Carbon sinks and sources in China's forests during 1901-2001.

@article{Wang2007CarbonSA,
  title={Carbon sinks and sources in China's forests during 1901-2001.},
  author={Shaohua Wang and Jing M. Chen and Wenchui Ju and Xianfeng Feng and Min Chen and Ping-Yu Chen and Guojun Yu},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2007},
  volume={85 3},
  pages={524-37}
}
This paper reports the annual carbon (C) balance of China's forests during 1901-2001 estimated using the Integrated Terrestrial Ecosystem C-budget model (InTEC). Annual carbon source and sink distributions are simulated for the same period using various spatial datasets including land cover and leaf area index (LAI) obtained from remote sensing, soil texture, climate, forest age, and nitrogen deposition. During 1901-1949, China's forests were a source of 21.0+/-7.8 Tg C yr(-1) due to… CONTINUE READING
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