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Soil Organic Carbon Stocks are Larger than Expected in Urban Ecosystems

This case study highlights a 2012 NUCFAC-recommended USDA Forest Service grant, Carbon Sequestration and Resiliency of the Urban Forest

Partners:
The Morton Arboretum, USTEP Program Chicago State University, ISA Urban Tree Growth & Longevity Working Group, Chicago Wilderness, Midwest Ecological Landscape
Association, USDA Forest Service, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, City of Chicago, Chicago State University, Northern Illinois University, Bartlett Tree Experts

Authors
B. Scharenbroch
Date Published
June 2017
Publisher
Southern Regional Extension Forestry
Athens, Georgia (US)
Publication Number
SREF-UF-008
Resource Format
Pamphlet/Flyer/Factsheet
Sub-Topics
Sustainability, Soil Properties, Carbon
State(s)/Region(s)
National
Keywords
Soil, NUCFAC, SREF, Carbon sinks
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