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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The global recession has reduced northern hemisphere emissions to a greater level than what is legally required so there has been very little need for trades to occur... In the near future we may have a fish industry based in rural Australia operating in a similar way to the poultry industry, based on the premise that algae has unlocked the method of using cereal grains as a feedstock... A farmer may have 20 years of increase in soil carbon followed by 20 years of gradual decline despite using accepted best practises to retain soil carbon...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The aims of the report were to observe, question and review the issues involved with carbon policy across a mix of developed and emerging countries that were involved in international negotiations... The energy sources that we need to develop include: Bio-fuels Biomass Hydro Solar Wind Marine (wave and tidal energy) Nuclear Geothermal Hydrogen & Fuel cells... Soil carbon accounting and measuring models need to be simplified to allow farming business management to engage and comply both domestically and internationally...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Soil organic matter contributes to a range of biological, chemical and physical properties of soil and is essential for soil health... Soils rarely reach their theoretical potential for organic matter storage (see Figure 1.7)... In soils with low clay content the amount of humus and resistant soil organic matter is increasingly important to nutrient exchange because its large surface area gathers (adsorbs) cations from the soil solution, holding nutrients that would otherwise leach...
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