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The Role of Simulation Models in Monitoring Soil Organic Carbon Storage and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential in Bioenergy Cropping Systems

By Manyowa N. Meki, James R. Kiniry, Kathrine D. Behrman, Meghan N. Pawlowski and Susan E. Crow

Submitted: September 18th 2013Reviewed: October 2nd 2013Published: March 12th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57177

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Manyowa N. Meki, James R. Kiniry, Kathrine D. Behrman, Meghan N. Pawlowski and Susan E. Crow (March 12th 2014). The Role of Simulation Models in Monitoring Soil Organic Carbon Storage and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential in Bioenergy Cropping Systems, CO2 Sequestration and Valorization Claudia do Rosario Vaz Morgado and Victor Paulo Pecanha Esteves, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57177. Available from:

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