BUNDESWALDINVENTUR 2 PDF

Trees need the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) in order to grow, and therefore bind it within the timber. This makes forests a carbon sink when the. Download scientific diagram| Map of the Bundeswaldinventur (BWI) grid. F i g u re 2. Map of the Bodenzustandserhebung (BZE) grid. from publication: Forests. Study area and German National Forest Inventory (Bundeswaldinventur, BWI) sampling design. The plot centers are arranged in a regular 2 km × 2 km grid.

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Climate change has made forestry more risky. If forests are unable to adapt to changes in the environment, individual trees are weakened, but more-over, the entire forest ecosystem becomes impaired.

Selected Results of the Third National Forest Inventory

Germany, the land of forests — forest area unchanged The forest habitat — more biological diversity in the forests The forest resources — timber stock at record high The forests as climate protectors — still a carbon sink Surveying the forest Background information.

Trees need the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide CO 2 in order to grow, and therefore bind it within the timber. Forest bind CO 2 In addition to the carbon stocks in the living biomass and in the deadwood in the forests that are ascertained by the National Forest Inventory, the carbon balance account also includes the soil and dead plant material.

The tree species composition of forests is one important approach to stabilizing and vitalizing the stands and preserving the functions of the forest.

Changes in the forest area, tree growth and the way a forest is managed influence its storage capacity. The speed at which the climate is changing is problematic for the forests and forestry. Previous image Next image.

They lessen emissions by approx. The more CO2 is lastingly stored in the form of carbon, the less it burdens the atmosphere. The diversity of mixed forests distributes the risk.

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BMEL – Federal Forest Inventory::The forests as climate protectors – still a carbon sink

One-layered or multi-layered forest How do we record forest naturalness? The atmosphere is released of approximately 52 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year alone in the German forests. This makes forests a carbon sink when the increment exceeds use. Trees are long living and immobile, and forest stands are subjected to highly varying environmental and growth conditions during their lifespans.

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Nationaler Inventarbericht DeutschlandKap. Forest bind CO 2. Timber products are also carbon sinks. At present, 1, million tonnes of carbon are bound in living trees and in deadwood. Foresters must take these future changes in growth conditions into account without knowing where and to what extent certain changes may take place. Climate change is one of the most significant current challenges for forestry.

Statistical certainty Area covered by beech tree species or beech forest cover type What is a mixed forest? The vundeswaldinventur survey in the forest indicates that the litter layer and the mineral soil contain another million tonnes of carbon. With its resolution to establish the Forest Climate Fund, the Federal government underscores the significance of our forest ecosystems as well as the positive effects of sustainable forest management and timber use for protection of the climate.

Overexploitation of the forests — no thank you! Due to climate change, forest trees that are now still well adapted to the climate in their site may in future be faced with increasing problems with the increased frequency of weather extremes or with a gradual change on site. The forests in Germany presently act as sinks and remove approximately 52 million tonnes of carbon bundeswaldinnventur from the bundeswaleinventur every year Dunger, K.

If, instead the forest loses more CO 2 than it absorbs, it is a carbon source.

The effect of the forest as a carbon sink depends on its bundesaldinventur capacity. Funding from the Forest Climate Fund is intended to further optimize the CO 2diminishing, energy and substitution potentials of the forests and timber as well as to support the measures needed to adapt the German forests to climate change.

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That is approximately tonnes of carbon per hectare in of the aboveground and belowground biomass not including the litter bundesaldinventur and mineral soil.

BMEL – Federal Forest Inventory::Forest bind CO2

The National Forest Inventory serves as the data basis for estimating the carbon stock for living biomass above and in the soil and for deadwood during the bundeswaldinentur period from until It is a carbon sink if it absorbs more carbon dioxide than it releases. In addition to the storage function, timber products contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions amounting to about million tonnes of CO 2 equivalent annually through substitution effects substituting for more energy intensive bkndeswaldinventur resources and fuels.

The soil survey in the forest contributes to this. The total storage capacity of the forest is ultimately determined from these so-called carbon pools. Contact Content Legal information Imprint Search. Historic development of the forested area What exactly is a forest? They prolong the storage of carbon that was already bound in the trees beyond their use duration until it is finally used for energy or organically decomposes as timber waste.

In addition, they bind carbon dioxide and are thus bundswaldinventur natural carbon sink. In addition to the carbon stocks in the living biomass and in the deadwood in the forests that are ascertained by the National Forest Inventory, the carbon balance account also includes the soil and dead plant material.

Contact Content Legal information Imprint Search. Carbon sink in the forest.