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Contrasting effects of straw and straw-derived biochar amendments on greenhouse gas emissions within double rice cropping systems

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成果类型:
期刊论文
作者:
Shen, Jianlin;Tang, Hong;Liu, Jieyun;Wang, Cong;Li, Yong*;Ge, Tida;Jones, Davey L.;Wu, Jinshui
通讯作者:
Li, Yong
作者机构:
[Wang, Cong; Jones, Davey L.; Wu, Jinshui; Li, Yong; Liu, Jieyun; Ge, Tida; Tang, Hong; Shen, Jianlin] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Subtrop Agr, Changsha Res Stn Agr & Environm Monitoring, Changsha 410125, Hunan, Peoples R China.
[Wang, Cong; Jones, Davey L.; Wu, Jinshui; Li, Yong; Liu, Jieyun; Ge, Tida; Tang, Hong; Shen, Jianlin] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Subtrop Agr, Key Lab Agroecol Proc Subtrop Reg, Changsha 410125, Hunan, Peoples R China.
[Tang, Hong] Hunan Agr Univ, Coll Resources & Environm, Changsha 410128, Hunan, Peoples R China.
[Jones, Davey L.] Bangor Univ, Environm Ctr Wales, Bangor LL57 2UW, Gwynedd, Wales.
通讯机构:
[Li, Yong] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Subtrop Agr, Changsha Res Stn Agr & Environm Monitoring, Changsha 410125, Hunan, Peoples R China.
语种:
英文
关键词:
Charcoal;Climate change mitigation;Crop residue;Lowland
期刊:
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment
ISSN:
0167-8809
年:
2014
卷:
188
页码:
264-274
基金类别:
National Basic Research Program of China [2012CB417105, 2011CB100506]; National International Science & Technology Cooperation Project [S2011GR0455]; National Natural Science Foundation of China [41090283, 41101247]; Chinese Academy of Sciences
机构署名:
本校为其他机构
院系归属:
资源环境学院
摘要:
The amendment of biochar derived from crop residues to soil has been proposed as a potential mitigation strategy for tackling greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in cropping systems. A field experiment was carried out to investigate GHG emissions from rice paddy fields treated with straw incorporation and straw-derived biochar amendment at various rates during two consecutive rice growing seasons in double rice cropping systems. The treatments included the following: control (no straw incorporation and no biochar amendment), low straw (rice straw incorporated at 3 t ha(-1)), high straw (rice straw incorporated at 6 t ha(-1)), low biochar (straw-derived biochar amended at 7.5 t ha(-1) in 2011 and adjusted to 24 t ha(-1) in 2012) and high biochar (straw-derived biochar amended at 22.5 t ha(-1) in 2011 and adjusted to 48 t ha(-1) in 2012). The results showed that straw incorporation significantly increased CH4 emissions relative to the control treatment, whereas biochar amendment significantly reduced CH4 emissions at the highest application rates (48 t ha(-1)), possibly due to a biochar-induced increase in soil pH. The seasonal cumulative CH4 emissions from the low and high straw treatments were 3.0-4.1 and 6.4-8.6 times greater, respectively, in the 2011 late rice season and 7-13 and 13-23 times greater, respectively, in the 2012 early rice season than those from both biochar treatments. In contrast, N2O emissions decreased by 26-68% in comparison with the control when straw was applied to the soil, but increased by 0.13-0.80 times in the presence of biochar, possibly due to the increased availability of NH4+ or NO3- originating from the added bicichar. The seasonal cumulative N2O emissions were relatively low (15-200 g N ha(-1)) across all the treatments. The estimated seasonal gross global warming potentials (GWP) of CH4 plus N2O among the treatments showed a similar pattern to the seasonal cumulative CH4 emissions due to the dominance of CH4 to gross GWP (83-99% of the total). As rice straw incorporation also reduced rice grain yield, especially during the early rice season, the yield-scaled GWPs were even higher in the straw amendment treatments compared with the biochar treatments (3.2-4.0 and 7.1-8.8 times in 2011 and 9.4-13 and 18-25 times in 2012 for the low and high straw treatments, respectively). The lower gross and yield-scaled GWPs in paddy fields amended with biochar indicated that transforming straw to biochar and subsequent addition to paddy fields has potential to mitigate GHG emissions in double rice cropping systems. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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