Carbon Sequestration in Loblolly Pine Plantations : Methods , Limitations , and Research Needs for Estimating Storage Pools

@inproceedings{Johnsen2005CarbonSI,
  title={Carbon Sequestration in Loblolly Pine Plantations : Methods , Limitations , and Research Needs for Estimating Storage Pools},
  author={Kurt S Johnsen and Bob Teskey and Lisa Samuelson and John R. Butnor and David Sampson and Felipe Sanchez and Chris Maier and Steve McKeand},
  year={2005}
}
Globally, the species most widely used for plantation forestry is loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). Because loblolly pine plantations are so extensive and grow so rapidly, they provide a great potential for sequestering atmospheric carbon (C). Because loblolly pine plantations are relatively simple ecosystems and because such a great volume of knowledge has been gained about the species, the quantification of C dynamics of loblolly pine stands will be relatively easy. Here, we evaluate the state… CONTINUE READING
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