Increases in soil organic carbon sequestration can reduce the global warming potential of long-term liming to permanent grassland

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  1. Increases in soil organic carbon sequestration can reduce the global warming potential of long-term liming to permanent grassland Volume 17, Issue 5, 1925–1934, Article first published online: 14 October 2010

We apologise that there are few values in Table 2 of paper by Fornara et al., 2011, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02328.x, published in Global Change Biology, 17, 1925–1934, need to be changed and below an updated version of the table. The main results of our paper are not affected by these changes and the main message of our paper remains the same.

Table Correct version of Table 2. 
Grassland managementCO2 sinks and sources (g CO2 m−2 y−1)
Net soil CO2 sequestrationfor 21 yearsLimeN2O-NCH4FertilizerFuelNet GWP
Limed plots       
 Nil−26047.621.5−2.20.01.8−192
 PKNaMg−28643.337.7−2.210.42.1−195
 PKNaMg+(NH4)2SO4−55110133.4−1.633.22.1−383
 PKNaMg+NaNO3−23121.970.3−2.297.22.1−42.3
Unlimed plots
 Nil90.60.017.6−1.20.01.8109
 PKNaMg−84.10.031.1−1.410.41.9−42
 PKNaMg+(NH4)2SO4−64.80.024.7−0.133.21.9−5.1
 PKNaMg+NaNO323.30.051.4−1.497.21.9172

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