Forecasting landscape-level carbon sequestration using gridded, spatially adjusted tree growth
We apply a method for forecasting carbon sequestration at the landscape-level, accounting for spatial and temporal scaling issues and develop formulae to incorporate spatial variability in growth and senescence functions. The effect of environmental variability was modelled by: (a) using a relationship between stand height at age 50 years and environmental characteristics; (b) adjusting the apparent age for different environments to reflect effects on growth rate; (c) adjusting age-dependent...[Show more]
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