Biochar is a charcoal-like material that is produced by pyrolysis of biomass. Although commonly valued as a soil amendment, biochar also holds promise by providing several mechanisms for carbon sequestration in addition to sequestering carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere in properly-buried pyrolyzed biomass.
In addition to the numerous biochar-related resources found on this website, Dr TLUD encourages everyone to explore the wealth of information found at the Biochar Discussion List and the associated BioEnergy List Website for Biochar.
- FC Trough Char-Maker of Corrugated Roofing Sheets (CRS) (Anderson, 2016)
- The Warm Heart FC Trough: A New Type of Flame Cap / Flame Curtain (FC) Biochar Production Unit
- All Biochars are Not Created Equal, and How to Tell Them Apart (McLaughlin, 2009)
- North American Biochar Symposium 2013: Small Scale Devices for Production of Biochar (Anderson, 2013)