Forests are important for carbon sequestration and how they are manipulated either through natural or human induced disturbances can have an effect on CO2 emissions and carbon sequestration. The 2009 National Silviculture Workshop presented scientific information and management strategies to meet a variety of objectives while simultaneously addressing carbon sequestration and biomass utilization. The focus areas were: the role of climate change in science and management; silvicultural methods to address carbon sequestration and biomass utilization; alternative silvicultural strategies to address the growth and development of forests; and current applications of computer simulation models or modeling techniques designed to provide decision support.Res. Pap. NC-233. St. Paul, MN: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. 7 p. ... Fort Collins, CO: 7-14. Davis, Lawrence S.; Johnson, K. Norman. ... Max, T A.; Schreuder, H. T.; Hazard, J. W.; Oswald ... The Forest Inventory and Analysis Database: Database Description and Users Manual Version 1.0. ... An Empirical Approach for Estimating Natural Regeneration for the Forest. 306 USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-61. 2010.
|Title||:||Integrated Management of Carbon Sequestration and Biomass Utilization Opportunities in a Changing Climate|