originally posted by: FyreByrd
a reply to: zworld
I love your fire bird. That said, a linky-poo would be helpful.
Thanks FyreByrd. Here are the citations for the above minus Sillett which I have somewhere but is readily available on the net;
Alig et al 2006. Forest Carbon Dynamics in the Pacific Northwest (USA) and the St. Petersburg Region of Russia:
Comparisons and Policy Implications, Climatic Change, Jan 2006, pp. 1 -26
Bonan 2008. Ecological Climatology (2nd edition)
Deproa et al 2008. Public land, timber harvests, and climate mitigation: Quantifying carbon sequestration potential on U.S.
public timberlands. Forest Ecology and Management Volume 255, Issues 3–4, 20 March 2
Gower et al 2006. Following the Paper Trail: The Impact of Magazine and Dimensional Lumber Production on Greenhouse
Gas Emissions. Washington, D.C.: Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment.
Harmon et al 1990. Effects on Carbon Storage of Conversion of Old-Growth Forests to
Young Forests - Science 9 February 1990:Vol. 247. no. 4943, pp. 699 – 70; 008, Pages 1122–1134
Jandl et al 2007., “How Strongly Can Forest Management Influence Soil Carbon Sequestration?,” Geoderma 137 (2007):
Jones and O'Hara 2011. Carbon Storage in Young Growth Coast Redwood Stands. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-
Keith et al 2009. Re-Evaluation Of Forest Biomass Carbon Stocks And Lessons From The World’s Most Carbon-Dense
Forests. PNAS July 14, 2009 vol. 106 no. 28 11635–11640; www.pnas.orgcgidoi10.1073pnas.0901970106
Pan et al 2011. A Large and Persistent Carbon Sink in the World's Forests. Science 333, 988 (2011);
Pier 2004. Baseline Development And Estimation Of Carbon Benefits For Extending Forested Riparian
Buffer Zones In Two Regions In California. Public Interest Energy Research Program: Final Project Report.
WWW.ENERGY.CA.GOV / PIER / PROJECT REPORTS / 500-04-071.
Smith et al 2006. Methods for Calculating Forest Ecosystem and Harvested Carbon with Standard Estimates for Forest
Types of the United States. Northeastern Research Station General Technical Report NE-343
Stephenson et al 2014. Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size. Doi:10.1038/nature12914
Thomas and Martin 2012. Carbon Content of Tree Tissues: A Synthesis Forests. 2012, 3, 332-352;
Tuttle 2015. Special to The Sacramento Bee. www.sacbee.com...
Tuttle 2013. Comments on the Draft ROW recommendations: Linking California's cap-and-trade program with programs to
reduce deforestation in Acre and Chiapas. greentechleadership.org...