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Title:Can Conventional Farming Sequester Carbon?
Author(s):Mulvaney, Richard
Contributor(s):Wander, Michelle; Marlin, John E.; Bartanen, Crystal; Bentsen, Molly; Larson, Anthony
Subject(s):Conventional
Agriculture
Climate Change
Carbon Sequestration
Environmental Change
Carbon Sink
organic
cropping practices
Abstract:Nitrogen fertilizer use in conventional cropping reduces carbon sequestration in soil.
Issue Date:2010-06-15
Publisher:Environmental Change Institute UIUC
Citation Info:Change and the Heartland 1:10
Series/Report:Change and the Heartland 1:10
Type:Text
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/16453
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Sponsor:Environmental Change Institute UIUC
Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture Program UIUC
Rights Information:Copyright © 2010, University of Illinois Board of Trustees.
Date Available in IDEALS:2010-06-15


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  • Change and the Heartland
    A series of multidisciplinary articles that describe in lay terms how Climate Change will affect the Midwest.

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