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An economic analysis was conducted involving wheat and grain sorghum production systems that affect carbon dioxide emissions and sequester soil carbon. Parameters examin [...]
2002 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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An economic analysis was conducted involving wheat and grain sorghum production systems that affect carbon dioxide emissions and sequester soil carbon. Parameters examine [...]
2002-06 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This study examined the economic potential with and without carbon credit payments of two crop and tillage systems in South Central Kansas that could reduce carbon dioxid [...]
2001-07 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The economic potential of no-tillage versus conventional tillage to sequester soil carbon using either commercial nitrogen or manure for continuous corn production is eva [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The economic feasibility of using conservation-tillage rather than conventional-tillage to sequester carbon with the use of alternative nitrogen fertilizer sources for a [...]
2006 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Sequestration of carbon has gained increased attention in recent years because of environmental and economic motives. This study examined the economic feasibility of usin [...]
2006 | Journal Article |
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Although it is common to alternate between till and no-till practices, past research has considered farmers’ tillage options to be limited to the dichotomous choice of [...]
2011-04 | Journal Article |
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A major problem being faced by human society is that the global temperature is believed to be rising due to human activity that releases carbon dioxide to the atmosphere; [...]
2001 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Agricultural tillage practices are important human-induced activities that can alter carbon emissions from agricultural soils and have the potential to significantly cont [...]
2000 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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According to Article 3.4 of the Kyoto Protocol, agricultural soil could be used as a sink for carbon sequestration and hence it may provide an alternative venue to seques [...]
2000 | Working or Discussion Paper |