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Technical Notes - Comparison of i-Tree Eco and i-Tree Streets Carbon Storage and Sequestration Values

Two street tree inventories were analyzed using i-Tree Eco and i-Tree Streets. Carbon storage and sequestration values were compared.

Carbon estimates from i-Tree Eco and Streets differ.  Eco reports carbon as elemental C while Streets reports carbon as carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent; the models also use different approaches to calculating storage and sequestration. The purpose of this report is to help those planning an i-Tree project understand how the data for each model are used to estimate environmental services of urban trees, and to better prepare them to discuss the results.

Authors
E.A. Kuehler
Publisher
Urban Forestry South
Athens, GA (US)
Resource Format
Pamphlet/Flyer/Factsheet
Sub-Topics
Carbon, Air Quality/Pollution, Inventory (tree)
State(s)/Region(s)
National
Keywords
Technical Notes
Indexed By
UFS
Document Actions
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