U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Science Findings
As a signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the United States annually compiles a report on the nation’s carbon flux—the amount of carbon emitted into the atmosphere compared to the amount stored by terrestrial landscapes. Forests store vast amounts of carbon, but it’s not fully understood how a forest’s storage capacity fluctuates as stands age or respond to disturbance. Read more…
I saw your article in PLANNING magazine (June 2017) and it made me wonder if you’ve done any articles or research on Japanese Knotwood. We’ve discovered it here in Kalamazoo, MI and based on what we know and have learned about what is going on with it in the UK, there is reason be be very concerned. I didn’t see a way to email you directly on your webpage, so sorry to leave this comment here.