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Meeting global policy commitments: carbon sequestration and southern pine forestsAuthor(s): Kurt H. Johnsen; Dave Wear; R. Oren; R.O. Teskey; Felipe Sanchez; R. Will; John Butnor; D. Markewitz; D. Richter; T. Rials; H.L. Allen; J. Seiler; D. Ellsworth; Christopher Maier; G. Katul; P.M. Dougherty
Source: Journal of Forestry
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationJohnsen, Kurt H.; Wear, D.; Oren, R.; Teskey, R.O.; Sanchez, F.; Will, R.; Butnor, J.; Markewitz, D.; Richter, D.; Rials, T.; Allen, H.L.; Seiler, J.; Ellsworth, D.; Maier, C.; Katul, G.; Dougherty, P.M. 2001. Meeting global policy commitments: carbon sequestration and southern pine forests. Journal of Forestry, Volume 99, Number 4, 1 2001, pp. 14-21(8).
Keywordscarbon sequestration, environmental management, forest, forest management, forest resources, forestry, forestry research, forestry science, natural resource management, natural resources, southern pine forests
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