2015
DOI: 10.17265/2159-581x/2015.02.001
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Bente Foereid, Johannes Lehmann, Christopher Wurster, Michael Bird

Abstract: Abstract:Fire is an important ecological factor and what constitutes appropriate fire management is much debated in the US and elsewhere. The role of fire as a source of greenhouse gases has been intensively investigated, but less is known about the production rate of the solid black carbon residue from fires. Black carbon accumulates in soil as it has longer turnover times than plant residues. To understand the significance of black carbon production during wildfire, we quantified black carbon using hydropyr…

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