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    Author(s): Christopher W. WoodallGreg C. Liknes
    Date: 2008
    Source: Carbon Balance and Management. 3:5.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Coarse and fine woody debris are substantial forest ecosystem carbon stocks; however, there is a lack of understanding how these detrital carbon stocks vary across forested landscapes. Because forest woody detritus production and decay rates may partially depend on climatic conditions, the accumulation of coarse and fine woody debris carbon stocks in forests may be correlated with climate. This study used a nationwide inventory of coarse and fine woody debris in the United States to examine how these carbon stocks vary by climatic regions and variables.

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    Woodall, Christopher W.; Liknes, Greg C. 2008. Climatic regions as an indicator of forest coarse and fine woody debris carbon stocks in the United States. Carbon Balance and Management. 3:5.

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