GFBI International Seminar by Laura Zeller The Technical University of Munich, Germany 11:00am-12:00pm March 31, 2017 Percival 335, West Virginia University, USA Quantifying Forest Structural Diversity in the USA In recent studies mixed forests were found to be more productive than monocultures. In order to find out (I) how forest structure is related to climatic conditions, (II) how productivity is determined by forest structure, and (III) if forest structure and productivit
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Tropical forests managed principally for timber production, if logging is well done, provides important carbon storage and sequestration services. Forestry practices that reduce damage to the forest during and after logging, can help maintain and promote timber stock recovery as well as carbon storage and carbon sequestration services.
In this study we evaluated the performance of the CELOS timber harvest system as it relates to the time needed to recover timber and carbon