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No-till agriculture offers one way of slowing down increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide. No-till agriculture produces crop yields similar to those obtained with conventional tillage practices, protects soil against erosion, and results in increased storage of carbon in the soil. Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are contributing to the no-till revolution by increasing understanding of the soil carbon sequestration process.

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Document Title: No-Till Agriculture
Category: Agricultural Research, Atmospheric Sciences
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: Summer 2005
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