Quantifying carbon stores and decomposition in dead wood: A review

@inproceedings{Russell2015QuantifyingCS,
  title={Quantifying carbon stores and decomposition in dead wood: A review},
  author={Matthew B. Russell and Shawn Fraver and Tuomas Aakala and Jeffrey H. Gove and Christopher W. Woodall and Anthony W. D’Amato and Mark J. Ducey},
  year={2015}
}
The amount and dynamics of forest dead wood (both standing and downed) has been quantified by a variety of approaches throughout the forest science and ecology literature. Differences in the sampling and quantification of dead wood can lead to differences in our understanding of forests and their role in the sequestration and emissions of CO2, as well as in developing appropriate strategies for achieving dead wood-related objectives, including biodiversity protection, and procurement of forest… CONTINUE READING

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