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Cover Crop Effects on Soil Carbon Dioxide Emissions in a Semiarid Cropping System

Cover cropping is increasingly considered in semiarid regions to increase soil organic matter sequestration and improve soil health because of their biomass carbon contribution, soil temperature moderation, moisture conservation, soil aggregation, and aggregate stability. This study was implemented to examine the effect of cover crops on soil carbon dioxide emission in limited irrigation cropping systems in semiarid environments.

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