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Carbon sequestration in agricultural lands of the United StatesAuthor(s): J.A. Morgan; R.F. Follett; L.H. Allen; S. Del Grosso; J.S. Derner; F. Dijkstra; A. Franzluebbers; R. Fry; K. Paustian; M. Schoeneberger
Source: Journal of Soil & Water Conservation 65(1):6A-13A
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionReducing concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHG) in Earth’s atmosphere is identified as one of the most pressing modern-day environmental issues (IPCC 2007).
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CitationMorgan, J.A.; Follett, R.F.; Allen, L.H., Jr.; Del Grosso, S.; Derner, J.S.; Dijkstra, F.; Franzluebbers, A.; Fry, R.; Paustian, K.; Schoeneberger, M. 2010. Carbon sequestration in agricultural lands of the United States. Journal of Soil & Water Conservation 65(1):6A-13A.
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