Assessing the effects of vegetation types on carbon storage fifteen years after reforestation on a Chinese fir site

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Forest ecosystems play a significant role in sequestering carbon (C) in biomass and soils. Plantations established in subtropical China since the 1980s, mainly of Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook) inmonocultures, have proved to bemajor C sinks. However, information is lacking about whether mixing Chinese fir with broadleaved tree species… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wang2009AssessingTE, title={Assessing the effects of vegetation types on carbon storage fifteen years after reforestation on a Chinese fir site}, author={Qinkui Wang and Silong Wang and Jianwei Zhang}, year={2009} }