Logging And Climate Change: Forest Modeling By OSU Shows Which Harvest Rotations Maximize Carbon Sequestration

Forest modeling by Oregon State University scientists shows that a site’s productivity – an indicator of how fast trees grow and how much biomass they accumulate – is the main factor that determines which time period between timber harvests allows for maximum above-ground carbon sequestration.

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