Multi-Scale Biogeochemical Processes in Soil Ecosystems
Critical Reactions and Resilience to Climate Changes
Wiley-IUPAC Series Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems
1. Auflage April 2022
352 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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MULTI-SCALE BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN SOIL ECOSYSTEMS
Provides a state-of-the-art overview of research in soil biogeochemical processes and strategies for greenhouse gas mitigation under climate change
Food security and soil health for the rapidly growing human population are threatened by increased temperature and drought, soil erosion and soil quality degradation, and other problems caused by human activities and a changing climate. Because greenhouse gas emission is the primary driver of climate change, a complete understanding of the cycles of carbon and major nutritional elements is critical for developing innovative strategies to sustain agricultural development and environmental conservation.
Multi-Scale Biogeochemical Processes in Soil Ecosystems: Critical Reactions and Resilience to Climate Changes is an up-to-date overview of recent research in soil biogeochemical processes and applications in ecosystem management. Organized into three parts, the text examines molecular-scale processes and critical reactions, presents ecosystem-scale studies of ecological hotspots, and discusses large-scale modeling and prediction of global biogeochemical cycles. Part of the Wiley - IUPAC Series on Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems, this authoritative volume:
* Provides readers with a systematic and interdisciplinary approach to sustainable agricultural development and management of soil ecosystems in a changing climate
* Features contributions from an international team of leading scientists
* Examines topics such as soil organic matter stabilization, soil biogeochemistry modeling, and soil responses to environmental changes
* Discusses strategies for mitigating greenhouse gas emission and improving soil health and ecosystems resilience
* Includes an introduction to working across scales to project soil biogeochemical responses to climatic change
Multi-Scale Biogeochemical Processes in Soil Ecosystems: Critical Reactions and Resilience to Climate Changes is essential reading for scientists, engineers, agronomists, chemists, biologists, academic researchers, consultants, and other professionals whose work involves the nutrient cycle, ecosystem management, and climate change.
List of Contributors
Chapter 1 Introduction: Working across scales to project soil biogeochemical responses to climate
S.A. Billings and P. L. Sullivan
Chapter 2 The Science and Semantics of ,Soil Organic Matter Stabilization'
Markus Kleber and Adam Lindsley
Chapter 3 Interconnecting Soil Organic Matter With N And P Cycling
Luisella Celi, Daniel Said-Pullicino, Roland Bol, Friedrike Lang, Jörg Luster
Chapter 4 Plant-derived Macromolecules in the Soil
Chapter 5 Microbe-Biomolecule-Mineral Interfacial Reactions
Chapter 6 Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Wetland Rice Systems: Biogeochemical Processes and Management
Rongzhong Ye and William R. Horwath
Chapter 7 The Changing Biogeochemical Cycles of Tundra
Caitlin Hicks Pries, Jennie R McLaren, Lydia Smith Vaughn, Claire Treat, Carolina Voigt
Chapter 8 Linking sources, transformation, and loss of phosphorus in the soil-water continuum in a coastal environment
Deb Jaisi, Kristi Mingus, Sunendra Joshi, Kiran Upreti, Mingjing Sun, Joshua McGrath, and Arash Massudieh
Chapter 9 Deep Soil Carbon
Erika Marín-Spiotta and Eleanor U. Hobley
Chapter 10 Soil Carbon Dynamics And Responses To Environmental Changes
Jinzhi Ding, Lingli Liu, Shuli Niu, Tao Wang, Shilong Piao
Chapter 11 Next generation soil biogeochemistry model representations: A proposed community open source model farm (BeTR-S)
William J. Riley, Carlos A. Sierra, Jinyun Tang, Nicholas J. Bouskill, Qing Zhu and Rose A. Abramoff
Chapter 12 Biochar production and amendment
Ke Sun, Lanfang Hana, Bo Gao and Baoshan Xing
Chapter 13 Compost Production, Analysis and Applications in Agriculture
Yu Yang, Marco Keiluweit, Nicola Senesi, and Baoshan Xing
Chapter 14 Biogeochemistry in dynamic landscapes: Geochemical and mathematical constraints on the erosion-induced terrestrial carbon sink
Asmeret Asefaw Berhe and Teamrat A. Ghezzehei
Marco Keiluweit, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Soil Biogeochemistry, University of Massachusetts in Amherst, USA.
Nicola Senesi, PhD, is Professor Emeritus and Professor of Soil Chemistry (retired), University of Bari, Italy.
Baoshan Xing, PhD, is Professor of Environmental and Soil Chemistry, Stockbridge School of Agriculture, University of Massachusetts in Amherst, USA.