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The capture of carbon and forest management


The capture of carbon and forest management
The capture of carbon and forest management

L. Díaz Balteiro

Affiliation: Dpto.de Economía y Gestión Forestal. ETS Ingenieros de Montes. UPM. Madrid

Biography: Not available

C. Romero

Affiliation: Dpto. de Economía y Gestión Forestal. ETS Ingenieros de Montes. UPM. Madrid

Biography: Not available

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L. Díaz Balteiro; C. Romero

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Publication year: 2004

Language: Spanish

Subjects: Environment, Forestry

Collection: INIA Monographs: Forestry

Review:

In the last few years the forest ecosystems have been considered CO2 sinks, and consequently the establishment of forest stands in order to mitigate the concentration of this gas in the atmosphere has been proposed. In this work, this type of policy is analyzed at different scales of measure. After that, it is studied how to incorporate the carbon captured into the forest management discipline. The second aspect of this research has been addressed under different approaches by considering two different management strategies both contemplated by the Kyoto Protocol. The first strategy corresponds to a forestation program and the second to the management of permanent stands. Thus three forestation cases have been studied. For permanent stands a multiple criteria decision making model has been built. The result obtained show how in the forestation scenario there are important differences between the private optimum and the social optimum. In the case of permanent stands, the results quantify the conflict between the different objectives considered and they also show how sensible and implementable “best-compromise” (satisficing) strategies can be obtained

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Physical Description : 79 p.; 17x24cm; il.

ISBN: 9788474985009

ISSN: 1575-6106

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaría (INIA), 2004

Reference INIA: F009

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NIPO (print version): 404-04-004-X
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