S. Joseph's scientific contributions

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... In our experiments, the compounds extracted from biochars represent the "labile C" that can be rapidly utilized by microorganisms, while the residual biochar particles represent the "aromatic backbone" that is resistant to microbial decomposition and provides a microbial habitat. The comparison between "labile C" and "aromatic backbone" are relative designations (Lehmann and Joseph, 2015). ...
... Non Commercial Use (Martinez-Beltran and Manzur, 2005;Lehmann and Joseph, 2009;Khan et al., 2010;Kammann et al., 2011;Lashari et al., 2013;Imran et al., , 2019, this problem is most significant in both dry and semi-arid area where there is a dearth of water resources (Martinez-Beltran and Manzur, 2005;Maestre et al., 2007;Lei et al., 2011;Imran, 2017. ...