Using the LANDIS model to evaluate forest harvesting and planting strategies under possible warming climates in Northeastern China

@inproceedings{Bu2008UsingTL,
  title={Using the LANDIS model to evaluate forest harvesting and planting strategies under possible warming climates in Northeastern China},
  author={Rencang Bu and Hong S. He and Yuanman Hu and Yu Chang and D. R. Larsen},
  year={2008}
}
The Small Khingan Mountains in northeastern China provide most of the timber and wood products in the country. Evaluating the long-term effects of harvesting and planting strategies is important especially as the climate changes. In this study, we evaluated the effects of the projected climate warming on potential changes in species’ coverage (percent cover), area harvested (percentage of the study area) and species harvested, using the LANDIS model. Our evaluation was based on the harvest and… CONTINUE READING
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