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Non-tree carbon stocks in mixed dipterocarp forests Sarawak Malaysia

a method towards better carbon stock estimations based on canopy cover and basal area in logged dipterocarp forests

Non-tree carbon stocks in mixed dipterocarp forests Sarawak Malaysia

a method towards better carbon stock estimations based on canopy cover and basal area in logged dipterocarp forests

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The project, during the second phase of the geospatial assessment of the forest resources of Sarawak, anticipates working on the inventory of biomass and carbons stocks in the permanent forest estate (PFE) of Sarawak and some selected forest management units (FMUs), as well as Sarawak’s totally protected areas (TPAs) and areas licensed for planted forests (LPFs). The Geospatial project is to determine carbon stocks of all forested areas in Sarawak based on remote sensing and field verification. This research is set up to be able to make better estimations of non-tree carbon mass in mixed dipterocarp forest based on the basal area of trees and the canopy density. The non-tree carbon mass contains all living and dead organic floral biomass besides trees that is present in the forest.

OrganisatieVan Hall Larenstein
AfdelingBos- en Natuurbeheer
PartnersSarawak Forestry Corporation
Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein
Datum2020-03-01
TypeBachelor
TaalEngels

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