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Soil management concepts and carbon sequestration in cropland soils
Abstract One of the most important terrestrial pools for carbon (C) storage and exchange with atmospheric CO 2 is soil organic carbon (SOC). Following the advent of large-scale cultivation, thisExpand
Cropland to Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect
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The Win-Win Strategy Agricultural Profits from Environmental Improvements SOC's Monetary Value SOC's Environmental Value Global Potential is illustrated. Expand
Mid-Infrared and Near-Infrared Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy for Soil Carbon Measurement
Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy offers a nondestructive means for measurement of C in soils based on the The ability to inventory soil C on landscapes is limited by the reflectance spectra ofExpand
Assessing soil carbon sequestration in turfgrass systems using long-term soil testing data
  • Yaling Qian, R. Follett
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 July 2002
As part of the urbanization process, an increasing percentage of land throughout the USA is being converted into turfgrass. Because of high productivity and lack of soil disturbance, turfgrass may beExpand
Managing U.S. cropland to sequester carbon in soil
The effects of human activities on atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) are under intensive study in the United States and worldwide. Since conversionExpand
SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE AND ADVANCE FOOD SECURITY
World soils have been a source of atmospheric carbon dioxide since the dawn of settled agriculture, which began about 10 millennia ago. Most agricultural soils have lost 30% to 75% of theirExpand
Soil carbon and nitrogen of Northern Great Plains grasslands as influenced by long-term grazing.
Three mixed prairie sites at Mandan, N.D. were grazed heavily (0.9 ha steer-1), moderately (2.6 ha steer-1), or left ungrazed (exclosure) since 1916. These sites provided treatments to study theExpand
Radiocarbon Dating for Determination of Soil Organic Matter Pool Sizes and Dynamics
The size and turnover rate of the resistant soil organic matter (SOM) fractions were measured by 14 C dating and 13 C/ 12 C measurements. This involved soils archived in 1948, and recent samples,Expand
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