Estimation Of Aboveground And Belowground Carbon Sequestration Of Cupressus Lusitanica, Pinus Patula
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Estimation Of Aboveground And Belowground Carbon Sequestration Of Cupressus Lusitanica, Pinus Patula And Eucalyptus Saligna Plantation Species In Kenya
Carbon sequestration has become a crucial service forests provide for regulation and mitigation of climate change through reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In Kenya, Cupressus lusitanica, Pinus patula and Eucalyptus saligna are common exotic plantation species grown in high potential areas. They are characteristerised by fast growth resulting to removal of more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. However, little has been done in estimating aboveground and belowground carbon of these species. Therefore, this study sought to: estimate carbon sequestered by these species across ages and sites; and determine relationship between tree growth parameters and carbon biomass. The study was carrDownloadViews: 80

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