Analysis Results

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Soil Carbon Analysis

Soil Carbon... what we tested and why
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Your Soil Carbon Results

Soil Carbon Results Raw Data (sorted Max to Min Carbon stocks)
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BULK DENSITY
Bulk density significantly affects the potential for soil Carbon changes. The lower the value the easier improvement in SOC is. Reduced SOC gains can be expected where dulk density is above threshold.
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SOC% and Carbon Stocks
The variation between SOC% and Carbon Stock per sample is where gravel and bulk density have been taken into account in the Carbon Stock values. SOC% does not account for the non-gravel portion of soil
Table: Carbon Stock and SOC% per sample site
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Photos: Simple comparison samples of poor/good bulk density and Carbon levels
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SOC Relationships Within Your Results

Carbon Modelling Result

Model of Stock Carbon stocks: December 2022
0-30cm
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Potential Carbon Project Areas



Critical Success Factors

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Cost-Benefit Analyses

Considerations:
can these be appreciably improved?
what is the T/Ha_C gain expected in each Zone
what are the inherent risks on this property to not gaining or losing SOC% over the duration of a project
Reviewed Cost Benefit Calculation of expected SOC gains: TBC
per Zone
bring in revised costings based on Recommendations
generate break-even hectares


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