The GEFSOC soil carbon modelling system : A tool for conducting regional-scale soil carbon inventories and assessing the impacts of land use change on soil carbon

@inproceedings{Easter2007TheGS,
  title={The GEFSOC soil carbon modelling system : A tool for conducting regional-scale soil carbon inventories and assessing the impacts of land use change on soil carbon},
  author={Mark R. Easter and Keith Paustian and Kendrick Killian and Stephen Alaric Williams and Tengteng Feng and Rida Al-Adamat and Niels H. Batjes and M. Bernoux and Tapas Bhattacharyya and Carlos Clemente Cerri and Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri and Kevin Coleman and P D Falloon and Christian Feller and Patrick T. Gicheru and P. T. Kamoni and Eleanor Milne and Dilip Kumar Pal and David S Powlson and Zahir Rawajfih and Mohamed F. Sessay and S. M. Wokabi},
  year={2007}
}
The GEFSOC soil carbon modelling system was built to provide interdisciplinary teams of scientists, natural resource managers and policy analysts (who have the appropriate computing skills) with the necessary tools to conduct regional-scale soil carbon (C) inventories. It allows users to assess the effects of land use change on soil organic C (SOC) stocks, soil fertility and the potential for soil C sequestration. The tool was developed in conjunction with case-studies of land use and… CONTINUE READING

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