Special Issue "Sustainable Biochar"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2015)
Biochar, as a sustainable material, has been used in many different areas. Biochar can be produced from different feedstock, and carries great potential to achieve sustainability for material, energy, agriculture, and environmental applications. In this Special Issue, we welcome your contribution to any aspect of biochar research and development, including, but not limited to, biochar production, biochar characterization, biochar application in different areas, and system development and analysis.Dr. Zhiyong Jason Ren
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- water and wastewater
- soil amendment
- energy material
- carbon sequestration