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Tropical agriculture

Year: 2009 Author: Riccardo Pravettoni, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
There is great potential to restore carbon in tropical agricultural soils through management practices that, in the right circumstances, can also increase productivity. Agroforestry can offer particularly large carbon gains, although it can increase water demand. Agricultural carbon sequestration policies will need to be tailored to particular circumstances to allow farmers to benefit.
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Peat distribution in the World
Carbon stored by biome
Savannas and tropical grasslands
Ocean carbon cycle
Human use and conversion of tropical forests
Temperate forests
Plantation forestry
Forest, crops and the people