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Biochar-based carbon management networks (BCMNs) are systems that are intended to strategically plan carbon sequestration via systematic production and allocation of biochars for long-term storage to agricultural lands and for simultaneous improvement of soil properties. Other significant potential benefit includes supply of clean energy in gaseous (biogas) or liquid (bio-oil) form. However, a challenge still exists in determining the levels of biochar contaminants that the soil can tolerate.doi:10.3303/cet2183028 doaj:26f2f3e325784f81a686b2ec660bd6b6 fatcat:dh5m4kcobrfvfmtsbd3kdnipfu