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With contributions from economists, policy makers, farmers, land managers, energy company representatives, and soil scientists, this book explores a broad range of content. It examines topics such as the effects of soil tillage and mulch rate, soil monitoring and assessment, soil fertility management, policy options, and the economic issues associated with carbon sequestration. Providing innovative and environmentally friendly practices for improved land management and crop production, the book discusses techniques that can mitigate global warming and greenhouse gases and integrates the science, practice, and policy of soil carbon sequestration.