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Soil Carbon Sequestration

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Carbon Sequestration (Soils)
Soils (Carbon Sequestration)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- Carbon Sequestration in Forest Soils: The Role of Added Nitrogen

* -- Herbivores Enhance the Carbon Flux to CO2-Enriched Forest Soils

* -- Carbon Sequestration in Desert Ecosystems

* -- Biological Soil Crusts Sequestering Carbon in Dryland Soils

* -- The Long-Term Fate of Organic Carbon in Semiarid Grassland Soil

The Soil Carbon Stock of Northern China's Grasslands

Woody Plants Acting as Carbon and Nitrogen Magnets

The Impact of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Soil Carbon Beneath a Wheat Crop

Soil Organic Carbon Response to Late 20th-Century Warming in the United Kingdom

On the Potential for Carbon Sequestration in Wheat Fields

Grassland Soil Organic Matter in a CO2-Enriched Atmosphere

Cryoturbation Effects on Soil Organic Matter in a Warming Arctic

Impact of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 on Soil Carbon Beneath a Sorghum Crop

The Battle for Long-Term Storage of Carbon in Soils

Carbon Sequestration in the Soil of a Short-Rotation Poplar Plantation Exposed to Elevated Atmospheric CO2

Prospects for Carbon Sequestration in Chaparral Ecosystems

Nitrogen Cycling in Mojave Desert Soils

Carbon Sequestration in Soil Supporting Chaparral Vegetation

Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations Increase Soil Carbon Contents

Managing Agricultural Fields to Maximize Their Ability to Sequester Carbon in a CO2-Enriched World of the Future

Six Years of Soil Carbon Dynamics in the Duke Forest FACE Study

Carbon Contents of Nordic Forest Soils

Soil Carbon Contents of England and Wales

The Importance of Caveats in Scientific Studies

Woody Plants Invading Grasslands: Effects on Soil Carbon Storage

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment Effects on Soil Physical Properties in No-Till Agriculture

Elevated CO2 Enhances the Potential for Carbon Storage in the Soils of Periodically-Burned Oak-Palmetto Ecosystems

Earthworm Impacts on Carbon Sequestration in Soils

Soil Erosion: The Land's Carbon Conveyer Belt

CO2-Enhanced Carbon Sequestration in Africa and Asia Helps the Rest of the World As Well ... and in More Ways Than One

Global Warming: How It May Impact Soil Carbon Storage by Reducing the Frequency and Severity of Freezing

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Carbon Sequestration in Heather

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment: Its Impact on the Abundance of Soil Organic Matter

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Root Dynamics in Loblolly Pine

The Far-Reaching Effects of Elevated CO2 on a Forest Soil

Effects of Elevated CO2 and O3 on Belowground Carbon Cycling in Aspen and Birch Stands

CO2-Enhanced Carbon Sequestration in the Soil of a Grassland Ecosystem

Increasing CO2 Increases C and N Contents in a Grassland Gley Soil in New Zealand

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Leaf Litter Quality and Decomposition in Mediterranean Forest Species

Soil Carbon Storage

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plant-Fungal-Soil Relationships in Birch

CO2 Exchange in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems

Fine Root Responses of Aspen to Elevated CO2 and Soil Nitrogen

Soil Carbon Storage Below Woody Vegetation

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Soil Microbiota

Temperature Effects on Carbon Cycling in a Grassland Ecosystem

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Grass Root Decomposition

Carbon Sequestration by Perennial Ryegrass Exposed to Elevated CO2 and Temperature

CO2 Effects on Decomposition of Soybean and Sorghum Tissues

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Soil Organic Carbon Content in Switzerland

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Soil Organic Carbon Content in Southwestern United States

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Below-Ground Carbon Allocation in Three Grasses

More CO2 = More Soil Organic Matter = More Crop Production

CO2 Emissions from Soil