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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Soil and Climate /|
|Subjects||Soils and climate. ; Soils--Environmental aspects. ; Soil management. ; Climate change mitigation. ; SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Botany. ; NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection.|
|Collation||1 online resource (448 pages) : 140 illustrations, text file, PDF.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Climate is a soil-forming factor and soil can mitigate climate change through a reduction in the emissions of greenhouse gases and sequestration of atmospheric CO2. Thus, there is a growing interest in soil management practices capable of mitigating climate change and enhancing environmental quality. Soil and Climate addresses global issues through soil management and outlines strategies for advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) This volume in the Advances in Soil Science series is specifically devoted to describe state-of-the-knowledge regarding the climateâ€“soil nexus in relation to: Soil Processes: weathering, decomposition of organic matter, erosion, leaching, salinization, biochemical, transformations, gaseous flux, and elemental cycling, Soil Properties: physical, chemical, biological, and ecological, Atmospheric Chemistry: gaseous concentrations of (CO2, CH4, N2O), water vapors, soot, dust, and particulate matter, Mitigation and Adaptation: source and sink of GHGs (CO2, CH4, N2O), land use and soil management, soil C sink capacity, permafrost, Soil Management: sequestration of organic and inorganic C, nutrient requirements, water demands, coupled cycling of H2O, N, P, S, and Policy and Outreach: carbon farming, payments for ecosystem services, COP21, SDGs, land degradation neutrality Special topics on soil as a source or sink of CO2, silicate weathering and carbon sequestration, nutrients required for carbon sequestration, physical protection and the mean resident time, and predicting soil carbon stocks are discussed in detail throughout the book.