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Table 4 Occurrence of double-counting or non-counting in each combination of different HWP approaches

From: Assessing the contribution of harvested wood products under greenhouse gas estimation: accounting under the Paris Agreement and the potential for double-counting among the choice of approaches

Exporting countryImporting countryFL pools in export countryHWP pool in export countryHWP pool in import countryNumbers of carbon countedOccurrence of double-counting or no-counting
GainLossGainLossGainLossGainLossWith imbalanced double-countingWith imbalanced non-countingWith balanced transfers but double-counting
IOIOXX    11
IOSCXX  XX22
IOP (all)XX    11
IOAFXX   X12Y
SCIOXX    11
SCSCXX  XX22
SCP (all)XX    11
SCAFXX   X12Y
PIOXXXX  22
PSCXXXXXX33Y
PP (all)XXXX  22
PAFXXXX X23Y
P-SCADIOXX    11
P-SCADSCXX  XX22
P-SCADP (all)XX    11
P-SCADAFXX   X12Y
P-SimpleIOX  X  11
P-SimpleSCX  XXX22
P-SimpleP (all)X  X  11
P-SimpleAFX  X X12Y
AFIOX     10Y
AFSCX   XX21Y
AFP (all)X     10Y
AFAFX    X11
  1. X carbon gain or loss is accounted, Y double-counting or non-counting exists, IO instantaneous oxidation, SC stock-change, P production approach, P-SCAD stock change approach for HWP of domestic origin, P-Simple simple-decay approach, P (all) production based approaches including P, SCAD and simple-decay, AF atmospheric-flow approach