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Published by CRC Press in Boca Ration, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soils -- Carbon content -- Congresses.,
  • Carbon sequestration -- Congresses.,
  • Soil management -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Rattan Lal ... [et al.].
    SeriesAdvances in soil science, Advances in soil science (Boca Raton, Fla.)
    ContributionsLal, R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS592.6.C35 M35 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination457 p. :
    Number of Pages457
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL672362M
    ISBN 100849374421
    LC Control Number97018398

    A guide to potential soil carbon sequestration; land-use management for mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. Terrestrial carbon sequestration has a potential role in reducing the recent increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) that is, in part, contributing to global warming.   In the view of above, in this chapter, quantifying the C sequestration potential with higher degree of confidence is required in agriculture management. The present book chapter is critically analyses the C sequestration potential of different soil and crop management practices under diverse ecological conditions for sustainable crop : Ram Swaroop Meena, Sandeep Kumar, Gulab Singh Yadav.

    There is still much to learn about carbon sequestration. Current research is addressing issues that include the following: • Impacts of land use and land management on soil carbon sequestration and ways to increase the storage time of carbon in the soil. • The underlying mechanisms controlling soil structure and the storage of carbon. These File Size: KB. Carbon Sequestration to Mitigate Climate Change Human activities, especially the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gas, have caused a substantial increase implemented to meet a variety of land-management objectives. Although the net terrestrial uptake that at least 10 gigatons of soil carbon in Alaska is stored in organic Cited by:

    We review literature that reports changes in soil organic carbon after changes in land‐use that favour carbon accumulation. This data summary provides a guide to approximate rates of SOC sequestration that are possible with management, and indicates the relative importance of some factors that influence the rates of organic carbon Cited by: Carbon sequestration and rangelands: A synthesis of land management and precipitation effects J.D. Derner and G.E. Schuman Abstract: Management of rangelands can aid in the mitigation of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations via carbon storage in biomass and soil organic matter, a process termed carbon sequestration.


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Management of Carbon Sequestration in Soil highlights the importance of world soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon and discusses the impact of tillage, conservation reserve programs (CRP), management of grasslands and woodlands, and other soil and crop management and land use practices that lead to carbon : Rattan Lal.

Management of Carbon Sequestration in Soil highlights the importance of world soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon and discusses the impact of tillage, conservation reserve programs (CRP), management of grasslands and woodlands, and other soil and crop management and land use practices that lead to carbon sequestration.5/5(1).

Management of Carbon Sequestration in Soil highlights the importance of world soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon and discusses the impact of tillage, conservation reserve programs (CRP), management of grasslands and woodlands, and other soil and crop management and land use practices that lead to carbon sequestration.

Management of Carbon Sequestration in Soil highlights the importance of world soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon and discusses the impact of tillage, conservation reserve programs (CRP), management of grasslands and woodlands, and other soil and crop management and land use practices that lead to carbon Edition: 1st Edition.

Topics discussed in this book provide information on the soil organic C pool in various ecosystems, consider the impact of land use on the C pool, and highlight the relationship between soil organic matter and soil structure and the mechanisms affecting C sequestration.

The 31 papers are divided in 5 chapters entitled: soil management for regulating C pools (12 papers); crop management for. Soil carbon (C) sequestration implies the removal of atmospheric CO 2, by plants and storage of the fixed C through incorporation into soil organic matter [ 1 ].

Carbon exists in a variety of forms, mainly as plant biomass, soil organic matter, and gas carbon dioxide (CO Author: Sikander Khan Tanveer, Xingli Lu, Shamim-Ul-Sibtain Shah, Imtiaz Hussain, Muhammad Sohail. MANAGEMENT OF CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN SOIL Edited by Rattan Lal John M- Kimble Ronald F, Follett Bobby A, Stewart CRC Press Boca Raton New York.

Despite the time-limited and reversible nature of soil carbon sequestration in grazing lands, sequestration should be promoted in cases where it delivers environmental and agronomic benefits as. Improved agricultural practices have great potential to increase the amount of carbon (C) sequestered in cropland soils.

By the adoption of recommended management practices (RMPs), agriculture contributes not only to soil conservation and water quality goals, but also for enhancing the amount of soil organic carbon (SOC) in the soil and to mitigating carbon dioxide (CO 2) emission effects on Cited by: However, in deserts soils, the oases are the exception, as their soils are anthropogenic and are relatively rich in carbon with a stock of kg C m − 2 on 0–30 cm.

Despite the high temperature and high salinity, it is comparable to a good soil like vertisols ( kg C m − 2) to the North of Tunisia.

Major carbon pools and fluxes of the global carbon balance - Carbon sequestration in dryland soils, WSRR Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide can be lowered either by reducing emissions or by taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and storing in terrestrial, oceanic, or freshwater aquatic ecosystems.

M aintaining and increasing soil organic matter (SOM) adds to soil fertility, water retention, and crop production.

Recently, many soil scientists have suggested that the sequestration of atmospheric carbon dioxide in SOM could also contribute significantly to attempts to adhere to the Kyoto Protocol.

Conversion of large areas of cropland to conservation tillage, including no-till practices Cited by: Carbon sequestration in agricultural soils (English) Abstract. The purpose of this report is to improve the knowledge base for facilitating investments in land management technologies that sequester soil organic carbon.

While there are many studies on soil carbon sequestration, there is. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

soil carbon sequestration, as well as contributing to the scientifi c knowledge base This volume is a second edition of the book Soil Carbon Sequestration and the We acknowledge the important role of the Carbon Management and Sequestration Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Carbon sequestration, the long-term storage of carbon in plants, soils, geologic formations, and the ocean. In response to concerns about climate change resulting from increased carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere, interest has been drawn to geoengineering techniques such as carbon capture and storage.

Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Ecosystems addresses basic processes of soil C dynamics and explains the underlying controls of technical and economic potential of soil C sequestration. It contains discussions on soil inorganic and organic C, and the factors affecting their stock and fluxes.

Sequestration of Carbon in Soil Organic Matter (SOCSOM) 34 Near East Foundation (NEF) Plans Carbon Sequestration Pilot Projects in West African "Savannah Optimum" 36 Village-based Management of Woody Savannah and the Establishment of Woodlots for Carbon Sequestration 38File Size: KB.

This volume caps a "series" of books from leading researchers on carbon sequestration in soils by integrating the science with the economic and policy issues surrounding it. It provides agricultural scientists, farmers, and policy makers with innovative and environmentally friendly practices for improved land management and crop production.

This volume is a second edition of the book Soil Carbon Sequestration and the Greenhouse Effect. The first edition was published in as SSSA Special Publication The present edition is an update of the concepts, processes, properties, practices and the supporting data.

The term soil carbon sequestration implies that the total C pool in the soil profile can be increased through managerial interventions aimed at transferring atmospheric CO2 to the soil C pool by moderating organic and/or inorganic transformations, either through humification of photosynthetic biomass or formation of secondary carbonates.Benefits of Soil Carbon Sequestration.

Changes in soil properties and environmental quality. As management changes, benefits might appear in several ways. The first is improved soil structure, with surface structure becoming more stable and less prone to crusting and erosion. Water infiltration could improve, meaning less surface runoff.Land use and soil management can degrade soil quality, and either reduce quantity and quality of ecosystem services or lead to disservices and create large ecological footprint.

Thus, trade-offs between carbon sequestration and ecosystem services must be considered when incentivizing land managers through payments for ecosystem : Hardcover.