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Acknowledgements and sponsors

Methodology

The original idea to use Tea Bags as a standardized matrix for decomposition was published by Joost Keuskamp (Keuskamp et al. 2013). Adapted by Ika Djukic (Vandvik et al., in prep) to match global and long-term applications.

UNILEVER

UNILEVER has supplied 63.000 teabags of Roiboos and Green Tea.

ClimMani

The COST action ClimMani (ES1308) has contributed a strong platform for discussions of the need for common metrics in experimental science and through short term travel grants facilitated discussions and fine tuning of methodology and data handling. (www.climmani.org)

ILTER – Champion Grant

The implementation of the TeaComposition initiative is supported through an annual champion grant. ILTER provided an excellent infrastructure to implement the TeaComposition initiative and a common metric for studying decomposition and C dynamics and storage will provide a strong tool for inter-site comparison within the network as well as with other global networks.

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