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Record number 334188
Title CO2FIX V 3.1 A modelling framework for quantifying carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems
Author(s) Schelhaas, M.J.; Esch, P.W. van; Groen, T.A.; Jong, B.H.J. de; Kanninen, M.; Liski, J.; Masera, O.; Mohren, G.M.J.; Nabuurs, G.J.; Palosuo, T.; Pedroni, L.; Vallejo, A.; Vilén, T.
Source onbekend : Alterra - Centrum Ecosystemen (Alterra-rapport 1068) - 122
Department(s) Centre for Ecosystem Studies
Forest Ecology and Forest Management
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Wageningen Environmental Research
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) koolstofcyclus - koolstof - boekhouding - voorraden - bossen - bosbedrijfsvoering - simulatiemodellen - bio-energie - bebossing - agroforestry - biomassa productie - biobased economy - carbon cycle - carbon - accounting - stocks - forests - forest management - simulation models - bioenergy - afforestation - agroforestry - biomass production - biobased economy
Categories Forest Ecology / Forest Management
Abstract This report describes the conceptual approach of the CO2FIX V 3.1 model, as well as its implementation and numerous examples. This stand level simulation model is a tool which quantifies the C stocks and fluxes in the forest biomass, the soil organic matter and the wood products chain. Included are also a bioenergy module, a financial module and a carbon accounting module. The model is applicable to many different situations: afforestation projects, agroforestry systems, and selective logging systems. The model is freely available from the web, together with numerous examples. The model has many users. The two earlier versions of the model have been downloaded already almost 2000 times
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