SEQUESTRATION OF CARBON BY SOIL

@article{Swift2001SEQUESTRATIONOC,
  title={SEQUESTRATION OF CARBON BY SOIL},
  author={R. Swift},
  journal={Soil Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={166},
  pages={858-871}
}
  • R. Swift
  • Published 2001
  • Chemistry
  • Soil Science
  • Soil carbon is a major component of the terrestrial carbon cycle. The soils of the world contain more carbon than the combined total amounts occurring in vegetation and the atmosphere. Consequently, soils are a major reservoir of carbon and an important sink. Because of the relatively long period of time that carbon spends within the soil and is thereby withheld from the atmosphere, it is often referred to as being sequestered. Increasing the capacity of soils to sequester C provides a partial… CONTINUE READING
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