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    • Agricultural acceleration of soil carbonate weathering. 

      Kim, John H; Jobbágy, Esteban G; Richter, Daniel D; Trumbore, Susan E; Jackson, Robert B (Global change biology, 2020-06-08)
      Soil carbonates (i.e., soil inorganic carbon or SIC) represent more than a quarter of the terrestrial carbon pool and are often considered to be relatively stable, with fluxes significant only on geologic timescales. However, ...
    • Ecological restoration of rich fens in Europe and North America: from trial and error to an evidence-based approach. 

      Lamers, Leon PM; Vile, Melanie A; Grootjans, Ab P; Acreman, Mike C; van Diggelen, Rudy; Evans, Martin G; Richardson, Curtis J; ... (11 authors) (Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 2015-02)
      Fens represent a large array of ecosystem services, including the highest biodiversity found among wetlands, hydrological services, water purification and carbon sequestration. Land-use change and drainage has severely damaged ...
    • Economic Viability of Blue Carbon Offsets in Coastal North Carolina & Louisiana 

      Wang, Yifei; Dong, Xiaoyun; Kraft, Natalie; Moss, Leland (2013-04-26)
      Carbon offsets are becoming a necessary tool in carbon emission reduction. The offsets obtained through sequestration in coastal wetland vegetation and sediment is referred to as blue carbon. Our client, the Duke Carbon ...
    • Temporal Trends in Secondary Forest Carbon Sequestration 

      Derwin, Jill M. (2012-04-27)
      With heightened concerns about climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, understanding the mechanics of carbon sequestration is becoming more important than ever. The world’s tropical forests are being sought for their ...