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Climate Engineering Publications Available in Web of Science (1988-2011)

Compiled by Chris Belter, NOAA Central Library

About this Bibliography

This bibliography attempts to list all of the publications available in Web of Science, Science Citation Index Expanded on climate engineering, or geoengineering, from 1988-2011. For the purposes of this bibliography, "climate engineering" is defined as the deliberate, large-scale manipulation of the earth system with the intention of mitigating the effects of climate change. This bibliography includes 750 publications, making it one the largest literature reviews yet compiled on the topic.

This bibliography was compiled in the process of conducting a bibliometric analysis of climate engineering research. Articles were identified through a combination of topic searching and citation tracking. The articles in this bibliography are arranged by method of climate engineering according to the categories identified in our bibliometric analysis. Click on a method title to show or hide the articles associated with that method.

This bibliography is also available in pdf format and as a list of Web of Science accession (or UT) numbers.

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General Articles

General Articles

2005. Engineering climate. Technology Review 108(3):22-23.

2006. Use market incentives and engineering to solve climate change. International Gas Engineering and Management 46(10):45-45.

2008. Geoengineering and climate change: Can it work? Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89(2):146-+.

2008. Government seeks geo-engineering information. Astronomy & Geophysics 49(4):4-4.

2008. Overshadowing Difficulties Geoengineering is a seductive idea. Maybe too seductive. Scientific American 299(5):38-38. Find it Online*

2009. Focus on Climate Engineering: Intentional Intervention in the Climate System INTRODUCTION. Environmental Research Letters 4(4). Find it Online*

2009. For the planet it's geoengineer or bust. New Scientist 201(2697):3-3. Find it Online*

2009. Geo-engineering could damage the rainforest, warns Met Office. Professional Engineering 22(10):8-8.

2009. Geo-engineering ideas split opinion. Professional Engineering 22(15):7-7.

2009. Geoengineering: expensive, inefficient, uncertain - and inevitable? Astronomy & Geophysics 50(5):4-4.

2009. Lawmakers Consider Geoengineering Research Needs. Chemical & Engineering News 87(47):30-30.

2009. Scientist urges big push into geo-engineering. Professional Engineering 22(9):6-6.

2010. Congress examines geoengineering of climate system. Issues in Science and Technology 26(2):21-22.

2010. Geoengineering guidelines. Materials World 18(5):4-4.

2010. GEOENGINEERING RESEARCH PARSED. Chemical & Engineering News 88(44):18-18.

2011. IPCC TO ASSESS GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 89(26):22-22.

Allenby B. 2000. Earth systems engineering and management. Ieee Technology and Society Magazine 19(4):10-24. Find it Online*

Amato I. 2006. Support voiced for geo-engineering research to combat global warming. Chemical & Engineering News 84(38):13-13. Find it Online*

Aminzadeh F. 1996. ''Geo-engineer'', the wave of the future. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 15(1):R7-R10. Find it Online*

Andrews CJ. 2007. The geoengineering vision. Ieee Spectrum 44(7):8-8. Find it Online*

Balaram P. 2008. Carbon dioxide, climate change and geoengineering. Current Science 95(3):291-292.

Baum R. 1994. RESEARCHERS, OTHER EXPERTS EXAMINE CLIMATE ENGINEERING ISSUES. Chemical & Engineering News 72(10):26-27. Find it Online*

Bengtsson L. 2006. Geo-engineering to confine climate change: Is it at all feasible? Climatic Change 77(3-4):229-234. Find it Online*

Blackstock JJ, Long JCS. 2010. The Politics of Geoengineering. Science 327(5965):527-527. Find it Online*

Blackstock JJ, Long JCS. 2010. Shifting the Debate on Geoengineering Response. Science 328(5979):691-691. Find it Online*

Bodansky D. 1996. May we engineer the climate? Climatic Change 33(3):309-321. Find it Online*

Bonnheim NB. 2010. History of climate engineering. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change 1(6):891-897. Find it Online*

Bowerman N, Kruger T. 2011. The Student Conference debate on geoengineering. Weather 66(7):184-185. Find it Online*

Boyd PW. 2008. Ranking geo-engineering schemes. Nature Geoscience 1(11):722-724. Find it Online*

Boyd PW. 2009. Geopolitics of geoengineering. Nature Geoscience 2(12):812-812. Find it Online*

Brewer PG. 2007. Evaluating a technological fix for climate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(24):9915-9916. Find it Online*

Bullis K. 2010. The Geoengineering Gambit. Technology Review 113(1):50-56.

Bullis K. 2010. The Geoengineering Gambit (January, pg 50, 2010). Technology Review 113(2):9-9.

Bunzl M. 2009. Researching geoengineering: should not or could not? Environmental Research Letters 4(4). Find it Online*

Caldeira K. 2008. Geoengineering: Perhaps palliative medicine. Geotimes 53(7):59-59.

Caldeira K, Keith DW. 2010. The Need for Climate Engineering Research. Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):57-62.

Carlin A. 2011. A Multidisciplinary, Science-Based Approach to the Economics of Climate Change. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8(4):985-1031. Find it Online*

Cirkovic MM, Cathcart RB. 2004. Geo-engineering gone Awry: A new partial solution of Fermi's paradox. Jbis-Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 57(5-6):209-215.

Codd J. 2010. geoengineering. Tce(826):4-4.

Corbett PWM. 1997. Geoengineers: a subject of debate. Petroleum Geoscience 3(4):379-379. Find it Online*

Corner A, Pidgeon N. 2010. GEOENGINEERING THE CLIMATE: THE SOCIAL AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS. Environment 52(1):24-37. Find it Online*

Cox P, Jeffery H. 2009. Engineering the climate. Physics World 22(9):24-27.

Cox P, Jeffery H. 2009. Engineering the climate (vol 22, pg 24, 2009). Physics World 22(11):20-20.

Crabbe MJC. 2009. Modelling effects of geoengineering options in response to climate change and global warming: Implications for coral reefs. Computational Biology and Chemistry 33(6):415-420. Find it Online*

Darton R. 2010. geoengineering. Tce(826):4-4.

David L. 2007. Climate change - A geoengineering fix? Aerospace America 45(9):32-37.

de Castro LAB. 2010. Climatic changes: What if the global increase of CO(2) emissions cannot be kept under control? Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 43(3):230-233.

Doane E. 2010. IN SUPPORT OF GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 88(50):5-5.

Edenhofer O. 2010. IPCC yet to assess geoengineering. Nature 468(7323):508-508. Find it Online*

Faden M. 2011. Climate engineering: not ready for prime time. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(8):427-427. Find it Online*

Fleming J. 2010. Can geoengineering be green? Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):14-14.

Fox TA, Chapman L. 2011. Engineering geo-engineering. Meteorological Applications 18(1):1-8. Find it Online*

Frosch RA. 2009. Geoengineering: What, how, and for whom? Physics Today 62(2):10-10. Find it Online*

Gadian A. 2011. Geoengineering. Atmospheric Science Letters 12(2):161-161. Find it Online*

Gail WB. 2010. ACHIEVING CLIMATE SUSTAINABILITY. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 91(2):197-207. Find it Online*

Gardiner SM. 2010. Ethics and climate change: an introduction. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change 1(1):54-66. Find it Online*

Glaser JA. 2010. Climate geoengineering. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 12(2):91-92. Find it Online*

Greene CH. 2010. Shifting the Debate on Geoengineering. Science 328(5979):690-691. Find it Online*

Hogue C. 2009. GEOENGINEERING STEPS TOWARD REALITY. Chemical & Engineering News 87(47):28-30.

Hogue C. 2010. GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 88(46):9-9.

Hogue C. 2010. GEOENGINEERING BAN. Chemical & Engineering News 88(45):12-12.

Hogue C. 2010. GUIDELINES FOR GEOENGINEERING R&D. Chemical & Engineering News 88(21):26-27.

Hogue C. 2010. SEEKING FUNDS FOR GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 88(8):32-33.

Hogue C. 2010. TALKING ABOUT GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 88(14):11-11.

Izrael YA, Ryaboshapko AG, Petrov NN. 2009. Comparative analysis of geo-engineering approaches to climate stabilization. Russian Meteorology and Hydrology 34(6):335-347. Find it Online*

Johnson J. 2010. MORE INPUT ON GEOENGINEERING. Chemical & Engineering News 88(13):20-20.

Keith DW. 2000. The Earth is not yet an artifact. Ieee Technology and Society Magazine 19(4):25-28. Find it Online*

Keith DW. 2000. Geoengineering the climate: History and prospect. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 25:245-284. Find it Online*

Keith DW. 2001. Geoengineering. Nature 409(6818):420-420. Find it Online*

Kiehl JT. 2006. Geoengineering climate change: Treating the symptom over the cause? Climatic Change 77(3-4):227-228. Find it Online*

Kintisch E. 2010. CLIMATE STUDIES 'Asilomar 2' Takes Small Steps Toward Rules for Geoengineering. Science 328(5974):22-23. Find it Online*

Kintisch E. 2010. The Latest on Geoengineering. Science 327(5969):1070-1071. Find it Online*

Lal R. 2008. Sequestration of atmospheric CO2 in global carbon pools. Energy & Environmental Science 1(1):86-100. Find it Online*

Latham J. 1990. CONTROL OF GLOBAL WARMING. Nature 347(6291):339-340. Find it Online*

Lawrence MG. 2006. The geoengineering dilemma: To speak or not to speak. Climatic Change 77(3-4):245-248. Find it Online*

Lenton TM, Vaughan NE. 2009. The radiative forcing potential of different climate geoengineering options. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9(15):5539-5561. Find it Online*

Leovy C. 2009. Climate Engineering Vulnerable to Disruption. Science 326(5951):365-365. Find it Online*

Levi BG. 2008. Will desperate climates call for desperate geoengineering measures? Physics Today 61(8):26-28. Find it Online*

Lovelock J. 2008. A geophysiologist's thoughts on geoengineering. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 366(1882):3883-3890. Find it Online*

MacCracken MC. 2006. Geoengineering: Worthy of cautious evaluation? Climatic Change 77(3-4):235-243. Find it Online*

Marland G. 2010. Can geoengineering be green? Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):13-14.

Marshall M. 2010. Geoengineering won't undo sea level rises. New Scientist 207(2775):10-10. Find it Online*

Matthews HD, Turner SE. 2009. Of mongooses and mitigation: ecological analogues to geoengineering. Environmental Research Letters 4(4). Find it Online*

Meleshko VP, Kattsov VM, Karol IL. 2011. An Answer to the Paper of A. G. Ryaboshapko "On the Taboo on Researching in the Field of Global Climate Geoengineering". Russian Meteorology and Hydrology 36(8):566-568. Find it Online*

Moore JC, Jevrejeva S, Grinsted A. 2010. Efficacy of geoengineering to limit 21st century sea-level rise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(36):15699-15703. Find it Online*

Morgan MG. 2010. Why Geoengineering? Technology Review 113(1):14-15.

Moriarty P, Honnery D. 2010. A human needs approach to reducing atmospheric carbon. Energy Policy 38(2):695-700. Find it Online*

Morrow DR, Kopp RE, Oppenheimer M. 2009. Toward ethical norms and institutions for climate engineering research. Environmental Research Letters 4(4). Find it Online*

Morton O. 2007. Is this what it takes to save the world? Nature 447(7141):132-136. Find it Online*

Owen R. 2011. Legitimate Conditions for Climate Engineering. Environmental Science & Technology 45(21):9116-9117. Find it Online*

Pearce F. 2010. UN 'ban on geoengineering' may not be what it seems. New Scientist 208(2785):15-15. Find it Online*

Pelley J. 2009. Potential of geoengineering highly uncertain. Environmental Science & Technology 43(22):8472-8473. Find it Online*

Pelley J. 2010. Geoengineers make a pitch for research funds. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(3):119-119. Find it Online*

Pool R. 2006. Can engineering alone combat climate change? Power Engineer 20(1):2-2.

Poumadere M, Bertoldo R, Samadi J. 2011. Public perceptions and governance of controversial technologies to tackle climate change: nuclear power, carbon capture and storage, wind, and geoengineering. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change 2(5):712-727. Find it Online*

Robock A. 2008. Geoengineering: It's not a panacea. Geotimes 53(7):58-58.

Robock A. 2011. Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble. Climatic Change 105(3-4):383-385. Find it Online*

Robock A, Bunzl M, Kravitz B, Stenchikov GL. 2010. A Test for Geoengineering? Science 327(5965):530-531. Find it Online*

Robock A, Saniayan M, Parthasarathy S, Maccracken M. 2011. Geoengineering research. Issues in Science and Technology 27(2):5-9.

Russell BD, Connell SD. 2010. Honing the Geoengineering Strategy. Science 327(5962):144-145. Find it Online*

Sanhueza E. 2010. THE COPENHAGEN ACCORD: A CATASTROFIC WARM FUTURE. DO WE NEED A PLAN B? Interciencia 35(8):624-631.

Sanhueza E. 2010. MANIPULATION OF THE ANTHROPOCENE THROUGH GEO-ENGINEERING. Interciencia 35(5):319-319.

Schelling TC. 1996. The economic diplomacy of geoengineering. Climatic Change 33(3):303-307. Find it Online*

Schellnhuber HJ. 2011. Geoengineering: The good, the MAD, and the sensible. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(51):20277-20278. Find it Online*

Schneider S, Broecker W. 2007. Geoengineering may be risky but we need to explore it. New Scientist 195(2613):44-45. Find it Online*

Schneider SH. 2001. Earth systems engineering and management. Nature 409(6818):417-+. Find it Online*

Shepherd J, Iglesias-Rodriguez D, Yool A. 2007. Geo-engineering might cause, not cure, problems. Nature 449(7164):781-781. Find it Online*

Socolow R. 2010. Can geoengineering be green? Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):12-13.

Swart R, Marinova N. 2010. Policy options in a worst case climate change world. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15(6):531-549. Find it Online*

Taplin D. 2006. Atmospheric geo-engineering. Materials World 14(11):3-3.

Tollefson J. 2010. CLIMATE CHANGE Geoengineering faces ban. Nature 468(7320):13-14. Find it Online*

Tollefson J. 2010. Geoengineers get the fear. Nature 464(7289):656-656. Find it Online*

Vaughan NE, Lenton TM. 2011. A review of climate geoengineering proposals. Climatic Change 109(3-4):745-790. Find it Online*

Vendetti J. 2001. Geo-engineering - Norwegian CO2. Geotimes 46(8):8-8.

Virgoe J. 2009. International governance of a possible geoengineering intervention to combat climate change. Climatic Change 95(1-2):103-119. Find it Online*

Wilderer PA. 2010. Can geoengineering be green? Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):14-16.

Woodward FI, Bardgett RD, Raven JA, Hetherington AM. 2009. Biological Approaches to Global Environment Change Mitigation and Remediation. Current Biology 19(14):R615-R623. Find it Online*

Artificial Weathering

Artificial Weathering

Brady PV, Carroll SA. 1994. DIRECT EFFECTS OF CO2 AND TEMPERATURE ON SILICATE WEATHERING - POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS FOR CLIMATE CONTROL. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 58(7):1853-1856. Find it Online*

Caldeira K, Rau GH. 2000. Accelerating carbonate dissolution to sequester carbon dioxide in the ocean: Geochemical implications. Geophysical Research Letters 27(2). Find it Online*

Hangx SJT, Spiers CJ. 2009. Coastal spreading of olivine to control atmospheric CO(2) concentrations: A critical analysis of viability. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 3(6):757-767. Find it Online*

Hartmann J, Kempe S. 2008. What is the maximum potential for CO(2) sequestration by "stimulated" weathering on the global scale? Naturwissenschaften 95(12):1159-1164. Find it Online*

Harvey LDD. 2008. Mitigating the atmospheric CO(2) increase and ocean acidification by adding limestone powder to upwelling regions. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 113(C4):C04028. Find it Online*

House KZ, House CH, Schrag DP, Aziz MJ. 2007. Electrochemical acceleration of chemical weathering as an energetically feasible approach to mitigating anthropogenic climate change. Environmental Science & Technology 41(24):8464-8470. Find it Online*

Kakizawa M, Yamasaki A, Yanagisawa Y. 2001. A new CO2 disposal process via artificial weathering of calcium silicate accelerated by acetic acid. Energy 26(4):341-354. Find it Online*

Kelemen PB, Matter J. 2008. In situ carbonation of peridotite for CO2 storage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105(45):17295-17300. Find it Online*

Kelemen PB, Matter J, Streit EE, Rudge JF, Curry WB, Blusztajn J. 2011. Rates and Mechanisms of Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite: Natural Processes and Recipes for Enhanced, in situ CO(2) Capture and Storage. In: Jeanloz R, Freeman KH, editors. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vol 39. Palo Alto: Annual Reviews. p. 545-576. Find it Online*

Kohler P, Hartmann J, Wolf-Gladrow DA. 2010. Geoengineering potential of artificially enhanced silicate weathering of olivine. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(47):20228-20233. Find it Online*

Kohler P, Hartmann J, Wolf-Gladrow DA. 2011. Reply to Schuiling et al.: Different processes at work. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(12):E42-E42. Find it Online*

Kojima T, Nagamine A, Ueno N, Uemiya S. 1997. Absorption and fixation of carbon dioxide by rock weathering. Energy Conversion and Management 38:S461-S466. Find it Online*

Kojima T, Nagamine J. 2010. Absorption and Fixation Rate of Carbon Dioxide by Rock Weathering. Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu 36(4):237-242. Find it Online*

Lackner KS. 2002. Carbonate chemistry for sequestering fossil carbon. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 27:193-232. Find it Online*

Lenton TM, Britton C. 2006. Enhanced carbonate and silicate weathering accelerates recovery from fossil fuel CO2 perturbations. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20(3):Gb3009. Find it Online*

Morales-Florez V, Santos A, Lemus A, Esquivias L. 2011. Artificial weathering pools of calcium-rich industrial waste for CO(2) sequestration. Chemical Engineering Journal 166(1):132-137. Find it Online*

Power I, Southam G. 2005. Carbon dioxide sequestration through enhanced weathering of chrysotile mine tailings and subsequent microbial precipitation of magnesium carbonates. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 69(10):A834-A834. Find it Online*

Power IM, Wilson SA, Thom JM, Dipple GM, Gabites JE, Southam G. 2009. The hydromagnesite playas of Atlin, British Columbia, Canada: A biogeochemical model for CO2 sequestration. Chemical Geology 260(3-4):286-300. Find it Online*

Rau GH. 2008. Electrochemical Splitting of Calcium Carbonate to Increase Solution Alkalinity: Implications for Mitigation of Carbon Dioxide and Ocean Acidity. Environmental Science & Technology 42(23):8935-8940. Find it Online*

Rau GH, Caldeira K. 1999. Enhanced carbonate dissolution: a means of sequestering waste CO2 as ocean bicarbonate. Energy Conversion and Management 40(17):1803-1813. Find it Online*

Rau GH, Knauss KG, Langer WH, Caldeira K. 2004. Co-2 mitigation via accelerated limestone weathering. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 227:U1095-U1095.

Rau GH, Knauss KG, Langer WH, Caldeira K. 2007. Reducing energy-related CO2 emissions using accelerated weathering of limestone. Energy 32(8):1471-1477. Find it Online*

Renforth P, Manning DAC. 2011. Laboratory carbonation of artificial silicate gels enhanced by citrate: Implications for engineered pedogenic carbonate formation. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 5(6):1578-1586. Find it Online*

Schuiling RD. 2011. LANCELOT (Lake Nyos carbon emission lowering by olivine treatment). Natural Hazards 56(3):559-562. Find it Online*

Schuiling RD, de Boer PL. 2010. Coastal spreading of olivine to control atmospheric CO(2) concentrations: A critical analysis of viability. Comment: Nature and laboratory models are different. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4(5):855-856. Find it Online*

Schuiling RD, Krijgsman P. 2006. Enhanced weathering: An effective and cheap tool to sequester CO2. Climatic Change 74(1-3):349-354. Find it Online*

Schuiling RD, Wilson SA, Power IM. 2011. Enhanced silicate weathering is not limited by silicic acid saturation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(12):E41-E41. Find it Online*

Stephens JC, Keith DW. 2008. Assessing geochemical carbon management. Climatic Change 90(3):217-242. Find it Online*

Wu JCS, Sheen JD, Chen SY, Fan YC. 2001. Feasibility of CO2 fixation via artificial rock weathering. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 40(18):3902-3905. Find it Online*

Biochar

Biochar

Asai H, Samson BK, Stephan HM, Songyikhangsuthor K, Homma K, Kiyono Y, Inoue Y, Shiraiwa T, Horie T. 2009. Biochar amendment techniques for upland rice production in Northern Laos 1. Soil physical properties, leaf SPAD and grain yield. Field Crops Research 111(1-2):81-84. Find it Online*

Atkinson CJ, Fitzgerald JD, Hipps NA. 2010. Potential mechanisms for achieving agricultural benefits from biochar application to temperate soils: a review. Plant and Soil 337(1-2):1-18. Find it Online*

Bruun EW, Hauggaard-Nielsen H, Ibrahim N, Egsgaard H, Ambus P, Jensen PA, Dam-Johansen K. 2011. Influence of fast pyrolysis temperature on biochar labile fraction and short-term carbon loss in a loamy soil. Biomass & Bioenergy 35(3):1182-1189. Find it Online*

Bruun EW, Muller-Stover D, Ambus P, Hauggaard-Nielsen H. 2011. Application of biochar to soil and N(2)O emissions: potential effects of blending fast-pyrolysis biochar with anaerobically digested slurry. European Journal of Soil Science 62(4):581-589. Find it Online*

Chan KY, Van Zwieten L, Meszaros I, Downie A, Joseph S. 2007. Agronomic values of greenwaste biochar as a soil amendment. Australian Journal of Soil Research 45(8):629-634. Find it Online*

Chan KY, Van Zwieten L, Meszaros I, Downie A, Joseph S. 2008. Using poultry litter biochars as soil amendments. Australian Journal of Soil Research 46(5):437-444. Find it Online*

Day D, Evans RJ, Lee JW, Reicosky D. 2005. Economical CO(2), SO(x), and NO(x) capture from fossil-fuel utilization with combined renewable hydrogen production and large-scale carbon sequestration. Energy 30(14):2558-2579. Find it Online*

Demirbas A. 2006. Production and characterization of bio-chars from biomass via pyrolysis. Energy Sources Part a-Recovery Utilization and Environmental Effects 28(5):413-422. Find it Online*

Gaunt JL, Lehmann J. 2008. Energy balance and emissions associated with biochar sequestration and pyrolysis bioenergy production. Environmental Science & Technology 42(11):4152-4158. Find it Online*

Geesing D, Felker P, Bingham RL. 2000. Influence of mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) on soil nitrogen and carbon development: Implications for global carbon sequestration. Journal of Arid Environments 46(2):157-180. Find it Online*

Glaser B. 2007. Prehistorically modified soils of central Amazonia: a model for sustainable agriculture in the twenty-first century. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 362(1478):187-196. Find it Online*

Glaser B, Lehmann J, Zech W. 2002. Ameliorating physical and chemical properties of highly weathered soils in the tropics with charcoal - a review. Biology and Fertility of Soils 35(4):219-230. Find it Online*

Haefele SM, Konboon Y, Wongboon W, Amarante S, Maarifat AA, Pfeiffer EM, Knoblauch C. 2011. Effects and fate of biochar from rice residues in rice-based systems. Field Crops Research 121(3):430-440. Find it Online*

Jansson C, Wullschleger SD, Kalluri UC, Tuskan GA. 2010. Phytosequestration: Carbon Biosequestration by Plants and the Prospects of Genetic Engineering. Bioscience 60(9):685-696. Find it Online*

Kameyama K, Shinogi Y, Miyamoto T, Agarie K. 2010. Estimation of net carbon sequestration potential with farmland application of bagasse charcoal: life cycle inventory analysis through a pilot sugarcane bagasse carbonisation plant. Australian Journal of Soil Research 48(6-7):586-592. Find it Online*

Kammann CI, Linsel S, Gossling JW, Koyro HW. 2011. Influence of biochar on drought tolerance of Chenopodium quinoa Willd and on soil-plant relations. Plant and Soil 345(1-2):195-210. Find it Online*

Karhu K, Mattila T, Bergstrom I, Regina K. 2011. Biochar addition to agricultural soil increased CH(4) uptake and water holding capacity - Results from a short-term pilot field study. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 140(1-2):309-313. Find it Online*

Keith DW, Rhodes JS. 2002. Bury, burn or both: A two-for-one deal on biomass carbon and energy - Reply. Climatic Change 54(3):375-377. Find it Online*

Kookana RS, Sarmah AK, Van Zwieten L, Krull E, Singh B. 2011. BIOCHAR APPLICATION TO SOIL: AGRONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS AND UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES. In: Sparks DL, editor. Advances in Agronomy, Vol 112. San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press Inc. p. 103-143. Find it Online*

Lammirato C, Miltner A, Kaestner M. 2011. Effects of wood char and activated carbon on the hydrolysis of cellobiose by beta-glucosidase from Aspergillus niger. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43(9):1936-1942. Find it Online*

Lee JW, Hawkins B, Day DM, Reicosky DC. 2010. Sustainability: the capacity of smokeless biomass pyrolysis for energy production, global carbon capture and sequestration. Energy & Environmental Science 3(11):1695-1705. Find it Online*

Lehmann J. 2007. Bio-energy in the black. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5(7):381-387. Find it Online*

Lehmann J. 2007. A handful of carbon. Nature 447(7141):143-144. Find it Online*

Lehmann J, Rillig MC, Thies J, Masiello CA, Hockaday WC, Crowley D. 2011. Biochar effects on soil biota - A review. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43(9):1812-1836. Find it Online*

Lehmann J, Skjemstad J, Sohi S, Carter J, Barson M, Falloon P, Coleman K, Woodbury P, Krull E. 2008. Australian climate-carbon cycle feedback reduced by soil black carbon. Nature Geoscience 1(12):832-835. Find it Online*

Mathews JA. 2008. Carbon-negative biofuels. Energy Policy 36(3):940-945. Find it Online*

Matovic D. 2011. Biochar as a viable carbon sequestration option: Global and Canadian perspective. Energy 36(4):2011-2016. Find it Online*

McHenry MP. 2009. Agricultural bio-char production, renewable energy generation and farm carbon sequestration in Western Australia: Certainty, uncertainty and risk. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 129(1-3):1-7. Find it Online*

McHenry MP. 2011. Soil Organic Carbon, Biochar, and Applicable Research Results for Increasing Farm Productivity under Australian Agricultural Conditions. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 42(10):1187-1199. Find it Online*

Metzger RA, Benford G, Hoffert MI. 2002. To bury or to burn: Optimum use of crop residues to reduce atmospheric CO2. Climatic Change 54(3):369-374. Find it Online*

Navia R, Crowley DE. 2010. Closing the loop on organic waste management: biochar for agricultural land application and climate change mitigation. Waste Management & Research 28(6):479-480. Find it Online*

Pratt K, Moran D. 2010. Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of global biochar mitigation potential. Biomass & Bioenergy 34(8):1149-1158. Find it Online*

Preston TR. 2009. Environmentally sustainable production of food, feed and fuel from natural resources in the tropics. Tropical Animal Health and Production 41(6):873-882. Find it Online*

Rhodes JS, Keith DW. 2008. Biomass with capture: negative emissions within social and environmental constraints: an editorial comment. Climatic Change 87(3-4):321-328. Find it Online*

Roberts KG, Gloy BA, Joseph S, Scott NR, Lehmann J. 2010. Life Cycle Assessment of Biochar Systems: Estimating the Energetic, Economic, and Climate Change Potential. Environmental Science & Technology 44(2):827-833. Find it Online*

Rogovska N, Laird D, Cruse R, Fleming P, Parkin T, Meek D. 2011. Impact of Biochar on Manure Carbon Stabilization and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75(3):871-879. Find it Online*

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Capture of CO2 from the Atmosphere

Capture of CO2 from the Atmosphere

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Land-Based Methods of Carbon Sequestration

Land-Based Methods of Carbon Sequestration

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