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An index-based approach to assessing recalcitrance and soil carbon sequestration potential of engineered black carbons (biochars).

Environmental science & technology, February 7, 2012, Vol.46(3), pp.1415-1421 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An Index-Based Approach to Assessing Recalcitrance and Soil Carbon Sequestration Potential of Engineered Black Carbons (Biochars)

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An index-based approach to assessing recalcitrance and soil carbon sequestration potential of engineered black carbons (biochars)

Environmental science & technology, 07 February 2012, Vol.46(3), pp.1415-21 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An Index-Based Approach to Assessing Recalcitrance and Soil Carbon Sequestration Potential of Engineered Black Carbons (Biochars)

Environmental Science and Technology, 10 January 2012, Vol.46(3) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An index-based approach to assessing recalcitrance and soil carbon sequestration potential of engineered black carbons (biochars)

Environmental Science and Technology, 7 February 2012, Vol.46(3), pp.1415-1421 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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