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  1. The fast-growing introduced mangrove Sonneratia apetala is widely used for mangrove afforestation and reforestation in China. Some studies suggested that this exotic species outperforms native species in terms of...

    Authors: Ziying He, Huaye Sun, Yisheng Peng, Zhan Hu, Yingjie Cao and Shing Yip Lee
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:28
  2. Mangrove forests have gained recognition for their potential role in climate change mitigation due to carbon sequestration in live trees, and carbon storage in the sediments trapped by mangrove tree roots and ...

    Authors: Georgia de Jong Cleyndert, Aida Cuni-Sanchez, Hamidu A. Seki, Deo D. Shirima, Pantaleo K. T. Munishi, Neil Burgess, Kim Calders and Robert Marchant
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:27
  3. Quantifying CO2 emissions from cities is of great importance because cities contribute more than 70% of the global total CO2 emissions. As the largest urbanized megalopolis region in northern China, the Beijing-T...

    Authors: Pengfei Han, Ning Zeng, Tomohiro Oda, Wen Zhang, Xiaohui Lin, Di Liu, Qixiang Cai, Xiaolin Ma, Wenjun Meng, Guocheng Wang, Rong Wang and Bo Zheng
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:25
  4. Water-use efficiency (WUE) represents the coupling of forest carbon and water. Little is known about the responses of WUE to thinning at multiple spatial scales. The objective of this research was to use field...

    Authors: Yi Wang, Antonio D. del Campo, Xiaohua Wei, Rita Winkler, Wanyi Liu and Qiang Li
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:24
  5. Organic viticulture can generate a range of ecosystem services including supporting biodiversity, reducing the use of conventional pesticides and fertilizers, and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions through lo...

    Authors: J. N. Williams, J. A. Morandé, M. G. Vaghti, J Medellín-Azuara and J. H. Viers
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:23
  6. Cities contribute more than 70% of global anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and are leading the effort to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through sustainable planning and development. However, ur...

    Authors: Geoffrey S. Roest, K. R. Gurney, S. M. Miller and J. Liang
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:22
  7. The potential contributions from forest-based greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation actions need to be quantified to develop pathways towards net negative emissions. Here we present results from a comparative analys...

    Authors: C. E. Smyth, Z. Xu, T. C. Lemprière and W. A. Kurz
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:21
  8. Satellite imagery will offer unparalleled global spatial coverage at high-resolution for long term cost-effective monitoring of CO2 concentration plumes generated by emission hotspots. CO2 emissions can then be e...

    Authors: Franck Lespinas, Yilong Wang, Grégoire Broquet, François-Marie Bréon, Michael Buchwitz, Maximilian Reuter, Yasjka Meijer, Armin Loescher, Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Bo Zheng and Philippe Ciais
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:18
  9. The occurrence of climate change at an unprecedented scale has resulted in alterations of ecosystems around the world. Numerous studies have reported on the potential to slow down climate change through the se...

    Authors: Deekirikewage Dona Thamali Lushanya Dayathilake, Erandathie Lokupitiya and Vithana Pathirannehelage Indika Sandamali Wijeratne
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:17
  10. Globally, vegetation in riparian zones is frequently the target of restoration efforts because of its importance in reducing the input of eroded sediment and agricultural nutrient runoff to surface waters. Her...

    Authors: Virginia Matzek, David Lewis, Anthony O’Geen, Michael Lennox, Sean D. Hogan, Shane T. Feirer, Valerie Eviner and Kenneth W. Tate
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:16
  11. Reliable information about the spatial distribution of aboveground biomass (AGB) in tropical forests is fundamental for climate change mitigation and for maintaining carbon stocks. Recent AGB maps at continent...

    Authors: J. Luis Hernández-Stefanoni, Miguel Ángel Castillo-Santiago, Jean Francois Mas, Charlotte E. Wheeler, Juan Andres-Mauricio, Fernando Tun-Dzul, Stephanie P. George-Chacón, Gabriela Reyes-Palomeque, Blanca Castellanos-Basto, Raúl Vaca and Juan Manuel Dupuy
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:15
  12. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Milton Serpa de Meira Junior, José Roberto Rodrigues Pinto, Natália Oliveira Ramos, Eder Pereira Miguel, Ricardo de Oliveira Gaspar and Oliver L. Phillips
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:14

    The original article was published in Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:12

  13. Despite the widely recognized importance of aquatic processes for bridging gaps in the global carbon cycle, there is still a lack of understanding of the role of riverbed processes for carbon flows and stocks ...

    Authors: Junyu Qi, Xuesong Zhang, Sangchul Lee, Yiping Wu, Glenn E. Moglen and Gregory W. McCarty
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:13
  14. Long-term studies of community and population dynamics indicate that abrupt disturbances often catalyse changes in vegetation and carbon stocks. These disturbances include the opening of clearings, rainfall se...

    Authors: Milton Serpa de Meira Junior, José Roberto Rodrigues Pinto, Natália Oliveira Ramos, Eder Pereira Miguel, Ricardo de Oliveira Gaspar and Oliver L. Phillips
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:12

    The Correction to this article has been published in Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:14

  15. Reducing net greenhouse gas emissions through conserving existing forest carbon stocks and encouraging additional uptake of carbon in existing and new forests have become important climate change mitigation to...

    Authors: Stephen J. Wakelin, Nigel Searles, Daniel Lawrence and Thomas S. H. Paul
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:10
  16. Compilation of emission inventories (EIs) for cities is a whole new challenge to assess the subnational climate mitigation effort under the Paris Climate Agreement. Some cities have started compiling EIs, ofte...

    Authors: Jingwen Chen, Fang Zhao, Ning Zeng and Tomohiro Oda
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:9
  17. Biomass maps are valuable tools for estimating forest carbon and forest planning. Individual-tree biomass estimates made using allometric equations are the foundation for these maps, yet the potentially-high u...

    Authors: Anthony G. Vorster, Paul H. Evangelista, Atticus E. L. Stovall and Seth Ex
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:8
  18. Intensification of agricultural systems may result in overexploitation of water resources in arid regions because enhanced productivity of crops is often associated with increased actual evapotranspiration (AE...

    Authors: Wu Lei, Li Changbin, Xie Xuhong, He Zhibin, Wang Wanrui, Zhang Yuan, Wei Jianmei and Lv Jianan
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:7
  19. Grassland ecosystems play an important role in the terrestrial carbon cycles through carbon emission by ecosystem respiration (Re) and carbon uptake by plant photosynthesis (GPP). Surprisingly, given Re occupies ...

    Authors: Xuguang Tang, Yanlian Zhou, Hengpeng Li, Li Yao, Zhi Ding, Mingguo Ma and Pujia Yu
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:6
  20. Forests are an important component of the global carbon balance, and climate sensitive growth and yield models are an essential tool when predicting future forest conditions. In this study, we used the dynamic...

    Authors: Patrick A. Fekety, Nicholas L. Crookston, Andrew T. Hudak, Steven K. Filippelli, Jody C. Vogeler and Michael J. Falkowski
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:5
  21. Reduction of carbon emissions from peatlands is recognized as an important factor in global climate change mitigation. Within the SE Asia region, areas of deeper peat present the greatest carbon stocks, and th...

    Authors: Ronald Vernimmen, Aljosja Hooijer, Rizka Akmalia, Natan Fitranatanegara, Dedi Mulyadi, Angga Yuherdha, Heri Andreas and Susan Page
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:4
  22. Annual total Gross Primary Production (GPP) and Net Primary Production (NPP) and the annual total stored GPP and NPP are tightly coupled to land cover distributions because the distinct vegetation conditions o...

    Authors: Liwei Ma
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:3
  23. Recent increases in forest tree mortality should increase the abundance coarse woody detritus (CWD) and ultimately lead to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide. However, the time course of carbon release from ...

    Authors: Mark E. Harmon, Becky G. Fasth, Misha Yatskov, Douglas Kastendick, Joachim Rock and Christopher W. Woodall
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:1
  24. A significant source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions comes from the manufacture of synthetic nitrogen (N) fertilizers consumed in crop production processes. And the application of synthetic N fertilizers is ...

    Authors: Rushan Chai, Xinxin Ye, Chao Ma, Qingyun Wang, Renfeng Tu, Ligan Zhang and Hongjian Gao
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:20
  25. Application of allometric equations for quantifying forests aboveground biomass is a crucial step related to efforts of climate change mitigation. Generalized allometric equations have been applied for estimat...

    Authors: Damena Edae Daba and Teshome Soromessa
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:18
  26. While the capability of forests to sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) is acknowledged as an important component in fighting climate change, a closer look reveals the difficulties in determining the actual contributio...

    Authors: Joachim H. A. Krug
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:17
  27. Although there is broad agreement that negative carbon emissions may be required in order to meet the global climate change targets specified in the Paris Agreement and that carbon sequestration in the terrest...

    Authors: Lindsey Wise, Eric Marland, Gregg Marland, Jason Hoyle, Tamara Kowalczyk, Tatyana Ruseva, Jeffrey Colby and Timothy Kinlaw
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:16
  28. There are multiple approaches for estimating emissions and removals arising from harvested wood products (HWP) based on differences between when and where a given carbon stock change is calculated. At this mom...

    Authors: Atsushi Sato and Yukihiro Nojiri
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:15
  29. Climate change has emerged as one of the most important environmental issues worldwide. As the world’s biggest developing country, China is participating in combating climate change by promoting a low carbon e...

    Authors: Wenjuan Yang, Rongqin Zhao, Xiaowei Chuai, Liangang Xiao, Lianhai Cao, Zhanping Zhang, Qinglin Yang and Lunguang Yao
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:14
  30. It is important to quantify changes in CO2 sources and sinks with land use and land cover change. In the last several decades, carbon sources and sinks in East Asia have been altered by intensive land cover chang...

    Authors: Je-Woo Hong, Jinkyu Hong, Junghwa Chun, Yong Hee Lee, Lim-Seok Chang, Jae-Bum Lee, Keewook Yi, Young-San Park, Young-Hwa Byun and Sangwon Joo
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:13
  31. To reduce the uncertainty in estimates of carbon emissions resulting from deforestation and forest degradation, better information on the carbon density per land use/land cover (LULC) class and in situ carbon ...

    Authors: Adéyèmi Chabi, Sven Lautenbach, Jérôme Ebagnerin Tondoh, Vincent Oladokoun Agnila Orekan, Stephen Adu-Bredu, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Vincent Joseph Mama and John Fonweban
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:12
  32. Brazilian Amazon forests contain a large stock of carbon that could be released into the atmosphere as a result of land use and cover change. To quantify the carbon stocks, Brazil has forest inventory plots fr...

    Authors: Graciela Tejada, Eric Bastos Görgens, Fernando Del Bon Espírito-Santo, Roberta Zecchini Cantinho and Jean Pierre Ometto
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:11
  33. In 2018, the European Union (EU) adopted Regulation 2018/841, which sets the accounting rules for the land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) sector for the period 2021–2030. This regulation is part of...

    Authors: Nicklas Forsell, Anu Korosuo, Mykola Gusti, Sebastian Rüter, Petr Havlik and Michael Obersteiner
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:10
  34. Comparisons of soil carbon (C) pools across land uses can be confounded by site-specific history. To better quantify the response of soil C pools to residential development and use, we compared yard soils (n =...

    Authors: Morgan E. Peach, Laura A. Ogden, Eleni A. Mora and Andrew J. Friedland
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:9

    The Correction to this article has been published in Carbon Balance and Management 2020 15:11

  35. A recent article by Luyssaert et al. (Nature 562:259–262, 2018) analyses the climate impact of forest management in the European Union, considering both biogeochemical (i.e., greenhouse gases, GHG) and biophysica...

    Authors: Giacomo Grassi, Alessandro Cescatti, Robert Matthews, Gregory Duveiller, Andrea Camia, Sandro Federici, Jo House, Nathalie de Noblet-Ducoudré, Roberto Pilli and Matteo Vizzarri
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:8
  36. In order to use in situ measurements to constrain urban anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), we use a Lagrangian methodology based on diffusive backward trajectory tracer reconstructions and Bayesian ...

    Authors: Ignacio Pisso, Prabir Patra, Masayuki Takigawa, Toshinobu Machida, Hidekazu Matsueda and Yousuke Sawa
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:6
  37. The Cerrado is the second largest biome in Brazil and the most biodiverse tropical savannah in the world and acts as a great sequester of atmospheric carbon. The lack of studies related to the quantification o...

    Authors: Camila Paula de Oliveira, Márcio Rocha Francelino, Mayara Daher, Emanuel José Gomes de Araújo, Leonardo de Souza Sanches, Kauanna Domingues Cabral de Andrade and Júlia Santos Nunes de Campos
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:5
  38. Developing countries participating in the mitigation mechanism of reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+), are required to establish a forest reference emission level (FREL), if th...

    Authors: Ernest William Mauya, Wilson Ancelm Mugasha, Marco Andrew Njana, Eliakimu Zahabu and Rogers Malimbwi
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:4
  39. The Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) sector is responsible for almost a quarter of the global Greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. The emissions associated with AFOLU activities are projected to i...

    Authors: Bijay Bahadur Pradhan, Achiraya Chaichaloempreecha and Bundit Limmeechokchai
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:3
  40. Wet tropical forests of Chocó, along the Pacific Coast of Colombia, are known for their high plant diversity and endemic species. With increasing pressure of degradation and deforestation, these forests have b...

    Authors: Victoria Meyer, Sassan Saatchi, António Ferraz, Liang Xu, Alvaro Duque, Mariano García and Jérôme Chave
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:2
  41. Unlike in the developed countries, Ethiopia does not have carbon inventories and databank to monitor and enhance carbon sequestration potential of different forests. Only small efforts have been made so far to...

    Authors: Abyot Dibaba, Teshome Soromessa and Bikila Workineh
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2019 14:1
  42. There has been growing interest in the development of waste-specific decay factors for estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from landfills in national greenhouse gas inventories. Although engineered wood pro...

    Authors: Fabiano A. Ximenes, Amrit Kathuria, Morton A. Barlaz and Annette L. Cowie
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2018 13:27
  43. Concern about climate change has motivated France to reduce its reliance on fossil fuel by setting targets for increased biomass-based renewable energy production. This study quantifies the carbon costs and be...

    Authors: Aude Valade, Sebastiaan Luyssaert, Patrick Vallet, Sylvestre Njakou Djomo, Ingride Jesus Van Der Kellen and Valentin Bellassen
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2018 13:26

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