Soil Carbon Management: Economic, Environmental and Societal Benefits
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Highlights the significant economic, environmental, and societal benefits that result from land management practices that maintain or increase soil carbon (C). This book explores the potential for agricultural soils to generate soil C credits that could be traded in the broader greenhouse gas credit market and the benefits of farm programs
Kimble, J. M.; Rice, C. W.; Reed, D.; Mooney, Sian; Follett, R. F.; and Lal, R., "Soil Carbon Management: Economic, Environmental and Societal Benefits" (2007). Faculty Authored Books. Book 115.