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Potential of pyrolysis-GC–MS molecular fingerprint as a proxy of Modern Age Iberian shipwreck wood preservation
Even though pyrolysis in combination with gas chromatography and mass spectrometry (Py-GC–MS) is widely used for molecular characterization of wood, its abilities to determine the taxonomy (species), provenance and the ...
FTIR and Py–GC–MS data of wood from variousliving oak species and Iberian shipwrecks
Data in this article are related to the chemical characterization ofvarious oak wood samples. Data have been obtained by theapplication of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy andpyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass ...
Fingerprinting Blue Carbon: Rationale and Tools to Determine the Source of Organic Carbon in Marine Depositional Environments
(Frontiers Media, 2019)
Blue carbon is the organic carbon in oceanic and coastal ecosystems that is captured on centennial to millennial timescales. Maintaining and increasing blue carbon is an integral component of strategies to mitigate global ...
Mineral dust as a driver of carbon accumulation in northern latitudes
(Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
Peatlands in northern latitudes sequester one third of the world’s soil organic carbon. Mineral dusts can affect the primary productivity of terrestrial systems through nutrient transport but this process has not yet been ...
The Effects of Ash and Black Carbon (Biochar) on Germination of Different Tree Species
(Springer Nature, 2015)
Forest fires generate large amounts of ash and biochar, or black carbon (BC), that cover the soil surface, interacting with the soil’s constituents and its seedbank. This study concerns reproductive ecology assessments ...
Identification, molecular characterisation and significance of fire residues in colluvial soils from Campo Lameiro (NW Spain)
(Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Servizo de Publicacións e Intercambio Científico, 2011-06-23)
The thick organic matter-rich colluvial soils of NW Spain (Atlantic rankers), which formed as a result of Holocene slope transport processes, might well contain large amounts of Black C from palaeofires, not only as large ...