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Tree species diversity promotes aboveground carbon storage through functional diversity and functional dominance
(Wiley Open Access, 2016)
The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem function has increasingly been debated as the cornerstone of the processes behind ecosystem services delivery. Experimental and natural field-based studies have come up ...
Aboveground biomass and carbon in a South African mistbelt forest and the relationships with tree species diversity and forest structures
Biomass and carbon stocks are key information criteria to understand the role of forests in regulating global climate. However, for a bio-rich continent like Africa, ground-based measurements for accurate estimation of ...