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Interactions of changing climate and shifts in forest composition on stand carbon balanceAuthor(s): Chiang Jyh-Min; Louis Iverson; Anantha Prasad; Kim Brown
Source: In: Proceedings of the Ecological Society of America 91st annual meeting; 2006 August 6-11; Memphis, TN. Abstract.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionGiven that climate influences forest biogeographic distribution, many researchers have created models predicting shifts in tree species range with future climate change scenarios. The objective of this study is to investigate the forest carbon consequences of shifts in stand species composition with current and future climate scenarios using such a model.
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CitationJyh-Min, Chiang; Iverson, Louis; Prasad, Anantha; Brown, Kim. 2006. Interactions of changing climate and shifts in forest composition on stand carbon balance. In: Proceedings of the Ecological Society of America 91st annual meeting; 2006 August 6-11; Memphis, TN. Abstract.
Keywordsclimate change, carbon sequestration, tree species range shifts
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