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100 1 _ a| De Jong, Bernardus Hendricus Jozeph
245 1 0 a| Some methodological approaches to estimate and monitor carbon mitigation in the forestry sector
520 _ _ a| Forestry and agroforestry are promlsmg land-use alternatives for reducing the increasing levels of global atmospheric carbon. To understand the role of forestry and agroforestry systems in the carbon cycle it is necessary to quantify both the net annual carbon fluxes and the total carbon content of the systems. The effect of a forestry project has to be compared with a "business as usual" baseline. There exist various methodological approaches to estimate the impact on carbon fluxes of forestry and agroforestry. Known problems of baseline assumptions, carbon flux reporting, and monitoring and verification are exemplified with field collected data and recent experiences of the Scolel Te Pilot Project for Community Forestry and Carbon Sequestration in Chiapas, Mexico (Scolel Te 1998). The "Greenhouse Gas Bubble (GGB)" concept as an alternative instrument for carbon offset trading and reporting is discussed
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650 _ 4 a| Conservación de bosques
651 _ 4 a| Región Altos (Chiapas, México)
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b| Celedonio Aguirre Bravo, comp. : Carlos Rodríguez Franco, comp.
t| North American Science Symposium : Toward a Unified Framework for Inventorying and Monitoring Forest Ecosystem Resources
d| Proceedings RMRS-P-12, Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, 1999
g| p. 130-138
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901 _ _ a| Memoria en extenso sin arbitraje
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Some methodological approaches to estimate and monitor carbon mitigation in the forestry sector
De Jong, Bernardus Hendricus Jozeph (autor)
Contenido en: North American Science Symposium : Toward a Unified Framework for Inventorying and Monitoring Forest Ecosystem Resources / Celedonio Aguirre Bravo, comp. : Carlos Rodríguez Franco, comp.. Proceedings RMRS-P-12, Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, 1999. p. 130-138.
No. de sistema: 54019
Tipo: Capítulo de libro - Memoria en extenso sin arbitraje
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"Forestry and agroforestry are promlsmg land-use alternatives for reducing the increasing levels of global atmospheric carbon. To understand the role of forestry and agroforestry systems in the carbon cycle it is necessary to quantify both the net annual carbon fluxes and the total carbon content of the systems. The effect of a forestry project has to be compared with a "business as usual" baseline. There exist various methodological approaches to estimate the impact on carbon fluxes of forestry and agroforestry. Known problems of baseline assumptions, carbon flux reporting, and monitoring and verification are exemplified with field collected data and recent experiences of the Scolel Te Pilot Project for Community Forestry and Carbon Sequestration in Chiapas, Mexico (Scolel Te 1998). The "Greenhouse Gas Bubble (GGB)" concept as an alternative instrument for carbon offset trading and reporting is discussed"


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