Carbon sinks are terrestrial or oceanic masses that sequester carbon. The problem is carbon cannot be trapped forever because it is part of a biogeochemical cycle. Prolonging the decay of carbon capturing plants or the vaporization of water sources would slow the release of carbon into the atmosphere. The study by Wilson et al (2000) studied land usage techniques. The paper goes into more specific detail, but by planting new trees and vegetation that can re-capture the carbon from the passing trees, in addition to manure management and other agricultural management.
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