A review of the literature found very little information on how carbon in woodland natural colonisation areas compares to planted areas of similar age. This part of the wider study set out to provide estimates of both tree biomass and soil carbon on natural colonised sites compared to adjacent tree...
Jaboury Ghazoul (Edinburgh University)
The rapid expansion of oil palm is a highly contentious issue that has captured the public imagination. Oil palm is in many of the products we use daily, and yet is castigated as a main cause of tropical forest destruction and the disempowerment of rural communities. It is also facilitated an escape […]
This bulletin presents the results of researches carried out at the Imperial Forestry Institute, Oxford, between 1948 and 1953. It deals with the processes that go on when organic material decays in the soil.
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