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Fire in the woods or fire in the boiler: implementing rural district heating to reduce wildfire risks in the forest-urban interface
(ElsevierThe Institution of Chemical Engineers, 2015) Artículo / Artikulua,
Many rural communities in British Columbia (western Canada) are at risk from wildfire. This risk will increase over time as a result of climate change because of higher average temperatures, longer growing seasons, and ...
Evaluation of the effects of forest management strategies on carbon sequestration in evergreen broad-leaved (Phoebe bournei) plantation forests using FORECAST ecosystem model
(Elsevier, 2013) Artículo / Artikulua,
In the context of global climate change, it is critical to study how different forest management practices affect forest carbon sequestration. This is especially important for forest managers and policy makers who will ...
Impacts of enhanced nitrogen deposition and soil acidification on biomass production and nitrogen leaching in Chinese fir plantations
(NRC Research Press, 2012) Artículo / Artikulua,
Atmospheric pollution levels in China are increasing quickly. Experience from other polluted regions shows that tree growth could be affected, but long-term effects of N deposition and soil acidification on Chinese forests ...
Soil organic matter: a sustainability indicator for wildfire control and bioenergy production in the urban/forest interface.
(The Soil Science Society of America, Inc., 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
Many rural communities in British Columbia (western Canada) are increasingly at risk from wildfire as temperatures rise and droughts become more frequent. In addition, these communities are also faced with rising fuel ...