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Crop residue and tillage effects on carbon sequestration in a Luvisol in central Ohio






Soil and Tillage Research 52(1/2): 73-81

Crop residue and tillage effects on carbon sequestration in a Luvisol in central Ohio

To calculate the carbon budget of a region, the effect of soil management practices on carbon sequestration in soils needs to be quantified.

Accession: 003395444

DOI: 10.1016/s0167-1987(99)00059-8

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