EARTH SCIENCE > AGRICULTURE > SOILS > SOIL MOISTURE/WATER CONTENT; EARTH SCIENCE > LAND SURFACE > SOILS > SOIL RESPIRATION; EARTH SCIENCE > LAND SURFACE > SOILS > CARBON; FT-ICR-MS; metagenome; metatranscriptome
Geolocation:
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OSTI Identifier:
1785525
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.15485/1785525
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Citation Formats

Patel, Kaizad, Fansler, Sarah, Campbell, Tayte, Bond-Lamberty, Ben, Smith, A. Peyton, RoyChowdhury, Taniya, McCue, Lee Ann, Varga, Tamas, and Bailey, Vanessa. Data for "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding". United States: N. p., 2021. Web. doi:10.15485/1785525.
Patel, Kaizad, Fansler, Sarah, Campbell, Tayte, Bond-Lamberty, Ben, Smith, A. Peyton, RoyChowdhury, Taniya, McCue, Lee Ann, Varga, Tamas, & Bailey, Vanessa. Data for "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15485/1785525
Patel, Kaizad, Fansler, Sarah, Campbell, Tayte, Bond-Lamberty, Ben, Smith, A. Peyton, RoyChowdhury, Taniya, McCue, Lee Ann, Varga, Tamas, and Bailey, Vanessa. 2021. "Data for "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding"". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15485/1785525. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1785525. Pub date:Fri Jan 01 00:00:00 EST 2021
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title = {Data for "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding"},
author = {Patel, Kaizad and Fansler, Sarah and Campbell, Tayte and Bond-Lamberty, Ben and Smith, A. Peyton and RoyChowdhury, Taniya and McCue, Lee Ann and Varga, Tamas and Bailey, Vanessa},
abstractNote = {This dataset contains data used for the paper "Soil texture and environmental conditions influence the biogeochemical responses of soils to drought and flooding". The Related References field will be updated with a full citation when available.Climate change is intensifying the global water cycle, with increased frequency of drought and flood. Water is an important driver of soil carbon dynamics, and it is crucial to understand how moisture disturbances will affect carbon availability and fluxes in soils. Here we investigate the role of water in substrate-microbe connectivity and soil carbon cycling under extreme moisture conditions. We collected soils from Alaska, Florida, and Washington USA, and incubated them under Drought and Flood conditions. Drought had a stronger effect on soil respiration, pore-water carbon, and microbial community composition than flooding. Soil response was not consistent across sites, and was influenced by site-level pedological and environmental factors. Soil texture and porosity can influence microbial access to substrates through the pore network, driving the chemical response. Further, the microbial communities are adapted to the historic stress conditions at their sites and therefore show site-specific responses to drought and flood.This dataset contains a compressed (.zip) archive of the data and R scripts used for this manuscript. The dataset includes files in .csv and .txt format, which can be accessed and processed using MS Excel or R. This archive can also be accessed on GitHub at https://github.com/kaizadp/TES_3Soils_2021 (DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4792655).},
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year = {2021},
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