Lacking of detail data, forest carbon stock estimation with forest inventory data usually excludes or underestimates understory carbon storage. To quantify the effects of understory on carbon sequestration in a natural secondary Pinus tabulaeformis forest, organ biomass models for arbor, shrub to their growth indices were regressed. Biomass of herbage was estimated in a stratified sampling method. Soil respiration in forest land was measured. Based on above data, carbon budget of Pinus tabulaeformis forest was assessed as 1.882 CO2 Mghm−2year−1, 37.04% of the entire vegetation’s yearly net carbon storage belonging to understory.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 22, 2015
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