Carbon flows – key to pastoral productivity

Member Alan Lauder is continuing his series of columns explaining the functioning of pastoral lands, based on science fortified with paddock-scale observations. Flows of carbon carry energy and nutrients and make them available to plants and animals. The materials on Mr Lauder’s member’s page Carbon stocks and flows are essential reading for every grazier, extension officer and those running programs to sequester carbon emissions. The page presents his ground-breaking book of 2008 Carbon Grazing – The Missing Link along with updates and the easy-to-read columns.