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- Thomazini, A.; Spokas, K.; Hall, K.; Ippolito, J.; Lentz, R.; Novak, J.
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2015 v.207 pp. 183
- greenhouse gases, etc ; biochar; biomass; carbon; carbon dioxide; carbon sequestration; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse soils; hardwood; methane; methane production; microbial communities; mineralization; nitrous oxide; oxidation; pyrolysis; soil chemistry; soil texture; United States; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... One potential strategy to abate increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels is to sequester CO2 as biochar, a structural form of carbon created through the pyrolysis of various biomass materials. Biochar may be applied to soils, but has resulted in variable impacts on net soil greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, with results spanning from suppression to stimulation. This laboratory incubation s ...
- Tian, Hanqin; Chen, Guangsheng; Lu, Chaoqun; Xu, Xiaofeng; Hayes, Daniel J.; Ren, Wei; Pan, Shufen; Huntzinger, Deborah N.; Wofsy, Steven C.
- Climatic change 2015 v.129 no.3-4 pp. 413-426
- greenhouse gases, etc ; accounting; carbon dioxide; drought; elevated atmospheric gases; emissions; environmental factors; gases; global cooling; global warming; issues and policy; methane; methane production; models; nitrous oxide; ozone; terrestrial ecosystems; troposphere; uncertainty; Canada; Mexico; United States; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... The terrestrial ecosystems of North America have been identified as a sink of atmospheric CO₂though there is no consensus on the magnitude. However, the emissions of non-CO₂greenhouse gases (CH₄and N₂O) may offset or even overturn the climate cooling effect induced by the CO₂sink. Using a coupled biogeochemical model, in this study, we have estimated the combined global warming potentials (GWP) of ...
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