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|Title:||Benefits of soil carbon: report on the outcomes of an international scientific committee on problems of the environment rapid assessment workshop|
|Authors:||BANWART Steven; BLACK Helaina; CAI Zucong; GICHERU Patrick; JOOSTEN Hans; VICTORIA Reynaldo; MILNE Eleanor; NOELLEMEYER Elke; PASCUAL Unai; NZIGUHEBA Generose; VARGAS Rodrigo; BATIONO Andre; BUSCHIAZZO Daniel; DE BROGNIEZ DELPHINE; MELILLO Jerry; RICHTER Daniel; TERMANSEN Mette; VAN NOORDWIJK Meine; GOVERSE Tessa; BALLABIO CRISTIANO; BHATTACHARYYA Tapas; GOLDHABER Marty; NIKOLAIDIS Nikolaos; ZHAO Y.; MONTANARELLA Luca; FUNK Roger; DUFFY Christopher; GENXING Pan; LA SCALA Newton; GOTTSCHALK Pia; BATJES Niels; SIX Johan; van Wesemael Bas; Stocking Michael; BAMPA Francesca; BERNOUX Martial; FELLER Christian; LEMANCEAU Philippe|
|Citation:||CARBON MANAGEMENT vol. 5 no. 2 p. 185-192|
|Publisher:||FUTURE SCI LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment Rapid Assessment (SCOPE-RAP) workshop was held on 18–22 March 2013. This workshop was hosted by the European Commission, JRC Centre at Ispra, Italy, and brought together 40 leading experts from Africa, Asia, Europe and North and South America to create four synthesis chapters aimed at identifying knowledge gaps, research requirements, and policy innovations. Given the forthcoming publication by CABI of a book volume of the outcomes of the SCOPE-RAP in 2014, this workshop report provides an update on the global societal challenge of soil carbon management and some of the main issues and solutions that were identified in the four working sessions.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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