Carbon sequestration


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carbon sequestration

[‚kär·bən ‚sē·kwes′trā·shən]
(geochemistry)
The uptake and storage of atmospheric carbon in, for example, soil and vegetation.

Carbon sequestration

The uptake and storage of carbon. Trees and plants, for example, absorb carbon dioxide, release the oxygen, and store the carbon.
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The introduction of forest carbon sequestration projects in poverty-stricken areas can increase rural households' livelihood choices (Zeng et al.
--Maximise the carbon sequestration ability of the forest sector.
"Soil carbon sequestration is a hard thing to foster," says Swanston.
Citing project details of commercial forestry, he apprised that about 1,5000 jobs for youth, planting of about 40 million trees, and carbon sequestration to the tune of 35 million tons would be major benefits.
The study takes farms from around the nation into account and looks at the most-accurate measure of carbon sequestration.
Key words: Plant biomass, carbon sequestration, environmental services, plant variables, agro-forestry.
The regional meeting was held in the run-up to the Seventh Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum Ministers' Meeting scheduled to be held in the UAE from December 3 to 7.
Mathematicians at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have set a critical threshold for global ocean carbon sequestration. Exceeding this threshold will lead to the sixth mass extinction of species on Earth, LIFE said, quoted by BTA.
In addition to soil borne GHGs and carbon sequestration, keeping in mind the increasing energy and chemical inputs in farming, the boundaries of agriculture must be expanded to include all relevant emissions of GHGs.
The significance of the 6th Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum Ministerial Meeting that concluded four-day activities in the Saudi capital on Wednesday is that it comes ahead of the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference due in in December, the minister noted.
The 6th ministerial Conference of the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), takes place from November 1 to 4 in Riyadh.
By presenting a sample to an NMR under high pressure, PMAS opens the way for an entirely new range of studies including determining materials for carbon sequestration, developing solid-state catalysts and biofuels and optimizing food industry processes.