Soil carbon sequestration
This resource focuses on 'Soil Carbon Sequestration'. Is it possible to sequester carbon in soils? How? What are the upsides to doing so? Could the carbon sequestered in soils enter the Emissions Trading Scheme and be traded? Like soils are the foundation to our very being, this resource is the foundation to the knowledge required to further investigate the practicalities of farming for carbon and incorporating soil carbon in a tradable scheme. The endeavor of this resource is to provide a broad understanding of the science behind the formation and storage of carbon in soils and touches on why we should, or need to do it.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordssoil carbon sequestration; Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS); carbon cycle; soil; carbon farmers
Fields of Research0503 Soil Sciences; 050301 Carbon Sequestration Science; 0701 Agriculture, Land and Farm Management
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