Boreal peatlands contain some of the world’s largest reservoirs of soil carbon, and new research suggests some peatlands may hold on to that carbon even as the climate changes.
Workshop on Human/Societal Dimensions of a New Carbon Economy with Carbon180; Washington, D.C., 13 February 2019
Forest elephants are the “gardeners of the Congo.” How might their dwindling population affect carbon storage in the world’s second-largest tropical forest?
Grasses, small flowers, and mosses colonize glacial till in the Peruvian Andes when researchers apply a phosphorus fertilizer, an ecological surprise with implications for carbon sequestration.
Peatlands store around a third of Earth’s soil carbon, and a new study begins to reveal how the ecosystems’ organic matter changes with depth.
One of the world’s largest carbon sinks is still poorly understood.
Florida scientists use ground-penetrating radar to image underground carbon stores in the Disney Wilderness Preserve.
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics discussed increasing ocean alkalinity as an alternative method of carbon sequestration in response to climate change.
First TOMCAT Workshop; Southampton, UK, 12–14 September 2016
First Workshop of the Carbon Dioxide Removal Model Intercomparison Project; Potsdam, Germany, 20–22 September 2016