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Biomass Carbon Stocks of Pinus kesiya and Succession Trees in Pine Plantations at Boa Kaew Watershed Management Station, Chiang Mai

Biomass carbon stocks of Pinus kesiya and succession trees in 14-34 year-old pine plantations were studied at Boa Kaew watershed management station, Chiang Mai province. Totally sixty three sampling plots, 40 x 40 m2 in size (3 plots/age-class) were used. Stem diameter at 1.3 m above ground and height of all trees were measured. Forest biomass varied among plantations, 11,281-39,707 ... Read More »

Plant Species Diversity and Carbon Stocks in Dry Dipterocarp Forest with and without Fire at In Takin Silvicultural Research Station, Chiang Mai Province

Plant species diversity and biomass carbon stocks in ecosystems of dry dipterocarp forest (DDF) with and without fire for at least 10 years were studied. Totally 42 tree species in 23 genera and 36 families were existed in DDF with fire. The most dominant tree, Dipterocarpus tuberculatus, had the highest important value, and followed by Shorea obtusa, Gluta usitata, D. ... Read More »