Two case studies exploring opportunities and constraints for soil organic carbon sequestration following land use change
The flux of carbon (C) between the terrestrial biosphere and the atmosphere occurs naturally as part of the carbon cycle (CC). However, anthropogenic activity can disrupt the natural equilibrium of the CC. Although fossil fuel burning is the largest cause of human induced C emissions to the atmosphere, land use and land use change (LULUC) also results in emissions. Of particular concern is soil disturbance and erosion caused by LULUC activities including...[Show more]
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