Agriculture, Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration
Page 2 ATTRA Agriculture, Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration change and irrigation and water manage-ment, are ways that farmers can address climate change. Good management prac-tices have multiple beneﬁ ts that may also enhance proﬁ tability, improve farm energy efﬁ ciency and boost air and soil quality. Climate change science
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What is Carbon Sequestration? Carbon is found in all living organisms and is the major building block for life on Earth. Carbon exists in many forms, predominately as plant biomass, soil organic matter, and as the gas carbon dioxide (CO 2) in the atmosphere and dissolved in seawater. Carbon sequestration is the long-term storage of carbon
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