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Carbon pools and flux in U.S. forest productsAuthor(s): Linda S. Heath; Richard A. Birdsey; Clark Row; Andrew J. Plantinga
Source: In: Apps, M.J.; Price, D.T., eds. Forest ecosystems, forest management, and the global carbon cycle. NATO ASI Series I: global environmental changes, volume 40. [Place of publication unknown]: Springer Verlag: 271-278.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionIncreasing recognition that anthropogenic CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions may effect climate change has prompted research studies on global carbon (C) budgets and international agreements for action. At the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992, world leaders and citizens gathered and initiated the Framework Convention for Climate Change (FCCC), an agreement to address global climate change concerns.
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CitationHeath, Linda S.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Row, Clark; Plantinga, Andrew J. 1996. Carbon pools and flux in U.S. forest products. In: Apps, M.J.; Price, D.T., eds. Forest ecosystems, forest management, and the global carbon cycle. NATO ASI Series I: global environmental changes, volume 40. [Place of publication unknown]: Springer Verlag: 271-278.
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