Similar Tropical Forests Store Much Different Amounts of Carbon: New Report

September 7, 2010 by  
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photo: Lori via flickr While we’ve just learned that over 80% of new farmland in the tropics came at the expense of forests, another new study shows us that when it comes to calculating how much carbon tropical forests store , variable on the ground conditions make estimating how much sequestration potential forests have more tricky than thought.

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Similar Tropical Forests Store Much Different Amounts of Carbon: New Report

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