SECUESTRO DE CARBONO POR SISTEMAS AGROFORESTALES AMAZÓNICOS
CARBON SEQUESTRATION BY AMAZONIAN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
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In the peruvian Amazonia and during the second semester of 2000, we evaluate the volumes of carbon secuestrated by six agroforestry systems and/or land use systems: primary forest, regeneration forest, coffee+shade, pasture+trees, pasture and homegarden. In three ecological situations (blocks). We had consider for the total sample, a) tree biomass, b) herbaceous and arbustive biomass, c) litter and d) soil. About the total carbon, the parameter primary forest, stored 465,8 tC·ha-1, overcomes in 58 % to the treatments: homegarden and coffee+shade, in 74.3 % to the fourth: pasture+trees and 80 % to the other parameter, pasture. However, those ones plus regeneration forest are statistically similar and less than the primary forest (PKeyworks: environmental services, primary forest, secondary forest, land use systems.
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Callo-Concha, D., Krishnamurthy, L. R., & Alegre, J. (2002). CARBON SEQUESTRATION BY AMAZONIAN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, VIII(2), 101-106. http://dx.doi.org/