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A simulation study on the responses of forests in Northeastern China to possible climate change was done by running NEWCOP, a computer model of forest stands “gap” dynamics with a set of parameters of 24 tree species. Based on the simulation, climate change will continue to make coniferous trees less and less and deciduous trees more and more. By the end of(More)
The soil CO2 evolution rate was measured in a virgin Korean pine forest. The results in June showed that the lowest value of evolution rate was 220 mg/(m2·h) and appeared at 6:00 a.m. The highest value was 460 mg/(m2·h) at 18:00. The rates of CO2 evolution were related with soil temperature. On the basis of the constructed regression equation and the(More)
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