alexa Aboveground Biomass Dynamics in the Amazonian Rainforest under Influence of Reduction in Rainfall

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Aboveground Biomass Dynamics in the Amazonian Rainforest under Influence of Reduction in Rainfall

The aboveground biomass in tropical forests is mainly contained in trees. The tree biomass is a function of wood volume, obtained from the tree diameter and height, architecture and wood density. It can be quantified by a direct or an indirect method, where the biomass is quantified using a mathematical model. An allometric model can be site specific when elaborated to a particular ecosystem or can be general when used at different sites.

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https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/aboveground-biomass-dynamics-in-the-amazonian-rainforest-under-influence-of-reduction-in-rainfall-2168-9776.1000105.php?aid=8274
 
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