A full discussion of the impact of soil carbon modelling on political and socio-economical aspects is included to emphasize the need of a close interaction between model developers, researchers, land owners/users and policy makers to ensure the development of robust approaches to climate change, food security and soil protection.
Whatever type of models are used to meet future challenges, it is important that they continue to be tested using appropriate data, and that they are used in regions and for land uses where they have been developed and validated.
|Title of host publication||Soil Carbon Storage|
|Subtitle of host publication||Modulators, Mechanisms and Modeling|
|Editors||Brajesh K. Singh|
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- First-order process
- model pools
- microbial mechanisms
- process-based models
- field scale
- global scale