ORGANIC CARBON SEQUESTRATION EXAMINATION THROUGH SOIL ADVANCEMENT
Carbon sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems is, according to the Kyoto Protocol, a low-cost alternative to reducing increasing CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. It is understood that the planet's trees and their soils have a high potential for atmospheric carbon sequestration. For the last two decades, scientists have been increasingly involved in terrestrial soil carbon storage processes. The goal of this study was to summarize the significant chronological progress of soil organic carbon sequestration (SOC) research and also to underpin the issues that have yet to be addressed globally by this research.The investigator recently published on the temperature sensitivity of organic carbon and its stabilization function in various types of soil. The researchers were interested in the contribution of microbial derived carbon to the recalcitrant SOC pool and the sequestration period of microbial derived carbon in different ecosystem types. Investment in SOC sequestration is certainly insufficient to fix the fate of sequestered carbon in different soil types and their stabilization mechanisms. India is a nation that spreads across regions with diverse types of fragile ecosystems and vulnerability to global climate change, from temperate to dry desert areas.