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Effects of Bottom Ash Amendment on Soil Respiration and Microbial Biomass under Anaerobic Conditions
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Effects of Bottom Ash Amendment on Soil Respiration and Microbial Biomass under Anaerobic Conditions
Park, Jong-Chan; Chung, Doug-Young; Han, Gwang-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Soil respiration under flooded conditions is considered to be very small compared with aerobic soil respiration of soil organic matter. However, anaerobic decomposition of soil plays a key role in carbon cycling in flooded ecosystems. On the other hand, coal-ash wastes, such as fly ash and bottom ash, are known to function as a soil amendment for mitigating emission and enhancing carbon sequestration in up land soils. In this study, we investigated bottom ash as a soil amendment for mitigating emission, and thus enhancing carbon sequestration under anaerobic conditions. We observed that amendment of bottom ash without external organic source led to significant reduction in emission rate and in total cumulative emission flux over the incubation period, which was proportional to the amount of bottom ash applied. We also found that soil microbial biomass increased in response to application of bottom ash. These results suggest that bottom ash can be utilized to store as a stable soil organic carbon in flooded ecosystems, as in aerobic situations.
 Keywords
Carbon sequestration;Global warming;Microbial decomposition;Waste management;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Bottom Ash를 성토재로 재활용 시 발생되는 침출수의 환경위해성 평가,이승철;정진희;이준희;

한국환경기술학회지, 2016. vol.17. 4, pp.332-339
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