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Monitoring content and carbon fluxes in altitudinal gradients. Protocol 1 - Version 1

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Marco Calderón et al.

This protocol is a useful guide to quantify carbon stocks and fluxes in high Andean ecosystems. The protocol’s structure is modular. This means that in the future other variables not included in this first draft (eg. carbon flux to soil organic matter decomposition, net primary productivity, etc.) could be included within the same sampling design ...

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DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3933.5365

Last Update: 2013

Data collection Data management Data analysis Ecosystem function Terrestrial

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This protocol is a useful guide to quantify carbon stocks and fluxes in high Andean ecosystems. The protocol’s structure is modular. This means that in the future other variables not included in this first draft (eg. carbon flux to soil organic matter decomposition, net primary productivity, etc.) could be included within the same sampling design. Furthermore, other modules can be included to assess carbon stocks in other type of gradients (eg. land use).


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Project "Knowledge generation and capacity building in response to adaptation to environmental changes in the Andes" (CIMA Project), funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

Contact person: Marco Calderón
Contact e-mail: marco.calderon@condesan.org
Contact institute: CONDESAN
License: Free Access
Technical Status: Finish and with constant technical support
URL(s): http://condesan-ecoandes.org/download/2364/

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