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E3 Forest fragments and carbon storage

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Published on Jun 20, 2013

This McGill-based research looks at how forest fragmentation patterns and biodiversity influence forest carbon storage. The work focuses on how the size and connectivity of forest patches in Montérégie affect aboveground carbon storage, and whether trade-offs or synergies between carbon storage and biodiversity occur.

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