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27 June 2008
Carbon accumulation in European forests
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Author:  P.Cias, M.J. Schelhaas, S. Zaehle, S.L. Piao, A. Cescatti, J.Liski, S. Luyssaert, G. Le-Maire, E.-D.Schulze, O. Bouriaud, A. Freibauer, R. Valentini, G.J. Nabuurs
Year Published: 2008
Category: Journal article, Nature Geoscience Vol 1
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http://www.nature.com/naturegeoscience

Abstract:

European forests are intensivly exploited for wood products, yet they also form a potential sink for carbon. European forest inventories, available for the past 50 years, can be combined with timber harvest statistics to assess changes in this carbon sink. Analysis of these data sets between 1950 and 2000 from the EU-15 countries excluding Luxembourg, plus Norway and Switzeralnd, reveals that there is a tight relationship between increases in forest biomass and forest ecosystem productivity [Author: OK?] but timber harvests grew more slowly. Encouragingly, the type of silviculture that has been developed over the past 50 years [Author: OK?] can efficiently sequester carbon on timescales of decades, while maintaining forests that meet the demand for wood. However, a return to using wood as biofuel and hence shorter rotations in forestry could cancel out the benefits of carbon storage over the past five decades.
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12 June 2008
Optimising the management of Pinus nigra Arn. stands under endogenous risk of fire in Catalonia
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Author:  González J.R., Palahí M., Trasobares A., Pukkala T.
Year Published: 2008
Category: Journal article,Investigación Agraria: Sistemas y Recursos Forestales 17(1), 10-17
Avaialable From:
http://www.inia.es/inia/contenidos/publicaciones/index.jsp?intranet=0&idcategoria=2836

Abstract:
The present study considers the risk of fire as an endogenous component in a stand management optimisation problem for even-aged Pinus nigra Arn. stands in Catalonia (North-east Spain). A simulation-optimisation system, RODAL, was used to determine the optimal stand management when maximal soil expectation value (SEV) was the objective. This system was modified to include fire occurrence and post-fire tree survival models.


 
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