Total above-ground biomass and biomass in commercial logs following the harvest of spotted gum (Corymbia maculata) forests of SE NSW
Total stand above-ground biomass (AGB) was measured at three sites of varying productivity in the Batemans Bay region of NSW. All trees with diameter at breast height (dbh) > 10 cm on three plots of 0.4-0.6 ha were weighed. Spotted gum was the dominant tree species across all sites. The basal area ranged from 29 to 43 m2 ha-1 depending on site quality. The total dry AGB was 220, 287 and 397 t ha-1 for the low, medium and high-quality sites (LQS, MQS and HQS), respectively. Spotted gum accounted...[Show more]
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