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Soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration by agricultural land has considerable potential to mitigate C[O.
Detailed knowledge on soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks and dynamics is lacking and land use and management practices inevitably affect soil carbon fluxes.
Soil organic carbon increases soil fertility by enhancing the tertiary structure, water infiltration and storage capacity, microbial diversity.
The effects of various organic mulches and different thicknesses of the mulch layer on soil organic carbon are evaluated.
The report's authors discovered that if current N fertilizer levels were cut by 60 percent in over-fertilized areas, nitrous oxide emissions would decrease substantially without significantly influencing crop yield and soil organic carbon sequestration.
We measured soil organic carbon storage and methane flux from two southern California salt marshes which had been restored for 2 and 22 years.
Understanding the mechanisms and factors of soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics in forest soils is important in identifying and enhancing natural carbon sinks for carbon sequestration (Lugo and Brown, 1993).
Agricultural activities have profound influence on soil organic carbon (SOC) both in the short and the long term.