Indirect carbon sequestration - Definition, glossary, details
Indirect carbon sequestration is a part of natural carbon cycle
wherein plants take in carbon dioxide and leave out oxygen in the normal
photosynthesis process. It is also known as terrestrial sequestration. The plants
trap the CO2 that is needed for their growth and exhale oxygen.
|International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA)||International Energy Agency (IEA)||International Transaction Log (ITL)|
|IPAC-CO2||Infrared radiation||Indirect emissions|