Dominic Woolf
Dominic Woolf
Cornell University, Dept. Crop and Life Sciences
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Sustainable biochar to mitigate global climate change
D Woolf, JE Amonette, FA Street-Perrott, J Lehmann, S Joseph
Nature communications 1 (1), 56, 2010
Biochar in climate change mitigation
J Lehmann, A Cowie, CA Masiello, C Kammann, D Woolf, JE Amonette, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (12), 883-892, 2021
Techno-economic assessment of biomass slow pyrolysis into different biochar and methanol concepts
S Shabangu, D Woolf, EM Fisher, LT Angenent, J Lehmann
Fuel 117, 742-748, 2014
Land‐based measures to mitigate climate change: Potential and feasibility by country
S Roe, C Streck, R Beach, J Busch, M Chapman, V Daioglou, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (23), 6025-6058, 2021
Modelling the long-term response to positive and negative priming of soil organic carbon by black carbon
D Woolf, J Lehmann
Biogeochemistry 111, 83-95, 2012
Optimal bioenergy power generation for climate change mitigation with or without carbon sequestration
D Woolf, J Lehmann, DR Lee
Nature Communications 7 (1), 13160, 2016
Biochar as a soil amendment: A review of the environmental implications
D Woolf
Swansea University, 2008
Biofuels from pyrolysis in perspective: trade-offs between energy yields and soil-carbon additions
D Woolf, J Lehmann, EM Fisher, LT Angenent
Environmental science & technology 48 (11), 6492-6499, 2014
Greenhouse gas inventory model for biochar additions to soil
D Woolf, J Lehmann, S Ogle, AW Kishimoto-Mo, B McConkey, J Baldock
Environmental science & technology 55 (21), 14795-14805, 2021
Microbial models with minimal mineral protection can explain long-term soil organic carbon persistence
D Woolf, J Lehmann
Scientific reports 9 (1), 6522, 2019
Land restoration in food security programmes: synergies with climate change mitigation
D Woolf, D Solomon, J Lehmann
Climate Policy 18 (10), 1260-1270, 2018
Priming mechanisms with additions of pyrogenic organic matter to soil
S DeCiucies, T Whitman, D Woolf, A Enders, J Lehmann
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 238, 329-342, 2018
Agricultural productivity and soil carbon dynamics: a bioeconomic model
J Berazneva, JM Conrad, DT Güereña, J Lehmann, D Woolf
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 101 (4), 1021-1046, 2019
Biochar, carbon accounting and climate change
A Cowie, D Woolf, J Gaunt, M Brandão, RA de la Rosa, A Cowie
Biochar for Environmental Management, 763-794, 2015
Organic carbon dynamics in soils with pyrogenic organic matter that received plant residue additions over seven years
RS Dharmakeerthi, K Hanley, T Whitman, D Woolf, J Lehmann
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 268-274, 2015
The role of synthetic biology in atmospheric greenhouse gas reduction: prospects and challenges
C DeLisi, A Patrinos, M MacCracken, D Drell, G Annas, A Arkin, G Church, ...
BioDesign Research 2020, 2020
Biochar for climate change mitigation
D Woolf, J Lehmann, A Cowie, ML Cayuela, T Whitman, S Sohi
Soil and climate, 219-248, 2018
Biological and thermochemical conversion of human solid waste to soil amendments
L Krounbi, A Enders, H van Es, D Woolf, B von Herzen, J Lehmann
Waste Management 89, 366-378, 2019
An open‐source biomass pyrolysis reactor
D Woolf, J Lehmann, S Joseph, C Campbell, FC Christo, LT Angenent
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 11 (6), 945-954, 2017
Generic methodologies applicable to multiple land-use categories
SM Ogle, WA Kurz, C Green, A Brandon, J Baldock, G Domke, M Herold, ...
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