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gcb2722-sup-0001-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF75KTable S1. Soil properties in primary forest, grassland in 1992 and grassland in 2004.
gcb2722-sup-0002-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF84KTable S2. Soil C density derived from forest and from grassland in primary forest, grassland in 1992 and grassland in 2004.
gcb2722-sup-0003-TableS3.pdfapplication/PDF84KTable S3. Cumulative soil C stock derived from forest and from grassland in primary forest, grassland in 1992 and grassland in 2004.
gcb2722-sup-0004-TableS4.pdfapplication/PDF75KTable S4. Soil C density derived from forest and from grassland, taking C input from charred materials into consideration.
gcb2722-sup-0005-TableS5.pdfapplication/PDF75KTable S5. Cumulative soil C stock derived from forest and from grassland, taking C input from charred materials into consideration.
gcb2722-sup-0006-TableS6.pdfapplication/PDF68KTable S6. The parameters obtained from the exponential model, taking C input from charred materials into consideration.
gcb2722-sup-0007-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF552KFigure S1. Schematic representation of the dynamics of soil C following rainforest destruction and the subsequent establishment of Imperata grassland in the Asian humid tropics.
gcb2722-sup-0008-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF1008KFigure S2. Location of the study sites.
gcb2722-sup-0009-FigureS3.pdfapplication/PDF178KFigure S3. δ13C values of soil organic matter and corresponding clay content under primary forest.
gcb2722-sup-0010-FigureS4.pdfapplication/PDF191KFigure S4. Simulation of total soil C stock, forest-derived C stock and grassland-derived C stock at 0–5, 0–10, 0–20, 0–30, 0–50 and 0–70-cm depths.
gcb2722-sup-0011-FigureS5.pdfapplication/PDF148KFigure S5. Representative soil profile for primary forest (0–100-cm depth).
gcb2722-sup-0012-FigureS6.pdfapplication/PDF565KFigure S6. Representative soil profiles for Imperata grassland (0–100-cm depth).
gcb2722-sup-0013-FigureS7.pdfapplication/PDF200KFigure S7. Earthworm casts in Imperata grasslands and a massive amount of Imperata rhizomes and roots in the surface and subsurface horizon.

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