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Wu, Z.; et al. (2019): Biochar can mitigate methane emissions by improving methanotrophs for prolonged period in fertilized paddy soils

Wu, Z.; Song, Y.; Shen, H.; Jiang, X.; Li, B.; Xiong, Z. (2019): Biochar can mitigate methane emissions by improving methanotrophs for prolonged period in fertilized paddy soils. In: Environmental Pollution 253, S. 1038–1046. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2019.07.073.

"Biochar application to fertilized paddy soils has been recommended as an effective countermeasure to mitigate methane (CH4) emissions, but its mechanism and effective duration has not yet been adequately elucidated. A laboratory incubation experiment was performed to gain insight into the combined effects of fresh and six-year aged biochar on potential methane oxidation (PMO) in paddy soils with ammonium or nitrate-amendment."

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