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Soil Carbon The term 'Soil Carbon' as it applies to the area of carbon dioxide can be defined as ' A major component of the terrestrial biosphere pool in the carbon cycle. Organic soil carbon estimates, rather than total soil carbon, are generally quoted. The amount of carbon in the soil is a function of historical vegetative cover and productivity, which in turn is dependent upon climatic variables'.
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