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  1. The changes and influencing factors of soil inorganic carbon (SIC) and organic carbon (SOC) on precipitation gradients are crucial for predicting and evaluating carbon storage changes at the regional scale. Ho...

    Authors: Xinglin Zhu, Jianhua Si, Bing Jia, Xiaohui He, Dongmeng Zhou, Chunlin Wang, Jie Qin, Zijin Liu and Li Zhang
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:19
  2. Achieving a net zero greenhouse gas United States (US) economy is likely to require both deep sectoral mitigation and additional carbon dioxide removals to offset hard-to-abate emissions. Enhancing the terrest...

    Authors: Maridee Weber, Marshall Wise, Patrick Lamers, Yong Wang, Greg Avery, Kendalynn A. Morris and Jae Edmonds
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:18
  3. Mangrove ecosystems exhibit significant carbon storage and sequestration. Its capacity to store and sequester significant amounts of carbon makes this ecosystem very important for climate change mitigation. In...

    Authors: Virni Budi Arifanti, Randi Ade Candra, Chandra Agung Septiadi Putra, Adibtya Asyhari, Adi Gangga, Rasis Putra Ritonga, Muhammad Ilman, Aji W. Anggoro and Nisa Novita
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:17
  4. Carbon (C) sink and stock are among the most important ecosystem services provided by forests in climate change mitigation policies. In this context, old-growth forests constitute an essential reference point ...

    Authors: Alessia Bono, Giorgio Alberti, Roberta Berretti, Milic Curovic, Vojislav Dukic and Renzo Motta
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:20

  5. It is always a challenging job to compare forest resources as there is not a standardized spatial unit with location information. Google Plus Code, the newest alphanumeric geocoding system, uses 20 specificall...

    Authors: Xiaorong Wen, Li Yang, Yanli Zhang, Qiulai Wang, Jinsheng Ye and Matthew McBroom
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:13
  6. Energy conservation and emission reduction policies restrict the economic and social development of all countries in the world, and the impact on China, which has low urbanization, is more serious. In the proc...

    Authors: Jianguang Niu, Boxiong Xin, Boyu Xin, Yuke Zhang and Mingqi Wang
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:12
  7. Plantation forests are a nature-based solution to sequester atmospheric carbon and, therefore, mitigate anthropogenic climate change. The choice of tree species for afforestation is subject to debate within Ne...

    Authors: Serajis Salekin, Yvette L. Dickinson, Mark Bloomberg and Dean F. Meason
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:11
  8. Black carbon (BC) encompasses a range of carbonaceous materials––including soot, char, and charcoal––derived from the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels and biomass. Urban soils can become enriched in BC du...

    Authors: Molly Burke, Erika Marín-Spiotta and Alexandra G. Ponette-González
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:9
  9. Wood products continue to store carbon sequestered in forests after harvest and therefore play an important role in the total carbon storage associated with the forest sector. Trade-offs between carbon sequest...

    Authors: Sarah J. Puls, Rachel L. Cook, Justin S. Baker, James L. Rakestraw and Andrew Trlica
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:8
  10. U.S. agricultural producers are increasingly able to participate in private voluntary carbon initiatives that compensate their efforts to sequester CO2, reduce GHG emissions, and provide ecosystem services throug...

    Authors: Alejandro Plastina, Haeun Jo and Oranuch Wongpiyabovorn
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:7
  11. Two major factors that determine the efficiency of programs designed to mitigate greenhouse gases by encouraging voluntary changes in U.S. agricultural land management are the effect of land use changes on pro...

    Authors: Micah V. Cameron-Harp, Nathan P. Hendricks and Nicholas A. Potter
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:6
  12. In most regions and ecosystems, soils are the largest terrestrial carbon pool. Their potential vulnerability to climate and land use change, management, and other drivers, along with soils’ ability to mitigate...

    Authors: Lucas E. Nave, Kendall DeLyser, Grant M. Domke, Scott M. Holub, Maria K. Janowiak, Adrienne B. Keller, Matthew P. Peters, Kevin A. Solarik, Brian F. Walters and Christopher W. Swanston
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:5
  13. This article describes a new procedure to estimate the mean and variance of greenhouse gases (GHG) emission factors based on different, possibly conflicting, estimates for these emission factors. The procedure...

    Authors: Ernesto C. Marujo, Gleice G. Rodrigues and Arthur A. Covatti
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:4
  14. The study of soil organic carbon characteristics and its relationship with soil environment and vegetation types is of great significance to the evaluation of soil carbon sink provided by inland salt marshes. ...

    Authors: Manping Kang, ChengZhang Zhao, Min Ma and Xiaoya Li
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:3
  15. As interest in the voluntary soil carbon market surges, carbon registries have been developing new soil carbon measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) protocols. These protocols are inconsistent in thei...

    Authors: Anna M. Raffeld, Mark A. Bradford, Randall D. Jackson, Daniel Rath, Gregg R. Sanford, Nicole Tautges and Emily E. Oldfield
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:2
  16. We analyze the forest carbon stock development following the recent historically unprecedented dieback of coniferous stands in the Czech Republic. The drought-induced bark-beetle infestation resulted in record...

    Authors: Emil Cienciala and Jan Melichar
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:1
  17. Vegetation phenology can characterize ecosystem functions and plays a key role in the dynamics of plant productivity. Here we investigated the changes in growing season metrics (start of growing season, SOS; e...

    Authors: Linli Cui, Jun Shi and Fengjin Xiao
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:26
  18. The alpine meadow is one of the most important ecosystems in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (QTP), and critically sensitive to climate change and human activities. Thus, it is crucial to precisely reveal the curren...

    Authors: Meng-ya Zhang, Yu-jun Ma, Peng Chen, Fang-zhong Shi and Jun-qi Wei
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:25
  19. Forest plays an important role in the global carbon cycle by sequestering carbon dioxide and thereby mitigating climate change. In this study, an attempt was made to investigate the effects of land use/land co...

    Authors: Semegnew Tadese, Teshome Soromessa, Abreham Berta Aneseye, Getaneh Gebeyehu, Tomasz Noszczyk and Mengistie Kindu
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:24
  20. Following global pledges to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% by 2030 compared to the baseline level of 2020, improved quantification of GHG emissions from developing countries has become crucial. H...

    Authors: Abraham Abera Feyissa, Feyera Senbeta, Adugna Tolera, Dawit Diriba and Kalaya Boonyanuwat
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:23
  21. The application of different approaches calculating the anthropogenic carbon net flux from land, leads to estimates that vary considerably. One reason for these variations is the extent to which approaches con...

    Authors: Viola Heinrich, Jo House, David A. Gibbs, Nancy Harris, Martin Herold, Giacomo Grassi, Roberta Cantinho, Thais M. Rosan, Barbara Zimbres, Julia Z. Shimbo, Joana Melo, Tristram Hales, Stephen Sitch and Luiz E. O. C. Aragão
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:22
  22. Land use and land cover changes have a significant impact on the dynamics of soil organic matter (SOM) and its fractions, as well as on overall soil health. This study conducted in Bharatpur Catchment, Chitwan...

    Authors: Yves Theoneste Murindangabo, Marek Kopecký, Trong Nghia Hoang, Jaroslav Bernas, Tulsi Parajuli, Suman Dhakal, Petr Konvalina, Jean de Dieu Marcel UFITIKIREZI, Gisele Kaneza, Babu Ram Khanal, Shiva Chandra Dhakal and Arjun Kumar Shrestha
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:21
  23. Conducting an extensive study on the spatial heterogeneity of the overall carbon budget and its influencing factors and the decoupling status of carbon emissions from economic development, by undertaking simul...

    Authors: Zhenyue Liu, Jinbing Zhang, Pengyan Zhang, Ling Jiang, Dan Yang and Tianqi Rong
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:20
  24. The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is the “sensitive area” of climate change, and also the “driver” and “amplifier” of global change. The response and feedback of its carbon dynamics to climate change will significantl...

    Authors: Jingyu Zeng, Tao Zhou, Yixin Xu, Qiaoyu Lin, E. Tan, Yajie Zhang, Xuemei Wu, Jingzhou Zhang and Xia Liu
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:19
  25. Urban agglomerates play a crucial role in reaching global climate objectives. Many cities have committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, but current emission trends remain unverifiable. Atmospheric...

    Authors: Ivonne Albarus, Giorgia Fleischmann, Patrick Aigner, Philippe Ciais, Hugo Denier van der Gon, Rianne Droge, Jinghui Lian, Miguel Andrey Narvaez Rincon, Hervé Utard and Thomas Lauvaux
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:18
  26. Continuous increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) has aggravated global warming and promoted urban tree planting projects for many countries. So it’s imperative to select high carbon sequestering landscape tree species ...

    Authors: Shanshan Jin, Ershan Zhang, Haotian Guo, Chuanwei Hu, Yaru Zhang and Dongfeng Yan
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:17
  27. China’s high-quality economic development depends on achieving sustainable economic development, reaching peak carbon emissions, achieving carbon neutrality, and intensifying the development of an industrial a...

    Authors: Zhixiang Xie, Rongqin Zhao, Liangang Xiao and Minglei Ding
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:16
  28. The European Union (EU) has committed to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. This requires a rapid reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and ensuring that any remaining emissions are balanced through CO2 re...

    Authors: Anu Korosuo, Roberto Pilli, Raúl Abad Viñas, Viorel N. B. Blujdea, Rene R. Colditz, Giulia Fiorese, Simone Rossi, Matteo Vizzarri and Giacomo Grassi
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:15
  29. Greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting of emissions from land use, land-use change, and forestry necessarily involves consideration of landscape fire. This is of particular importance for Australia given that natural...

    Authors: David MJS Bowman, Grant J. Williamson, Mercy Ndalila, Stephen H. Roxburgh, Shaun Suitor and Rodney J. Keenan
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:14
  30. Understanding temporal trends and varying responses of water use efficiency (WUE) to environmental changes of diverse ecosystems is key to predicting vegetation growth. WUE dynamics of major ecosystem types (e...

    Authors: Wei Chen, Shuguang Liu, Shuqing Zhao, Yu Zhu, Shuailong Feng, Zhao Wang, Yiping Wu, Jingfeng Xiao, Wenping Yuan, Wende Yan, Hui Ju and Qinyi Wang
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:13
  31. Using ‘higher-tier’ emission factors in National Greenhouse Gas Inventories is essential to improve quality and accuracy when reporting carbon emissions and removals. Here we systematically reviewed 736 data a...

    Authors: Daniel Murdiyarso, Haruni Krisnawati, Wahyu C. Adinugroho and Sigit D. Sasmito
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:12
  32. During a time of rapid urban growth and development, it is becoming ever more important to monitor the carbon fluxes of our cities. Unlike Canada’s commercially managed forests that have a long history of inve...

    Authors: James W. N. Steenberg, Melissa Ristow, Peter N. Duinker, Lyna Lapointe-Elmrabti, J. Douglas MacDonald, David J. Nowak, Jon Pasher, Corey Flemming and Cameron Samson
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:11
  33. Under the growing pressure to implement mitigation actions, the focus of forest management is shifting from a traditional resource centric view to incorporate more forest ecosystem services objectives such as ...

    Authors: Victor F. Strîmbu, Erik Næsset, Hans Ole Ørka, Jari Liski, Hans Petersson and Terje Gobakken
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:10
  34. Air pollution in China has raised great concerns due to its adverse effects on air quality, human health, and climate. Emissions of air pollutants (APs) are inherently linked with CO2 emissions through fossil-ene...

    Authors: Xiaohui Lin, Ruqi Yang, Wen Zhang, Ning Zeng, Yu Zhao, Guocheng Wang, Tingting Li and Qixiang Cai
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:9
  35. Sequestration of carbon on forest land is a common and practical component within many climate action plans developed by state or municipal governments. Initial planning often identifies the general magnitude ...

    Authors: Coeli M. Hoover and James E. Smith
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Carbon Balance and Management 2024 19:21

  36. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of thinning on stand growth, carbon (C) sequestration, and soil properties in Brutia pine (Pinus brutia Ten.) plantations. The study was conducted at two e...

    Authors: Neşat Erkan, Şükrü Teoman Güner and Ali Cem Aydın
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:6
  37. Five ministries are involved in estimating the greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory in the South Korean land use, land-use change, and forestry (LULUCF) sectors. However, these ministries have not established a cons...

    Authors: Sol-E Choi, Segi Hong, Cholho Song, Jiwon Kim, Whijin Kim, Ram Ha and Woo-Kyun Lee
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:4
  38. In Ethiopia, highland bamboo has been cultivated in various niches: farmlands, riverbanks, woodlot boundaries, and homesteads, and agroforestry systems. However, the biomass and carbon storage of potential of ...

    Authors: Ayana A. Jember, Mintesinot A. Taye, Getaneh Gebeyehu, Gashaw Mulu, Trinh Thang Long, Durai Jayaraman and Shiferaw Abebe
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:3
  39. Tropical forests are critical for the global carbon budget, yet they have been threatened by deforestation and forest degradation by fire, selective logging, and fragmentation. Existing uncertainties on land c...

    Authors: Ekena Rangel Pinagé, Michael Keller, Christopher P. Peck, Marcos Longo, Paul Duffy and Ovidiu Csillik
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:2
  40. Timber harvesting and industrial wood processing laterally transfer the carbon stored in forest sectors to wood products creating a wood products carbon pool. The carbon stored in wood products is allocated to...

    Authors: Xinyuan Wei, Jianheng Zhao, Daniel J. Hayes, Adam Daigneault and He Zhu
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2023 18:1
  41. Extensive drainage of peatlands in the southeastern United States coastal plain for the purposes of agriculture and timber harvesting has led to large releases of soil carbon as carbon dioxide (CO2) due to enhanc...

    Authors: E. E. Swails, M. Ardón, K. W. Krauss, A. L. Peralta, R. E. Emanuel, A. M. Helton, J. L. Morse, L. Gutenberg, N. Cormier, D. Shoch, S. Settlemyer, E. Soderholm, B. P. Boutin, C. Peoples and S. Ward
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2022 17:18
  42. The CO2 released by humans and livestock through digestion and decomposition is an important part of the urban carbon cycle, but is rarely considered in studies of city carbon budgets since its annual magnitude i...

    Authors: Qixiang Cai, Ning Zeng, Fang Zhao, Pengfei Han, Di Liu, Xiaohui Lin and Jingwen Chen
    Citation: Carbon Balance and Management 2022 17:17

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