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Table 3 The number of studies included in the systematic map per Köppen-Geiger climate zone

From: What are the effects of agricultural management on soil organic carbon in boreo-temperate systems?

Köppen-Geiger climate zoneName of the climate zoneNo. of studies
CfaCfa—Humid subtropical191
CfbCfb—Marin–mild winter213
Cfb or DfbCfb—Marine–Mild winter or Dfb-humid continental mild summer, wet all year2
Cfb and CsaCfb—Marine–mild winter and Csa—Interior mediterranean1
Cfb and DfbCfb—Marine–mild winter and Dfb—Humid continental mild summer, wet all year1
Cfb or CfcCfb—Marine–mild winter or marine–cool winter1
CsaCsa—Interior mediterranean57
CsbCsb—Coastal mediterranean 
DfaDfa—Hot summer, wet all year82
Dfa and CfaDfa—Hot summer, wet all year and Cfa—Humid subtropical1
Dfa and DfbDfa—Hot summer, wet all year and Dfb—Humid continental mild summer, wet all year1
DfbDfb—Humid continental mild summer, wet all year159
DfcDfc—Subarctic with cool summer, wet all year13
Dfc or DscDfc—Subarctic with cool summer, wet All year or Dsc—Summer dry with cool summer1
Undetermined 6
  1. Multiple zones are for large scale studies (‘and’) or where the exact location is not given and may span several zones (‘or’). The names of the climate zones are from Encyclopedia of the Earth (http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/162263/)