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The Potential for Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration in Minnesota: A Report to the Department of Natural Resources from the Minnesota Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration Initiative

  title={The Potential for Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration in Minnesota: A Report to the Department of Natural Resources from the Minnesota Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration Initiative},
  author={James L. Anderson and Rebecca A. Beduhn and Dean A. Current and Javier F. Espeleta and C. Fissore and Bjorn Gangeness and John Harting and Sarah E. Hobbie and Edward A. Nater and Peter B. Reich},
Carbon Sequestration in Selected Grass Species in a Tropical Lowland Rainforest at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria #January 26, 2017:[Expression of Concern] Plagiarism has been detected in this manuscript. JTBC staffs investigate this matter further.
Dry matter production and carbon stock in the pools of Panicum maximum, Axonopus compressus and Cynodon dactylon grass species were evaluated within the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
Development and Validation of a Testing Protocol for Carbon Sequestration Using a Controlled Environment
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Age-related patterns of forest complexity and carbon storage in pine and aspen–birch ecosystems of northern Minnesota, USA
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Hybrid poplar plantations grown on tilled agricultural lands previously in prairie, sequester significant quantities of soil carbon. Comparisons are made between hybrid poplar plantations and
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