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A framework for identifying carbon hotspots and forest management drivers


A framework for identifying carbon hotspots and forest management drivers

Timilsina, N., F.J. Escobedo, W.P. Cropper, A. Abd-Elrahman, T.J.  Brandeis, S. Delphin, and S. Lambert. 2012. A framework for identifying carbon hotspots and forest management drivers. Journal of Environmental Management 114: 293-302. doi:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2012.10.020

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