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M. Romeo EKOUNGOULOU

Beijing Forestry University, Chine
romeoekous (à) gmail.com
Région: Asie-Pacifique

Informations académiques

Statut: Étudiant-chercheur doctorant
Diplôme: Master Degree
Domaine de recherche:
  • Changements climatiques
Communautés de chercheurs:
Thèse:
(ou tout autre travail de recherche — mémoire, HDR, etc. — encadré par un universitaire)
Research about the carbon stocks in above-and below-ground biomass and vegetation cover changing in Northern Congo, Beijing Forestry University, 2015.
Directeur: Xiaodong Liu

Discipline, thèmes de recherche

Discipline: Foresterie
Thèmes de recherche: In the context of climate change, special attention is given to carbon which is a major constituent of greenhouse gas emissions. The forest has a very important role in mitigating this phenomenon by photosynthesis. Forest ecosystems cover large parts of the terrestrial land and are major components of the terrestrial carbon cycle. Most important, forest ecosystems accumulate organic compounds with long carbon residence times in vegetation, detritus and, in particular, the soil by the process of carbon sequestration.One of the environmental issues of global concern today is the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and its potential effect on climate. However, a small fraction of carbon remaining in forests continuously accumulates in vegetation, detritus, and soil. Thus, undisturbed forest ecosystems are important global carbon sinks.
Mots-clés: carbon stocks, Northern Congo, Vegetation cover

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Date de la dernière modification: 15 mai 2013