Global warming and soil respiration

Based on 27 experimental warming studies spanning nine biomes, researchers found that experimental warming had limited effects on the response of soil respiration to temperature, and that, if soil temperatures are higher than 25 °C, sensitivity of soil respiration to temperature declines, suggesting that colder regions, which often experience soil temperatures less than 25 °C, will be more responsive to climate change than warmer, lower-latitude regions. - Read at PNAS.org

Article #16-05365: “Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming,” by Joanna C. Carey et al.