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D. M. Nevskaia, Castillejos-Lopez, E., Munoz, V., and Guerrero-Ruiz, A., Adsorption of aromatic compounds from water by treated carbon materials, Environ Sci Technol, vol. 38, pp. 5786-96, 2004.
R. Ngugi and Nyariki, D., Rural livelihoods in the arid and semi-arid environments of Kenya: Sustainable alternatives and challenges, Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 22, pp. 65-71, 2005.
B. T. Nguyen, Lehmann, J., Kinyangi, J., Smernik, R., Riha, S. J., and Engelhard, M. H., Long-term black carbon dynamics in cultivated soil, Biogeochemistry (2008) 89:295, vol. 2008, p. 295, 2008.
T. H. Nguyen, Cho, H. H., Poster, D. L., and Ball, W. P., Evidence for a pore-filling mechanism in the adsorption of aromatic hydrocarbons to a natural wood char, Environ Sci Technol, vol. 41, pp. 1212-7, 2007.
J. M. Novak, Busscher, W. J., Laird, D. L., Ahmedna, M., Watts, D. W., and Niandou, M. A., Impact of Biochar Amendment on Fertility of a Southeastern Coastal Plain Soil, Soil Science, vol. 174, pp. 105-112, 2009.
E. Novotny, Hayes, M., deAzevedo , E., and Bonagamba, T., Characterisation of black carbon-rich samples by 13C solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, Naturwissenschaften, vol. 93, pp. 447-450, 2006.
T. Nunoura, Wade, S. R., Bourke, J. P., and Antal, M. J., Studies of the Flash Carbonization Process. 1. Propagation of the Flaming Pyrolysis Reaction and Performance of a Catalytic Afterburner, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, vol. 45, pp. 585-599, 2006.
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M. Sander and Pignatello, J. J., Characterization of Charcoal Adsorption Sites for Aromatic Compounds:  Insights Drawn from Single-Solute and Bi-Solute Competitive Experiments, Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 39, pp. 1606-1615, 2005.
A. Santiago and Santiago, L., Charcoal Chips as a Practical Subsctrate for Container Horticulture in The Humid Tropics, ISHS Acta Horticulturae, vol. 238, pp. 141-148, 1989.
L. C. K. M. L. H. D. A. C. A. Singer J.W., Sustainable corn-based bioenergy farming systems. , American Chemical Society National Meeting. No. 162. . American Chemical Society, 2008.
J. O. Skjemstad, Reicosky, D. C., Wilts, A. R., and McGowan, J. A., Charcoal carbon in U.S. agricultural soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 66, pp. 1249–1255, 2002.
R. J. Smernik, Kookana, R. S., and Skjemstad, J. O., NMR Characterization of 13C-Benzene Sorbed to Natural and Prepared Charcoals, Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 40, pp. 1764-1769, 2006.
V. Stamatov and Rocha, J. D., Bio-char refineries: an accessible approach for the development of biomass-based industry, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, vol. 27, pp. 217-230, 2007.
G. G. Stavropoulos, Samaras, P., and Sakellaropoulos, G. P., Effect of activated carbons modification on porosity, surface structure and phenol adsorption, J Hazard Mater, vol. 151, pp. 414-21, 2008.
C. Steiner, Teixeira, W. G., Lehmann, J., Nehls, T., de Mac, J. L. V., Blum, W. E. H., and Zech, W., Long term Effects of manure, charcoal and mineral fertilization on crop production and fertility on a highly weathered Central Amazonian upland soil, Plant Soil, 2007.
C. Steiner, Garcia, M., and Zech, W., Effects of Charcoal as Slow Release Nutrient Carrier on N-P-K Dynamics and Soil Microbial Population: Pot Experiments with Ferralsol Substrate, in Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek's Vision, 2009, pp. 325-338.
C. Steiner, Das, K., Garcia, M., Forster, B., and Zech, W., Charcoal and smoke extract stimulate the soil microbial community in a highly weathered xanthic Ferralsol, Pedobiologia, vol. 51, pp. 359-366, 2008.
C. Steiner, Soil Charcoal Amendments Maintain Soil Fertility and Create a Carbon Sink, Challenges to Organic Farming and SustainableLand Use in the Tropics andSubtropics. Witzenhausen, 2002.
C. Steiner, Teixeira, W. G., Lehmann, J., Nehls, T., de Mac, J. L. V., Blum, W. E. H., and Zech, W., Long term Effects of manure, charcoal and mineral fertilization on crop production and fertility on a highly weathered Central Amazonian upland soil, Plant Soil, 2007.
C. Steiner and Zech, W., Slash and Char as Alternative to Slash and Burn: soil charcoal amendments maintain soil fertility and establish a carbon sink, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany , 2006.
C. Steiner, Soil Charcoal Amendments Maintain Soil Fertility and Create a Carbon Sink, in Challenges to Organic Farming and SustainableLand Use in the Tropics andSubtropics, Witzenhausen, 2002.
R. W. Sterrett, Growing medium containing combusted bark particles, 1978.
P. T. Stevens and of Dr. Ron Morse, D. H., Nitrogen Management and the Effects of Compost Tea on Organic Irish Potato and Sweet Corn, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University , Blacksburg, Virginia , 2008.
Suhas, Carrott, P. J., and Ribeiro Carrott, M. M., Lignin--from natural adsorbent to activated carbon: a review, Bioresour Technol, vol. 98, pp. 2301-12, 2007.

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