Hines.Blogspot.Com: Domain DB Profile

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All Media Count   37
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   36 (97.30%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.83
Combined Polarization   6.43
Combined Activity   0.78
Combined Personalization   0.78
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   2.83
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   3/2/2010
Last Seen   12/20/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  33 / 3161 days (1.04%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Johannes Lehmann   24.32% (9)
James Lovelock   10.81% (4)
Eric Twombly   5.41% (2)
Paul Wever   5.41% (2)
Latin America   5.41% (2)

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Cornell University   16.22% (6)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory   8.11% (3)
Department Of Energy   5.41% (2)
Illinois Sustainable Technology Center   5.41% (2)
America Foundation   5.41% (2)

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Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   8.11% (3)
Iowa State University, Iowa, United States   5.41% (2)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   5.41% (2)
Columbia, Washington, United States   5.41% (2)
Nairobi, Nairobi Area, Kenya   5.41% (2)

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Top Blogs

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Hines.Blogspot.Com   97.30% (36)

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Hines Farm Blog: Dr. Tom Goreau on Rock Dust and Biochar as a Strategy for Carbon Sequestration at SER2011 - YouTube

...... records and other fields. Was educated at MIT, Caltech, Yale, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Harvard. Dr. Tom Goreau on Rock Dust and Biochar as a Strategy for Carbon Sequestration at SER2011 - YouTube ......

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Hines Farm Blog: Some scientists think that biochar is the key to extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere - Could Photosynthesis Be Our Best Defense Against Climate Change? | Mother Jones

...... more without upsetting the balance of natural systems. Using photosynthesis and agriculture to extract carbon should not be confused with other methods that sound similar, such as "carbon capture and sequestration." CCS, as experts call it, is a technology that would capture carbon dioxide released when a power plant burned coal (or, in theory, other fossil fuels) to generate electricity. A ......

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Pol: 7.48%
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Hines Farm Blog: Michael Pollan on agriculture's role in fighting climate change. - Slate Magazine

...... at Texas State University, who wrote in Slate that the most comprehensive scholarly analyses of holistic grazing found that it did not improve plant growth or, by implication, carbon sequestration. Savory and his allies argue that the studies cited by McWilliams did not follow his prescribed methods of holistic management and thus prove nothing about it. For his part, Pollan emphasizes that ......

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Tone: 1.44%
Pol: 6.87%
Act: 20.54%
Per: 1.27%
Que: 6.56%
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Hines Farm Blog: IPS Peak Water, Peak OilNow, Peak Soil? | Inter Press Service

...... to the European Commission. "While soil is invisible to most people it provides an estimated 1.5 to 13 trillion dollars in ecosystem services annually," Glover said at the Soil Carbon Sequestration conference that ended this week. The dirt beneath our feet is a nearly magical world filled with tiny, wondrous creatures. A mere handful of soil might contain a half million different species ......

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Tone: 1.99%
Pol: 7.79%
Act: 25.29%
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Hines Farm Blog: Biochar reduces nasty nitrous oxide emissions on farms | Cornell Chronicle

...... nitrous oxide. "Despite this large importance of nitrous oxide for greenhouse gas emissions, there are very few strategies to mitigate the emissions in agriculture, compared to carbon sequestration in soils," says Lehmann. First author Maria Luz Cayuela, a former Cornell postdoctoral researcher in Lehmann's lab and now at the Universidad de Murcia, Spain, led the study. The soils and the ......

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