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Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_856772663

Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review

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Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review

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Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review

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Dordrecht: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands

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Plant and soil, 2010, Vol.337 (1-2), p.1-18

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_856772663

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English

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Dordrecht: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands

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Natural organic biomass burning creates black carbon which forms a considerable proportion of the soil's organic carbon. Due to black carbon's aromatic structure it is recalcitrant and has the potential for long-term carbon sequestration in soil. Soils within the Amazon-basin contain numerous sites where the ‘dark earth of the Indians' (Terra preta...

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Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_856772663

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0032-079X

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1573-5036

DOI

10.1007/s11104-010-0464-5

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