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Chapter 7

Carbon Sequestration in Soils

Carbon sequestration in soils is the process whereby atmospheric carbon dioxide can be fixed into soil such that it is held there in a relatively permanent form, i.e. the term ‘sequestration’ implies a combination of both capture and storage. This, of course, will require that the carbon dioxide is ...

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Print publication date
22 Dec 2009
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2009
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978-1-84755-917-3
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978-1-84755-971-5