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New estimates of carbon storage and sequestration in China's forests: effects of age-class and methods on inventory-based carbon estimationAuthor(s): Yude Pan; Tianxiang Luo; Richard Birdsey; John Hom; Jerry Melillo
Source: Climatic Change. 67: 211-236.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationPan, Yude; Luo, Tianxiang; Birdsey, Richard; Hom, John; Melillo, Jerry. 2004. New estimates of carbon storage and sequestration in China''s forests: effects of age-class and methods on inventory-based carbon estimation. Climatic Change. 67: 211-236.
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