Patterns of Below- and Aboveground Biomass in Eucalyptus populnea Woodland Communities of Northeast Australia along a Rainfall Gradient

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In vegetated terrestrial ecosystems, carbon in below- and aboveground biomass (BGB, AGB) often constitutes a significant component of total-ecosystem carbon stock. Because carbon in the BGB is difficult to measure, it is often estimated using BGB to AGB ratios. However, this ratio can change markedly along resource gradients, such as water availability… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10021-005-0155-x

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@article{Zerihun2005PatternsOB, title={Patterns of Below- and Aboveground Biomass in Eucalyptus populnea Woodland Communities of Northeast Australia along a Rainfall Gradient}, author={Ayalsew Zerihun and Kelvin D. Montagu and Madonna B. Hoffmann and Steven G. Bray}, journal={Ecosystems}, year={2005}, volume={9}, pages={501-515} }