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Soil Carbon Monitoring Using Surveys and Modelling General Description and Application in the United Republic of Tanzania

Series: FAO Forestry Paper Volume: 168
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
60 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Soil Carbon Monitoring Using Surveys and Modelling
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Soil Carbon Monitoring Using Surveys and Modelling describes the application of survey- and modelling-based methods for monitoring soil organic carbon stock and its changes on a national scale. Soil Carbon Monitoring Using Surveys and Modelling presents i) a design of the first inventory of soil organic carbon, including discussion on factors that affect the reliability of carbon stock estimates; and ii) a design of a modelling-based approach, including links to national forest inventory data and discussion on alternative soilorganic carbon models. Both approaches can provide necessary information on soil carbon changes for a national greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory.

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Series: FAO Forestry Paper Volume: 168
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
60 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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