Prospects for enhancing carbon sequestration and reclamation of degraded lands with fossil-fuel combustion by-products

@inproceedings{Palumbo2003ProspectsFE,
  title={Prospects for enhancing carbon sequestration and reclamation of degraded lands with fossil-fuel combustion by-products},
  author={Anthony V. Palumbo and John F. McCarthy and James E. Amonette and L. Suzanne Fisher and Stan D. Wullschleger and W. Lee Danielsd},
  year={2003}
}
Concern for the potential global change consequences of increasing atmospheric CO has prompted interest in the 2 development of mechanisms to reduce or stabilize atmospheric CO . During the next several decades, a program 2 focused on terrestrial sequestration processes could make a significant contribution to abating CO increases. The 2 reclamation of degraded lands, such as mine-spoil sites, highway rights-of-way, and poorly managed lands, represents an opportunity to couple C sequestration… CONTINUE READING

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