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Appropriate measures for conservation of terrestrial carbon stocks—Analysis of trends of forest management in Southeast Asia

Literature: Journal Articles

Phat, N., Knorr, W., Kim, S. 2004 "Appropriate measures for conservation of terrestrial carbon stocks—Analysis of trends of forest management in Southeast Asia", Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 191, Iss. 1–3, pp. 283-299.

Contact Info

Corresponding author: nophea-kmpt@dkrz.de

Affiliations

  • Global Ecology Unit, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Bundesstrasse 55, D-20146 Hamburg, Germany
  • The United Graduate School of Agriculture, Gifu University, Minamiminowa 8304, Kamiina, Nagano 399-4511, Japan

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Description

  • This study seeks to find appropriate measures for sustainable use and management of tropical forests on a long-term basis in Southeast Asia.
  • The authors provide an approach for analyzing alternative forest and land management options on forest carbon stocks, including a consideration of implications.

Geographical Region

  • Mainland Southeast Asia
  • Ecosystems

  • Tropical Wet Forest
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