Brown 1997 Estimating Biomass.pdf
by KM Ngo – 2018 – Cited by 17 – Biomass estimation typically involves the use of allometric equations. … exist for tropical forests (e.g., Brown 1997; Kenzo et al. 2009). As forests increase in area and biomass, their atmospheric content also increases, leading to changes in the temperature of the planet.
As a result of climate change, there has been a recent increase in land surface temperature, which leads to an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels (see also: Climate Change).
However, this increase is caused not only by an increase in ocean surface temperature, but also by an increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
by G VIEILLEDENT – 2012 – Cited by 217 – the theory of reliable estimates of biomass in tropical forests seems questionable, the general idea that… (1989) and Brown (1997) used data from the Central and… Read moreby G VIEILLEDENT – 2012 – Cited by 217 – the theory of a reliable estimate of biomass in tropical forests seems questionable, the general idea that… (1989) and Brown (1997) used data from Central and…
– 2011 – Cited by 4 – because of the difficulty in estimating biomass, due to the fact that during the collection…
The Journal of Applied Ecology – 2011 – Cited by 4 – to estimate tree biomass in… (Penn State University) – 2011 – Cited by 4 – to determine…