Biological sequestration - Reference list

    Biological sequestration – Reference list

    1) B.Daniel, E. Diringer, J. Pershing, and X. Wang, 2004. Strawman Elements: Possible Approaches to Advancing International Climate Change Efforts. Washington, DC: Pew Center for Global Climate Change

    2) United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), Soil and Climate,

    3) Ecological Society of America, Carbon Sequestration in Soils,

    4) M. Al-Kaisi, 2008, Iowa State University, Impact of Tillage and Crop Rotation Systems on Soil Carbon Sequestration,

    5) US Dept of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Grazing and Carbon Sequestration Fact Sheet, Grazing and Grassland Management Can Improve Air Quality Through Carbon Sequestration,

    6) Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forestry Service, 2007, Does harvesting in Canada’s forests contribute to climate change?

    7) Sampling Peat lands on the East Side of Lake Winnipeg, Poplar River First Nation Traditional Lands July 2007.

    8) Vitt, D.H., L.A. Halsey, I.E. Bauer, and C. Campbell. 2000. Spatial and temporal trends in carbon storage of peatlands of continental western Canada through the Holocene. Can. J. Earth Sci. 37: 683-693

    9) T. Isel, A. Dunn, S. Wofsy, P. Moorcroft, 2008, High sensitivity of peat decomposition to climate change through water-table feedback, Nature Geoscience,

    10) Gristmill (after Isel et al, 2008)

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