Viglizzo, E. F.; et al. (2019): Reassessing the role of grazing lands in carbon-balance estimations. Meta-analysis and review
Viglizzo, E. F.; Ricard, M. F.; Taboada, M. A.; Vázquez-Amábile, G. (2019): Reassessing the role of grazing lands in carbon-balance estimations. Meta-analysis and review. In: The Science of the Total Environment 661, S. 531–542. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.01.130.
"Assuming a steady state between carbon (C) gains and losses, greenhouse gases (GHG) inventories that follow a widely used simplified procedure (IPCC Tier 1) tend to underestimate the capacity of soils in grazing-land to sequester C. In this study we compared the C balance reported by (i) national inventories that followed the simplified method (Tier 1) of IPCC (1996/2006), with (ii) an alternative estimation derived from the meta-analysis of science-based, peer-reviewed data."