Implementing Australian forest management practices into a full carbon accounting model
Forest management practices affect carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions and must be considered in carbon accounting models. Forest management practices in Australia have varied over time, depending on forest type, regional influences, available markets and site quality. Remote sensing can identify some management actions, such as time of establishment and harvest (clear-cut and heavy thinning) but is less able to detect site preparation methods and continuing management such as...[Show more]
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