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Carbon Capture and Productivity of Plantation Forests in North-eastern Australia

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Brawner, J., Lee, D. and Meder, R. (2012) Carbon Capture and Productivity of Plantation Forests in North-eastern Australia. In: IUFRO Conference Division 5 - Forest Products, Lisbon, Portugal..

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Approximately 130,000 ha of hardwood plantations have been established in north-eastern Australia in the last 15 years. As a result of poor taxa selection approximately 25,000 ha have failed due to drought, pest and disease or extreme weather events (drought and cyclones). Given the predicted impacts of climate change in north-eastern Australia (reduced rainfall, increased temperatures and an increase in extreme weather conditions, particularly drought, storms and cyclones), selection of the right taxa for plantation development is even more critical as the taxon planted needs to be able to perform well under the environments experienced at planting as well as those that may develop over in 30 years time as a result of changing climate.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Business groups:Horticulture and Forestry Science
Keywords:E. argophloia ; E. dunnii ; E. pellita ; Eucalyptus dunnii ; extreme weather events ; key climatic drivers ; largest volume increment ; poor taxa selection ; solid wood production ; taxa linkage
Live Archive:17 Dec 2013 06:48
Last Modified:03 Sep 2021 16:49

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