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Soil carbon sequestration and climate change in semi-arid Sudan

  • Jonas Ardö
Publishing year: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 140-163
Publication/Series: Sudan Academy of Sciences Journal-Special Issue (Climate Change)
Volume: 11
Document type: Journal article
Publisher: Sudan Academy of Sciences

Abstract english

Climate change poses risk for natural and human systems in Africa. Increasing temperatures and changes in precipitation patterns is likely to affect agriculture, pastoralism and forestry. Mitigation of increasing atmospheric concentration of CO2 through soil carbon sequestration in semi-arid ecosystems may be beneficial to soil properties and cultivation. This paper describes and discusses soil carbon sequestration in relation to climate change in semi-arid regions, with special attention to the Sudan. It is anticipated that adaptation to climate changes is a more reasonable way to cope with future climate change than mitigation through soil carbon sequestration, especially for low emitting countries in Africa such as the Sudan.


  • Physical Geography
  • climate change
  • adaptation
  • GHGs
  • mitigation


  • remote sensing-lup-obsolete
  • ISSN: 1816-8272
E-mail: jonas [dot] ardo [at] nateko [dot] lu [dot] se


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