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T.K., A.M., K.-H.E. and H.M.P. designed the work. T.K. and A.M. wrote the paper with help from K.-H.E., H.M.P., I.S.M., C.P., M.C.T., N.E., M.A.J.H., R.W., K.S., M.B., J.C., J.P.H. and A.T.

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Kastner, T., Marques, A., Martins, I.S. et al. Reply to: Soils need to be considered when assessing the impacts of land-use change on carbon sequestration. Nat Ecol Evol 3, 1643–1644 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-1029-5

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