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Biochar Systems for Sustainable Land Management

 Johannes Lehmann
  17th-Sep-2010
Description: Biochar Systems for Sustainable Land Management and how Biochar Helps Produce very Fertile Soils in an Unfertile Soil scape using its early research on Biochar, Biochar Transformation and Biochar Abundance in World Soils and Biochar Benefits to Soil Fertility with Biochar Soil Improvement for Nutrient Retentio. Along with Soil Water Availability and Temporal Variation in Yield Response to get Soil Fertility Benefits Dependent on Soil Properties and Biochar Stability
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Category: Environmental
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Biochar Systems for Sustainable Land Management

Johannes Lehmann
Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Cornell University

Biochar Helps Produce very Fertile Soils in an Unfertile Soilscape
`normal' soil

� J. Major, 2003

Terra Pre

`normal' soil
Major et al., 2005, Agric. Ecosys. Environ. 111, 1-12

"Terra Preta"

(Central Amazon, Brazil

The early Discovery

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Biochar and Mitigation of Climate Change

Biochar System, Biochar and Climate Change Mitigation, Natural Occurrence, Biochar Abundance in World Soils, Biochar Stability and Storage Time, Biochar Stability Measurements, Bio

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