Dynamics of aboveground carbon stocks in a selectively logged tropical forest.

@article{Blanc2009DynamicsOA,
  title={Dynamics of aboveground carbon stocks in a selectively logged tropical forest.},
  author={Lilian Blanc and Marion Echard and Bruno H{\'e}rault and Damien Bonal and Eric Marcon and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Chave and Christopher Baraloto},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={1397-404}
}
The expansion of selective logging in tropical forests may be an important source of global carbon emissions. However, the effects of logging practices on the carbon cycle have never been quantified over long periods of time. We followed the fate of more than 60 000 tropical trees over 23 years to assess changes in aboveground carbon stocks in 48 1.56-ha plots in French Guiana that represent a gradient of timber harvest intensities, with and without intensive timber stand improvement (TSI… CONTINUE READING
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