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2018 - Stop biodiversity loss or we could face our own extinction, warns UN. Jonathan Watts, 6 Nov 2018. "Cristiana Pașca Palmer said people in all countries need to put pressure on their governments to draw up ambitious global targets by 2020 to protect the insects, birds, plants and mammals that are vital for global food production, clean water and carbon sequestration." Photo: Deforestation in Indonesian to make way for a palm oil concession (Ulet Ifansasti/Greenpeace).
Volume 205, Issue 4, March 2015. Special Issue: Ecology and evolution of mycorrhizas. Carbon sequestration and mycorrhizal fungal community shifts; arrival structures and AMF colonization of plants. Tansley review: Mycorrhizal ecology and evolution. Tansley insights: Interactions across the Populus microbiome; phytohormones and mycorrhizal symbioses; partner selection in mycorrhizal symbiosis; EMF as organic matter decomposers; hyphal networks and interplant signalling
What Trees Absorb the Most Carbon Dioxide?. Respiration is the process by which a tree takes in carbon dioxide and releases oxygen. The amount of carbon dioxide a tree can hold is called carbon sequestration. They sequester this carbon dioxide by storing it in their trunks, branches, leaves and roots; the best trees for carbon dioxide absorption...
With careful management, selectively logged tropical Amazonian forests can recover their carbon stocks within a cutting cycle of 20 to 30 years, according to researchers. The findings show that sustainably logged tropical forests continue to play a key role in global carbon sequestration, with important implications for global climate.
We Can Reverse Climate Change by the Way We Grow Food - The global food system is responsible for 30-50% of greenhouse gas emission. Regenerative organic agriculture can increase carbon sequestration 100%. in addition, with better soil management, flooding is reduced as healthy soils have a greater capacity to hold stormwater.
Giant icebergs are responsible for storing up to 20 percent of carbon in the Southern Ocean, a new study has found. The Southern Ocean plays a significant part in the global carbon cycle, and is responsible for approximately 10 per cent of the ocean's total carbon sequestration through a mixture of biologically driven and chemical processes, including phytoplankton growth.