Role of Agricultural Management Mitigating Carbon and other Greenhouse Emissions
Date: Friday, September 30 @ 15:00:00 MDT
Topic: Impacts of High CO2 on Ecosystems

by Stephen Del Grosso

Analyses of Northern Hemisphere carbon fluxes indicate that a number of ecosystem processes jointly contribute to source and sink exchanges of CO2 which affect the net carbon sequestered from the atmosphere. These processes (e.g., CO2, N2O, CH4, and H2O dynamics) exhibit high variability in time and space with the largest variability corresponding to human land management events. Therefore, the spatial and temporal incorporation of land management information is needed to properly represent net carbon and other GHG fluxes.

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This article comes from The 7th International CO2 Conference Web Site

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