Soil Management and Greenhouse Effect

 
 
CRC Press
  • erschienen am 6. Februar 2018
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-41585-9 (ISBN)
 
Soil Management and Greenhouse Effect focuses on proper management of soils and its effects on global change, specifically, the greenhouse effect. It contains up-to-date information on a broad range of important soil management topics, emphasizing the critical role of soil for carbon storage. Sequestration and emission of carbon and other gases are examined in various ecosystems, in both natural and managed environments, to provide a comprehensive overview. This useful reference includes chapters that address policy issues, as well as research and development priorities. The material in this volume is valuable not only to soil scientists but to the entire environmental science community.
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Preface
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1: World Soils as a Source or Sink for Radiatively-Active Gases
  • A: Land Use and Carbon Sequestration
  • Chapter 2: Land Use and Soil Carbon in Different Agroecological Zones
  • Chapter 3: Carbon Pools, Fluxes, and Sequestration Potential in Soils of the Former Soviet Union
  • Chapter 4: Land Use and Soil Management Effects of Emissions of Radiatively Active Gases from Two Soils in Ohio
  • B: Agricultural and Grassland Ecosystems
  • Chapter 5: Carbon Sequestration in Corn-Soybean Agroecosystems
  • Chapter 6: Management Impacts on Carbon Storage and Gas Fluxes (CO2, CH4) in Mid-Latitude Cropland Ecosystems
  • Chapter 7: Estimated Soil Organic Carbon Losses from Long-Term Crop-Fallow in the Northern Great Plains of the USA
  • Chapter 8: Fertilizer N, Crop Residue, and Tillage Alter Soil C and N Content in a Decade
  • Chapter 9: Modeling Impact of Agricultural Practices on Soil C and N2O Emissions
  • Chapter 10: Analysis of the Short-Term Effects of Management on Soil Organic Matter Using the CENTURY Model
  • Chapter 11: Modeling the Impacts of Agricultural Management Practices on Soil Carbon in the Central U.S.
  • C: Forest Ecosystems
  • Chapter 12: Effects of Forest Management and Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Soil Carbon Storage
  • Chapter 13: Carbon Pools and Trace Gas Fluxes in Urban Forest
  • Chapter 14: Dynamics of Forest Floor and Soil Organic Matter Accumulation in Boreal, Temperate, and Tropical Forests
  • D: Cold Ecosystems
  • Chapter 15: CH4 and H2O Flux in Subarctic Agricultural Soils
  • Chapter 16: Dynamics of Soil C and N in a Typic Cryoboroll and a Typic Cryoboralf Located in the Cryoboreal Regions of Alberta
  • Chapter 17: Effect of Soil Depth and Temperature on CH4 Consumption in Subarctic Agricultural Soils
  • E: Wetlands and Rice Paddies
  • Chapter 18: Wetlands and Global Change
  • Chapter 19: Emissions, Production, and Oxidation of Methane in a Japanese Rice Paddy Field
  • Chapter 20: Methane Emission with and without Algael
  • F: Arid Lands
  • Chapter 21: Soil Management in Semiarid Regions
  • Chapter 22: Simulation of Soil Organic Matter Dynamics in Dryland Wheat-Fallow Cropping Systems
  • G: Tropical Ecosystems
  • Chapter 23: Management of Isoelectric Soils of the Humid Tropics
  • Chapter 24: The Significance of Greenhouse Gas from Soils of Tropical Agroecosystems
  • Chapter 25: Agricultural Activities and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Soils of the Tropics
  • H: Policy Issues
  • Chapter 26: Economic and Resource Impacts of Policies to Increase Organic Carbon in Agricultural Soils
  • Chapter 27: Carbon Sequestration through Tree Planting on Agricultural Lands
  • Chapter 28: The Role of Forest Management in Affecting Soil Carbon: Policy Considerations
  • I: Managing Soils for Mitigating Greenhouse Effect
  • Chapter 29: The Role of Soil Management in Sequestering Soil Carbon
  • Chapter 30: Management of Forest Soils
  • J: Research and Development Priorities
  • Chapter 31: Towards Soil Management for Mitigating the Greenhouse Effect
  • Index

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