carbon pool

carbon pool

[′kär·bən ‚pül]
(geochemistry)
A reservoir with the capacity to store and release carbon, such as soil, terrestrial vegetation, the ocean, and the atmosphere.
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In another case, an organic vegetable production system, the annual use of cover crops over 6 years led to greater increases in microbial biomass carbon pools, and compost additions increased measured soil organic carbon pool and microbial diversity in comparison to a cover crop grown every fourth year (Brennan and Acosta-Martinez 2017).
On the other hand, considering the decomposition period of forest floor, measurement of carbon in pools corresponds only a comparison between the pools at a certain time because some of the carbon pool of forest floor is transferred to the soil pool over ten years.
Many different methods of storage could be certified and contribute to the reduction of excess carbon in the mobile carbon pool.
Soil organic carbon (SOC) is a useful indicator of soil quality and represents an important global carbon pool.
This bonded fraction is considered sequestered and part of the stable soil carbon pool that can remain relatively unchanged for decades, or even centuries.
The Carbon management index (CMI) relates the carbon pool index (CPI) and the lability index (LI) in order to better explain changes in soil C dynamics as a function of changes in land use and management (Assis et al.
Sequestrated Carbon: Organic Carbon Pool in the Soils under Different Forest Covers and Land Uses in Garhwal Himalayan Region of India International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 1(1): 14-20
Sequestration requires the soil carbon pool to be refreshed at a higher rate than carbon is lost.
We hypothesized that (i) the soil organic carbon pool would be larger in the older restoration site and (ii) C[H.