Carbon Sequestration. Akilah Martin Fall 2005. Outline. Pre-Assessment Student learning goals Carbon Sequestration Background Century Model Overview What is Expected of Students Assignment/Scenario Example Simulation. Student Learning Goals.
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Through this project students will be able to:
(2) Understand carbon sequestration processes
(3) Correlate tillage practices, soil texture, weather, and cropping sequences with optimal carbon sequestration strategies
(4) Enhance student’s decision-making skills
(5) Be able to use the concepts, generate ideas and apply what was learned in their future environmental careers
1 tonne = 1,000kg
Processes of the “Greenhouse Effect”
Source of Carbon
Industry (air pollution)
Human Activity (Farming)
Fossil Fuel Burning
Potential Carbon Sinks
Excessive carbon in the atmosphere has been a major contributor to global warming
After completion of assignment students are expected to: