Carbon and tree diversity in agricultural systems in Nicaragua: do trees really make a difference?
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Siles, P; Valbuena, D; Castro, A; Tellez, O; Bonilla, G; van der Hoek, R. 2015. Carbon and tree diversity in agricultural systems in Nicaragua: do trees really make a difference? Presented at a CIAT Soils Research Area Seminar on May 6, 2015, Cali, Colombia. International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT).
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The Soils Research Area presents a new seminar series to commemorate the International Year of Soils (2015). This seminar series which in LAC will run under the theme: Managing Soils for Smarter Societies, will include monthly presentations and blogs that will focus on soils and the role they play in our society. Presented by Dr. Pablo Siles who is based at the CIAT office in Nicaragua.
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