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Carbon fluxes and storages in forests and landscapesAuthor(s): Jiquan Chen; Ranjeet John; Ge Sun; Steve McNulty; Asko Noormets; Jingfeng Xiao; Monica G. Turner; Jerry F. Franldin
Source: In: Azevedo, J.C.; Perera, A.; Pinto, M.A., eds. Forest Landscapes and Global Change: Challenges for Research and Management. Springer. 139-166.
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Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationChen, Jiquan; John, Ranjeet; Sun, Ge; McNulty, Steve; Noormets, Asko; Xiao, Jingfeng; Turner, Monica G.; Franldin, Jerry F. 2014. Carbon fluxes and storages in forests and landscapes. In: Azevedo, J.C.; Perera, A.; Pinto, M.A., eds. Forest Landscapes and Global Change: Challenges for Research and Management. Springer. 139-166.
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