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How does farming affect the organic carbon content of arable soils?

Agricultural land has great potential to store carbon. With the right choice of cultivation methods and cropping systems, it can be transformed from a source of greenhouse gases into a sink for carbon dioxide. In 2013, EviEM began to review how different farming methods affect the amounts of organic carbon in arable soils. Click here to see full article.

This review project is led by Professor Katarina Hedlund at Lund University. The systematic review protocol was published in Environmental Evidence and is available here