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With this topical issue, we present the work of the Priority Program 1090 of the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG): Soils as a source and sink for CO2 - mechanisms and regulation of organic matter stabilisation in soils. This introduction gives an overview on the sites investigated and the major research approaches, including a glossary of major terms used in the field of soil organic matter research. We point out the advantages of integration of data from a broad field of different soil-science disciplines and the progress achieved by application and combination of new analytical methods describing the quality and turnover of soil organic matter.
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