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Academic Journal of Environment & Earth Science, 2023, 5(3); doi: 10.25236/AJEE.2023.050308.

Research and management improvement of forest carbon sequestration


Shuo Sun, Junyu Zhong, Xiao Qi

Corresponding Author:
Shuo Sun

Century College, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, 102101, China


This article describes how increasing the amount of carbon sequestration in forests is important for improving the climate environment constituent. Forests seal carbon dioxide into living plants and trees, including wood products such as furniture, wood, plywood, and paper. These forest products isolate carbon dioxide throughout their lifetime. Some products have a short lifespan, while others are short and have the potential to exceed the lifespan of the trees they grow. How to give social value in a short lifespan. In the first step, we establish a hierarchical analysis model, determine the hierarchy, divide the goals of the decision, the factors considered (decision criteria) and the decision objects into the target layer, the criterion layer and the scheme layer according to the interrelationship between them, and draw a hierarchy diagram. Target Layer: Value of Forest Products for Carbon Sequestration, Criterion Layer: Age, Type, Geography, Topography, Scheme Layer: Benefits and Longevity of Forest Products.


Decision model; Carbon sequestration; Forest management plans

Cite This Paper

Shuo Sun, Junyu Zhong, Xiao Qi. Research and management improvement of forest carbon sequestration. Academic Journal of Environment & Earth Science (2023) Vol. 5 Issue 3: 49-54. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJEE.2023.050308.


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