Journal of Energy, Environment & Carbon Credits

ISSN: 2249-8621

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Special Issue

Emissions of Greenhouse Gas from Farmland Soils

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Although they only make up a small fraction of the atmosphere nowadays, greenhouse gases (GHGs) are essential to life on earth. Without them, the light that the earth’s surface absorbs and then re-emits as long-wave radiation (heat) would instantly disappear into space. As a result, a significant portion of the 161 W m2 received and re-emitted by the earth’s surface is briefly kept in the atmosphere, warming the biosphere to a temperature that is suitable for human habitation. Although radiative feedbacks complicate the narrative, in general, changes in atmospheric GHG concentrations will cause changes in the earth’s surface temperature. The biosphere has warmed in lockstep with rising atmospheric GHG. By storing soil organic carbon, the agriculture industry has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (SOC). An indoor simulation of soil FTCs was used to examine variations in soil environmental variables, accessible carbon and nitrogen, and microbial biomass. Since soil carbon and nitrogen are the reaction substrates and primary contributors to their respective biochemical transformations, soil carbon and nitrogen availability as well as microbial biomass are crucial for soil GHG emissions. Agriculture methods significantly increase greenhouse gas emissions. There is currently little information on how organic versus non-organic farming affects emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O).


Carbon sequestration, Climate forcing, Gas flux, Life cycle assessment, Reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, Radiative energy and Soils

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