standing biomass

standing biomass

the BIOMASS present in an ecosystem at a given time.
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Tenders are invited for third use of wood and standing biomass, in the public forests included in the integral management plan of sierra morena in the province of jan, year 2019.
Data analyses: Tree standing biomass (Y) was estimated from stand tables of tallied DBHs as described and calculated by Brown (1997) and then converted to Mg [ha.sup.-1].
His work showed that although warming may reassemble invertebrate communities and lower total invertebrate density, it may have a neutral effect on standing biomass due to changes in the size structure of the community.
A rotation system can be used where trees are cut in a specific order or mature branches harvested, ensuring constant standing biomass. Farmers could also harvest some trees then let the area naturally regenerate, protecting young shoots from being eaten by livestock.
Inventory measurements were separated by age group, 5 to 7 years old and 8 to 12 years old, to determine mean standing biomass quantities of 14.47 and 39.63 gt/acre respectively.
Therefore, the amount of nutrients stored by standing biomass depends upon plant growth rate and nutrient content in tissues.
The Tephrosia standing biomass input to the soil from the fallows was estimated at 3.5 t [ha.sup.-1] in all the treatments except for the no-input control.
Classifying the forest area into six levels of above-ground standing biomass carbon density (tons/ha) shows this aggradation of carbon in greater detail (Fig.
The 55% of standing biomass composed of gizzard shad was slightly higher than the 45% found by Jenkins (1967) in southern ponds.