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Table 6 Summary of the scope of activities, carbon pools, and geographical boundaries in REDD + reference levels

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

CountriesCarbon pools includedActivities includedBoundaryIncludes all harvesting
AGBBGBDWLTSOCHWPDefDegFCSFMEnh
ArgentinaXX    X    Sub-N 
BangladeshXX    XX  XNX
BrazilXXXX  X    Sub-N 
CambodiaXX    XX  XNX
ChiliXXX   XXX XSub-N 
ColumbiaXX    X    Sub-N 
CongoXXX   XX   NX
Costa RicaXXXX  X   XN 
Cote d’IvoireXXXX  X   XN 
DRCXX    X    N 
EcuadorXXXX  X    N 
EthiopiaXXX   X   XN 
GhanaXXXXXXXX  XNX
Guinea-BisXX    X   XSub-N 
GuyanaXXX   XX   NX
HondurasXXXX  X    N 
IndiaXXXXX    X NX
IndonesiaX   X XX   N 
Lao PDRXX    XX  XNX
MadagascarXXX X X    N 
MalaysiaXX       X Sub-N 
MexicoXX    X    N 
MongoliaXXXX  XX  XNX
MozambiqueXX    X    N 
MyanmarXX X  X   XN 
NepalXX    XX  XN 
NicaraguaXX    XX  XN 
NigeriaXX    X    N 
PanamaXXXX  XXXXXNX
PNGXX    XX  XNX
ParaguayXX    X    N 
PeruXX    X    Sub-N 
Solomon IslXX    XX  XNX
Sri LankaXX X  X   XN 
SurinameXXX   XX   NX
UgandaXX    X    N 
TanzaniaXXX   X    N 
VietnamXX    XX  XN 
ZambiaXXX   X    N 
Total393817114137162319N:3012
  1. Based on the technical assessment reports of forest reference emission levels (FREL) for the 2015–2018 assessment cycles and the FREL submissions for the 2019 assessment cycle
  2. AGB above ground biomass, BGB below ground biomass, DW dead wood, LT litter, SOC soil organic carbon, HWP harvested wood products, Def deforestation, Deg forest degradation, FC forest conservation, SFM sustainable forest management, Enh enhancement of forest removals, N national approach used, Sub-N subnational approach used