Nanoscale organo-mineral reactions of biochars in ferrosol: an investigation using microscopy

@article{Lin2012NanoscaleOR,
  title={Nanoscale organo-mineral reactions of biochars in ferrosol: an investigation using microscopy},
  author={Yun Lin and Paul G Munroe and Stephen Joseph and Stephen Kimber and Lukas van Zwieten},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2012},
  volume={357},
  pages={369-380}
}
  • Yun Lin, Paul G Munroe, +2 authors Lukas van Zwieten
  • Published in Plant and Soil 2012
  • Biology
  • AimsIn this study, a chicken manure biochar (CM biochar) and a paper sludge biochar (PS biochar), prepared under similar treatment conditions, were amended into ferrosol as part of an agronomic field trial. The aim of this study is to investigate interactions between these biochars and the soil after a 3 month trial.MethodsSoil samples following field trials were taken and biochar was separated from the soil, and studied for both surface oxidation and the degree of interaction with surrounding… CONTINUE READING

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