Carbon Management in Agricultural Soils
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- Zhang, Guo & Wang, Xiaoke & Sun, Binfeng & Zhao, Hong & Lu, Fei & Zhang, Lu, 2016. "Status of mineral nitrogen fertilization and net mitigation potential of the state fertilization recommendation in Chinese cropland," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, pages 1-10.
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Keywordsglobal warming; soil carbon dynamics; soil carbon sequestration; soil quality; soil aggregation; humification; secondary carbonate;
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