Global potential of biospheric carbon management for climate mitigation.

@article{Canadell2014GlobalPO,
  title={Global potential of biospheric carbon management for climate mitigation.},
  author={Joseph G Canadell and E Detlef Schulze},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={
          5282
        }
}
Elevated concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHGs), particularly carbon dioxide (CO2), have affected the global climate. Land-based biological carbon mitigation strategies are considered an important and viable pathway towards climate stabilization. However, to satisfy the growing demands for food, wood products, energy, climate mitigation and biodiversity conservation-all of which compete for increasingly limited quantities of biomass and land-the deployment of mitigation… CONTINUE READING
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