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Land Use and the Carbon Cycle
Cambridge University Press
9781107011243 - Land Use and the Carbon Cycle - Advances in Integrated Science, Management, and Policy - By Daniel G. Brown, Derek T. Robinson, Nancy H. F. French and Bradley C. Reed
Table of Contents

Contents

Chapter Authors and Affiliations
ix
Acknowledgments
xix
Acronyms
xxi
I         Introduction
1.        Linking Land Use and the Carbon Cycle
Derek T. Robinson, Daniel G. Brown, Nancy H. F. French, and Bradley C. Reed
3
2.        An Introduction to Carbon Cycle Science
Galina Churkina
24
3.        The Contribution of Land Use and Land-Use Change to the Carbon Cycle
R. A. Houghton
52
4.        An Economic Analysis of the Effect of Land Use on Terrestrial Carbon Storage
Robert Mendelsohn
77
II        Measurement and Modeling
5.        Remote Sensing for Mapping and Modeling of Land-Based Carbon Flux and Storage
Nancy H. F. French, Laura. L. Bourgeau-Chavez, Michael J. Falkowski, Scott J. Goetz, Liza K. Jenkins, Philip Camill iii, Collin S. Roesler, and Daniel G. Brown
95
6.        Atmospheric Observations and Inverse Modeling Approaches for Identifying Geographical Sources and Sinks of Carbon
Anna M. Michalak
144
7.        Limitations, Challenges, and Solutions to Integrating Carbon Dynamics with Land-Use Models
Tom P. Evans, Derek T. Robinson, and Mikaela Schmitt-Harsh
178
8.        Modeling for Integrating Science and Management
Virginia H. Dale and Keith L. Kline
209
iii       Integrated Science and Research Applications
9.        Carbon Emissions from Land-Use Change: Model Estimates Using Three Different Data Sets
Atul K. Jain, Prasanth Meiyappan, and Tosha Richardson
241
10.       A System to Integrate Multiscaled Data Sources for Improving Terrestrial Carbon Balance Estimates
Jordan Golinkoff and Steven W. Running
259
11.       Simulating Biogeochemical Impacts of Historical Land-Use Changes in the U.S. Great Plains from 1870 to 2003
William J. Parton, Myron P. Gutmann, Melannie D. Hartman, Emily R. Merchant, Susan M. Lutz, and Stephen J. Del Grosso
287
12.       Carbon Signatures of Development Patterns along a Gradient of Urbanization
Marina Alberti and Lucy R. Hutyra
305
IV        Land Policy, Management, and the Carbon Cycle
13.       Managing Carbon: Ecological Limits and Constraints
R. César Izaurralde, Wilfred M. Post, and Tristram O. West
331
14.       Effects of Wildland Fire Management on Forest Carbon Stores
Matthew D. Hurteau
359
15.       Soil Carbon Dynamics in Agricultural Systems
Cynthia A. Cambardella and Jerry L. Hatfield
381
16.       U.S. Policies and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture
Carol Adaire Jones, Cynthia J. Nickerson, and Nancy Cavallaro
403
17.       Opportunities and Challenges for Offsetting Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Forests
Timothy Pearson and Sandra Brown
431
18.       Opportunities and Challenges for Carbon Management on U.S. Public Lands
Lisa Dilling, Richard Birdsey, and Yude Pan
455
19.       Design and Planning of Residential Landscapes to Manage the Carbon Cycle: Invention and Variation in Land Use and Land Cover
Lauren Lesch Marshall and Joan Iverson Nassauer
477
V         Synthesis and Future Directions
20.       Forests, Carbon, and the Global Environment: New Directions in Research
David L. Skole, Jay H. Samek, Walter Chomentowski, and Michael Smalligan
505
21.       Ecosystem Sustainability through Strategies of Integrated Carbon and Land-Use Management
Dennis Ojima, Josep G. Canadell, Richard Conant, Christine Negra, and Petra Tschakert
523
22.       Perspectives on Land-Change Science and Carbon Management
Daniel G. Brown, Derek T. Robinson, and Nancy H. F. French
539
Index
549



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