Biometric and Micrometeorological Measurements of Tropical Forest Carbon Balance

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We used two independent approaches, biometry and micrometeorology, to determine the net ecosystem production (NEP) of an old growth forest in Pará, Brazil. Biometric inventories indicated that the forest was either a source or, at most, a modest sink of carbon from 1984 to 2000 (10.8 6 2 Mg C·ha21·yr21; a positive flux indicates carbon loss by the forest, a… (More)

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@inproceedings{MillerBiometricAM, title={Biometric and Micrometeorological Measurements of Tropical Forest Carbon Balance}, author={Scott D. Miller and Michael L. Goulden and MARY C. MENTON and HUMBERTO R and D. F. S. Rocha and HELBER C and DE FREITAS and A Michela and Etelvina Figueira and CLEILIM ALBERT DIAS} }