Soil Carbon - Definition, glossary, details

Soil carbon refers to the carbon contained within the soil which is related to the historical organic matter of the region. It is the organic and inorganic carbon contained in the soil. Carbon dioxide is converted into carbon in the photosynthesis process and is then deposited in the soils through roots and in the plant residue.

Other Terms

Sleipner gas field Supercritical and Ultra-supercritical boiler combustion Slash and Burn
Saline Aquifers Stripper Soil Carbon Sequestration
Supercritical power plants Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) Structured Adsorbent
Smart Grid Super Grid

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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