Harvest impacts on soil carbon storage in temperate forests

@inproceedings{Nave2010HarvestIO,
  title={Harvest impacts on soil carbon storage in temperate forests},
  author={Lucas E. Nave and Eric D. Vance and Christopher W. Swanston and Peter S. Curtis},
  year={2010}
}
Forest soil carbon (C) storage is a significant component of the global C cycle, and is important for sustaining forest productivity. Although forest management may have substantial impacts on soil C storage, experimental data from forest harvesting studies have not been synthesized recently. To quantify the effects of harvesting on soil C, and to identify sources of variation in soil C responses to harvest, we used meta-analysis to test a database of 432 soil C response ratios drawn from… CONTINUE READING
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