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Harmonizing national forest inventoriesAuthor(s): Ronald E. McRoberts; Erkki O. Tomppo; Klemens Schadauer; Göran Ståhl
Source: Forest Science. 58(3): 189-190.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionInternational agreements increasingly require that countries report estimates of national forest resources. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change requires that countries submit annual reports of greenhouse gas emissions and removals by sources and sinks. The Convention on Biological Diversity requires that countries identify and monitor components of biological diversity for purposes of conservation and sustainable use.
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CitationMcRoberts, Ronald E.; Tomppo, Erkki O.; Schadauer, Klemens; Ståhl, Göran. 2012. Harmonizing national forest inventories. Forest Science. 58(3): 189-190.
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