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Cuantificación del carbono almacenado en un sistema silvopastoril en la zona atlántica de Costa Rica

by López Musalem, A; Schlönvoigt, A; Ibrahim, M; Kleinn, C; Kanninen, M; CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica). Programa de Investigación; 4. Semana Científica Turrialba (Costa Rica) 6-9 Abr 1999.
Series: Serie Técnica. Reuniones Técnicas (CATIE).Publisher: Turrialba (Costa Rica) 1999Description: p. 263-267.ISBN: 9977573190.Subject(s): PANICUM MAXIMUM | CORDIA ALLIODORA | DIOXIDO DE CARBONO | SUELO | COSTA RICA | PANICUM MAXIMUM | CORDIA ALLIODORA | CARBON DIOXIDE | SOIL | COSTA RICA | PANICUM MAXIMUM | CORDIA ALLIODORA | DIOXYDE DE CARBONE | SOL | COSTA RICA | SISTEMAS SILVOPASTORILES | CAPTURA DEL CARBONO ATMOSFERICO | INCENTIVOS FORESTALES | MANEJO DE PASTIZALES | PASTURAS | SAN CARLOS In: Summary: Silvopastoral systems are considered potential carbon (C) sinks which might help to mitigate the effects of increasing global C emissions. In a case study in the Atlantic Zone of Costa Rica, a medium-low fertile Typic Tropofluvent soil stored 233 t C ha exponente -1 in the upper 50 cm under pure green Panic pasture (Panicum maximum Jacq.). In association with three different growth stages of natural regeneration of salmwood (Cordia alliodora Ruiz & Pav.) OkenSummary: <3, 3-7, >7 years), the soil was less fertile and stored similar amounts of between 180-200 t C ha exponente -1. C concentrations decreased with soil depth and distance from the tree. Variability of C distribution increased with soil depth and age of the stand.
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Silvopastoral systems are considered potential carbon (C) sinks which might help to mitigate the effects of increasing global C emissions. In a case study in the Atlantic Zone of Costa Rica, a medium-low fertile Typic Tropofluvent soil stored 233 t C ha exponente -1 in the upper 50 cm under pure green Panic pasture (Panicum maximum Jacq.). In association with three different growth stages of natural regeneration of salmwood (Cordia alliodora Ruiz & Pav.) Oken

<3, 3-7, >7 years), the soil was less fertile and stored similar amounts of between 180-200 t C ha exponente -1. C concentrations decreased with soil depth and distance from the tree. Variability of C distribution increased with soil depth and age of the stand.

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