Global agriculture is currently under an unprecedented pressure due to projected increases in the world’s population, a shift in developing countries toward higher consumption of resources, high-protein food consumption, and climate change. Sustainable agronomic management practices are key factors for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation. We are inviting authors to publish a paper on Special Issue "Ecosystem Fluxes in Agricultural Cropping Systems". Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2022. The issue is open to research articles and reviews covering the crop physiology and the soil microbiology related to ecosystem carbon fluxes, non CO2 emissions, the chemistry of BVOC including biosynthetic pathways, and carbon balance in agricultural cropping systems.
For more information on this Special Issue and submission guidelines, please visit the following page:
Dr. Luca Vitale
Dr. Terenzio Zenone.
Institute for Agricultural and Forestry Systems in the Mediterranean (ISAFoM), National Research Council of Italy-CNR, 80055 Portici, NA, Italy