Replication Data for: Tree biodiversity and carbon stocks of different agroforestry systems in Nicaragua
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Siles, Pablo;Valbuena, Diego;Tellez, Orlando;Bonilla, Glenda;Morales, Teresa;Van der Hoek, Rein;Castro, Aracely;Pulleman, Mirjam, 2018, "Replication Data for: Tree biodiversity and carbon stocks of different agroforestry systems in Nicaragua", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/DCGHWT, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:DV60ukSZZMuIy5MwHywAgw== [fileUNF]
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This study was aimed at quantifying the potential short-term impact of agroforestry-based systems on tree diversity and above and belowground carbon stocks in two representative SDTF sites in northern Nicaragua. Five land-use types were compared on 10 different farms across the two sites: Traditional slash–and-burn cropping systems (TCS), traditional pastures systems (TPS), SPS, QSMAS, and secondary forest (SF). Tree density, species composition, species richness and above and belowground (0-20cm depth) carbon pools and stocks were determined in 90 plots (0.1 ha each) in each of the five land-uses.
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Rein van der Hoekhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4528-7669
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