Remineralization stabilizes the climate through the sequestration of carbon in agricultural and forest soils. While unhealthy forests give off CO2, healthy forests are a carbon sink- increased vitality and growth leads to an increase in carbon sequestration.

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Alida Perez-Fodich

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Christopher Pearce; David Beerling; David Edwards; Felix Lim; Julie Scholes; Rachael James; Robert Freckleton

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Claudete G. Ramos; Erica Blanco; James Hower; Marcos L.S. Oliveira; Suzi Theodoro

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