KraenzelCastilloMooreEtAl2003

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Kraenzel, M., Castillo, A., Moore, T., Potvin, C. (2003) Carbon storage of harvest-age teak (Tectona grandis) plantations, Panama. Forest Ecology and Management, 173(1-3):213-225.

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Reforestation is being considered as a mitigation option to reduce the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide and predicted climate change. Forestry-based carbon storage projects are being introduced in many tropical countries, and assessment of carbon storage potentials is made difficult by a lack of species-level information. We measured above- and belowground biomass and tissue carbon content of 20-year-old teak (Tectona grandis) trees in four Panamanian plantations to estimate carbon storage potential. A regression relating diameter at breast height (DBH) to total tree carbon storage was constructed and used to estimate plantation-level tree carbon storage, which averaged 120 t/ha. Litter, undergrowth and soil compartments were estimated to contain 3.4, 2.6 and 225 t C/ha, respectively. The soil carbon was a one-time measurement, not an estimate of soil C accumulation. We estimate carbon storage in Panamanian harvest-age teak plantations to be 351 t C/ha. Various methods of calculation of carbon storage in short-rotation plantations are discussed. © 2002 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.

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@ARTICLE { KraenzelCastilloMooreEtAl2003,
    AUTHOR = { Kraenzel, M. and Castillo, A. and Moore, T. and Potvin, C. },
    TITLE = { Carbon storage of harvest-age teak (Tectona grandis) plantations, Panama },
    JOURNAL = { Forest Ecology and Management },
    YEAR = { 2003 },
    VOLUME = { 173 },
    PAGES = { 213-225 },
    NUMBER = { 1-3 },
    NOTE = { 03781127 (ISSN) Cited By (since 1996): 10 Export Date: 26 April 2007 Source: Scopus CODEN: FECMD Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Kraenzel, M.P.O. Box 4 Douglastown, Que. G4X 2Z1, Canada; email: mkraenzel@hotmail.com References: Allan, T., Lanly, J.P., Overview of status and trends of world forests (1991) Technical Workshop to Explore Options for Global Forestry Management, pp. 17-39. , Howlett, D., Sargent, C. (Eds.). International Institute for Environment and Development, London; (1999) Plan de Manejo de los Parques Nacionales Soberani?a y Chagres, , Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente, Panama, 130 pp; (1999) Superficie Reforestada por Especie e an?o a Nivel Nacional, , Departamento Nacional de Plantaciones Forestales de Panama?, Panama?, 2 pp; Brown, S., Tropical forests and the global carbon cycle: The need for sustainable land use patterns (1993) Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 46, pp. 31-44; Cairns, M.A., Brown, S., Helmer, E.H., Baumgardner, G.A., Root biomass allocation in the world's upland forests (1997) Oecologia, 111, pp. 1-11; Christie, S.I., Scholes, R.J., Carbon storage in eucalyptus and pine plantations in South Africa (1995) Environ. Monit. Assess., 38, pp. 231-241; (1998) Manual del Curso Practico: Manejo de Plantaciones Forestales, , Zona notre de Costa Rica, octubre 12-16, 1998; Cuevas, E., Medina, E., Nutrient dynamics within Amazonian forests. I. Nutrient flux in fine litteffall and efficiency of nutrient utilization (1986) Oecologia, 68, pp. 466-472; Cuevas, E., Brown, S., Lugo, A.E., Above- and belowground organic matter storage and production in a tropical pine plantation and a paired broadleaf secondary forest (1991) Plant Soil., 135, pp. 257-268; (1995) Forest Resources Assessment, 1990 - Global Synthesis, , FAO Forestry Paper 124. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome; Grainger, A., Estimating areas of degraded tropical lands requiring replenishment of forest cover (1988) Int. Tree Crops J., 5, pp. 31-61; Hase, H., Foelster, H., Impact of plantation forestry with teak (Tectona grandis) on the nutrient status of young alluvial soils of West Venezuela (1983) For. Ecol. Mgmt., 6, pp. 33-57; Hesse, P.R., (1971) A Textbook of Soil Chemical Analysis, , John Murray Publishers Ltd., London, 520 pp; Jackson, R.B., Canadell, J., Ehrlinger, J.R., Mooney, H.A., Sala, O.E., Schulze, E.D., A global analysis of root distributions for terrestrial biomes (1996) Oecologia, 10 G, pp. 389-411; Jobba?gy, E.G., Jackson, R.B., The vertical distribution of soil organic carbon and its relation to climate and vegetation (2000) Ecol. Appl., 10, pp. 423-436; Karmacharya, S.B., Singh, K.P., Biomass and net production of teak plantations in a dry tropical region in India (1992) For. Ecol. Mgmt., 55, pp. 233-247; Krishnapillay, B., (2000) Silviculture and Management of Teak Plantations, , www.fao.org/docrep/x4565e/x4565e04.htm, Unasylva No. 201; Leigh E.G., Jr., Windsor, D.M., Forest production and regulation of primary consumers on Barro Colorada Island (1982) The Ecology of a Tropical Forest, , Leigh Jr., E.G., Rand, A.S., Windsor, D.M. (Eds.). Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington, DC; Lugo, A.E., Brown, S., Tropical forests as sinks of atmospheric carbon (1992) For. Ecol. Mgmt., 54, pp. 239-256; Marland, G., (1998) The Prospect for Solving the CO2 Problem through Reforestation, , DOE/NBB-0082. US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, 66 pp; Moore, T., English, N., Lewis, J., Potvin, C., Soil Carbon in a Humid Tropical Pasture Undergoing Land Use Change, , submitted for publication; Nabuurs, G.J., Mohren, J.M.G., Modelling analysis of potential carbon sequestration in selected forest types (1995) Can. J. For. Res., 25, pp. 1157-1172; Sanford, R.L., Cuevas, E., Root growth and rhizosphere interactions in tropical forests (1996) Tropical Forest Plant Ecophysiology, pp. 268-300. , Mulkey, S., Chazdon, R.L., Smith, A.P. (Eds.). Chapman \& Hall, New York; Schlichting, H., Blume, P., Stahr, K., (1995) Bodonkudliches Prakticum, 2nd Edition, p. 41. , Blackwell Science, Berlin, 295 pp; Schroeder, P., Carbon storage potential of short rotation tropical tree plantations (1992) For. Ecol. Mgmt., 50, pp. 31-41; Schroeder, P., Ladd, L., Slowing the increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide: A biological approach (1991) Clim. Change, 19, pp. 283-290; (1995) IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, , 3 Vols. IPCC, Bracknell; Vogt, K., Carbon budgets of temperate forest ecosystems (1991) Tree Physiol., 9, pp. 69-86; Weyl, R., (1980) Geology of Central America, 2nd Edition, , Gebr. Borntraeger, Berlin, 371 pp; Winjum, J.K., Schroeder, P.E., Forest plantations of the world: Their extent, ecological attributes, and carbon storage (1997) Agric. For. Meteorol., 84, pp. 153-167. },
    ABSTRACT = { Reforestation is being considered as a mitigation option to reduce the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide and predicted climate change. Forestry-based carbon storage projects are being introduced in many tropical countries, and assessment of carbon storage potentials is made difficult by a lack of species-level information. We measured above- and belowground biomass and tissue carbon content of 20-year-old teak (Tectona grandis) trees in four Panamanian plantations to estimate carbon storage potential. A regression relating diameter at breast height (DBH) to total tree carbon storage was constructed and used to estimate plantation-level tree carbon storage, which averaged 120 t/ha. Litter, undergrowth and soil compartments were estimated to contain 3.4, 2.6 and 225 t C/ha, respectively. The soil carbon was a one-time measurement, not an estimate of soil C accumulation. We estimate carbon storage in Panamanian harvest-age teak plantations to be 351 t C/ha. Various methods of calculation of carbon storage in short-rotation plantations are discussed. © 2002 Published by Elsevier Science B.V. },
    KEYWORDS = { Allometric equations Carbon dioxide mitigation Forestry Root biomass Soil carbon Biomass Carbon dioxide Climate change Soils Tissue Carbon storage Reforestation aboveground biomass belowground biomass carbon dioxide enrichment carbon sequestration plantation forestry reforestation soil carbon Biomass Carbon Dioxide Plantations Reforestation Soil Tissue Panama Tectona grandis },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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