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Chapter 7: Managing CarbonAuthor(s): Kenneth E. Skog; Duncan C. McKinley; Richard A. Birdsey; Sarah J. Hines; Christopher W. Woodall; Elizabeth D. Reinhardt; James M. Vose
Source: In: Climate Change and United States Forests, Advances in Global Change Research 57 2014; pp. 151-182.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionStoring carbon (C) and offsetting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions with the use of wood for energy, both of which slow emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere, present significant challenges for forest management (IPCC 2001).
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CitationSkog, Kenneth E.; McKinley, Duncan C.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Hines, Sarah J.; Woodall, Christopher W.; Reinhardt, Elizabeth D.; Vose, James M. 2014. Chapter 7: Managing Carbon. In: Climate Change and United States Forests, Advances in Global Change Research 57 2014; pp. 151-182.
KeywordsGHG mitigation, forest management, forest products, wood energy, policies and programs
- Carbon sequestration in wood and paper products
- Forest Carbon Accounting Considerations in US Bioenergy Policy
- Developing an urban forest carbon market
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