Soil CO 2 efflux in pastures and secondary forests on Hawaii Island

@inproceedings{DENDY2011SoilC2,
  title={Soil CO 2 efflux in pastures and secondary forests on Hawaii Island},
  author={JULIAN DENDY and Li Yiqing},
  year={2011}
}
Over half of the carbon (C) sequestration potential could be achieved by slowing deforestation and by allowing for reforestation on abandoned agricultural lands. It is broadly recognized that reforestation on abandoned farmlands in the tropics where high rates of deforestation and forest degradation occurs play a significant role in reducing CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. However, understanding is still poor of soil CO2 efflux and its control factors during the land-use conversion in the… CONTINUE READING

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