Forest biomass recovery after different anthropogenic disturbances: relative importance of changes in stand structure and wood density

@article{Lin2015ForestBR,
  title={Forest biomass recovery after different anthropogenic disturbances: relative importance of changes in stand structure and wood density},
  author={Dunmei Lin and Jiangshan Lai and Bo Yang and Piao Song and Ning Li and Haibao Ren and Keping Ma},
  journal={European Journal of Forest Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={134},
  pages={769-780}
}
Restoring the functions of disturbed forest to mitigation climate change is a main topic of policy makers. Better understanding of factors that directly influence post-disturbance forest biomass recovery is urgently needed to guide forest restoration and management. In this study, we examine changes in forest stand structure, wood density and biomass of forests recovering from different anthropogenic disturbances that represent forest land-use types in subtropical China: plantation, twice… CONTINUE READING
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