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Table 2 Estimates of belowground carbon stocks (Tg) and associated sampling errors (SE; %) for current US national greenhouse gas inventory (BGCNGHGI) [13] and adjusted estimates (BGCClimAdj) by state

From: Comparisons of allometric and climate-derived estimates of tree coarse root carbon stocks in forests of the United States

State BGCNGHGI (SE) BGCClimAdj (SE) Mean % difference
Alabama 176.23 (1.38) 198.13 (1.4) 12.4
Alaskaa 234.3 (2.63) 252.84 (2.69) 7.9
Arizona 31.93 (4.27) 34.94 (4.2) 9.4
Arkansas 142.92 (1.61) 164.02 (1.59) 14.8
California 456.22 (1.37) 428.69 (1.27) −6.0
Colorado 128.66 (1.92) 139.28 (1.9) 8.3
Connecticut 25.9 (3.51) 28.67 (3.5) 10.7
Delaware 4.66 (6.09) 5.13 (6.11) 10.1
Florida 105.88 (2.14) 111.18 (2.15) 5.0
Georgia 191.36 (1.48) 198.67 (1.48) 3.8
Idaho 209.16 (1.77) 212.81 (1.75) 1.7
Illinois 38.95 (2.86) 45.65 (2.86) 17.2
Indiana 45.67 (1.88) 53.27 (1.88) 16.6
Iowa 18.21 (4.21) 21.34 (4.22) 17.2
Kansas 14.7 (4.2) 17.26 (4.23) 17.4
Kentucky 109.67 (1.83) 140.42 (1.84) 28.0
Louisiana 133.93 (1.65) 145.01 (1.64) 8.3
Maine 127.35 (1.42) 140.69 (1.41) 10.5
Maryland 35.24 (3.31) 38.9 (3.31) 10.4
Massachusetts 43.72 (2.55) 47.78 (2.55) 9.3
Michigan 150.1 (1.38) 176.7 (1.39) 17.7
Minnesota 82.15 (1.35) 98.24 (1.34) 19.6
Mississippi 179.82 (1.3) 199.05 (1.32) 10.7
Missouri 103.99 (1.46) 121.17 (1.46) 16.5
Montana 197.84 (1.43) 202.28 (1.42) 2.2
Nebraska 6.64 (7.21) 7.65 (7.27) 15.2
Nevada 4.21 (13.01) 4.71 (12.85) 11.9
New Hampshire 62.93 (1.82) 69.28 (1.82) 10.1
New Jersey 23.15 (3.71) 25.57 (3.73) 10.5
New Mexico 45.86 (3.43) 50.12 (3.35) 9.3
New York 235.57 (1.05) 262.74 (1.05) 11.5
North Carolina 203.82 (1.23) 214.85 (1.24) 5.4
North Dakota 2.55 (11.19) 2.98 (11.26) 16.9
Ohio 93.07 (1.75) 108 (1.75) 16.0
Oklahoma 47.62 (2.54) 58.36 (2.54) 22.6
Oregon 478.52 (1.03) 427.63 (0.99) −10.6
Pennsylvania 214 (1.1) 238.49 (1.1) 11.4
Rhode Island 4.96 (5.77) 5.44 (5.76) 9.7
South Carolina 109.52 (1.92) 112.13 (1.93) 2.4
South Dakota 7.86 (6.02) 8.68 (6.02) 10.4
Tennessee 160.47 (1.27) 203.39 (1.29) 26.7
Texas 129.47 (1.68) 149.23 (1.62) 15.3
Utah 34.85 (3.9) 38.62 (3.84) 10.8
Virginia 191.11 (1.18) 205.22 (1.19) 7.4
Washington 410.46 (1.29) 366.61 (1.26) −10.7
West Virginia 169.05 (1.18) 188.03 (1.18) 11.2
Wisconsin 108.69 (1.14) 128.72 (1.13) 18.4
Wyoming 65.9 (5.54) 69.14 (5.49) 4.9
Total 5798.84 6167.71 6.4
  1. aCoastal Alaska, only