Management to sequestrate carbon and adaption to climate change Thinning impacts on carbon sequestration The forest landscape consists of separate stands/trees with varying growth rates due to differences in site fertility, tree species composition and age. Under even-aged management, newly regenerated sites probably lose carbon, whereas young stands gain carbon. This also holds for the
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