Advances in Ecology / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Carbon Sequestration in Tropical and Subtropical Plant Species in Collaborative and Community Forests of Nepal

Table 2

CO2 sequestration (t ha−1) in collaborative and community forests.

SpeciesCO2 sequestration (t ha−1) in collaborative and community forests
Forest typesBanke-Maraha CFMTuteshwarnath CFMGadhanta-Bardibash CFMChure Parwati CFBuddha CFChyandanda CF
Year

Shorea robusta−5.5−8.872.381.832.021.832.381.913.31.913.485.02
Terminalia tomentosa0.18−1.720.1800.620.730.481.581.13.041.582.68
Lagerstroemia parviflora0.220.260.2200.110.730.180.550.371.830.771.28
Sapium insigne0.040.040.0400.070.26000000.37
Anogeissus latifolia0.070.070.0700.18000001.470.37
Dalbergia latifolia−0.550.55−1.060.070.1800.260.730.260.730.260.15
Mallotus philippensis0.180.180.18−1.28−5.32−1.98−0.51−0.73−0.51−1.47−0.37−0.18
Eugenia jambolana 0.150.15000−0.920.29−0.550.29−0.920.070
Cassia fistula0.110.1100.150.40.040.150.040.150.040.150.04
Adina cordifolia0.070.070.0700.0400.0700.0700.070.23
Croton roxburghii0.040.040.04000000000
Terminalia belerica0.550.5500.1100.0400.0400.0400.04
Phyllanthus emblica 0.180.180.070.040.070000000
Dalbergia sissoo0.070.07000.070.11000.150.110−0.88
Nyctanthes arbor-tristis0.040.040.04000000000
Bombax ceiba0.260.260.260.180.371.830.371.830.371.830.370
Terminalia chebula 0.110.11000.040000000
Albizzia procera0.040.040.040.152.020.150.110.150.110.150.110.15
Semecarpus anacardium0.180.180.04000000000
Dillenia pentagyna 0.070.070.07000000000
Sterculia villosa0.110.110000000000
Acacia catechu0.04−0.40000.1100.1100.1100
Anthocephalus chinensis0.40.40.040.110.180.220.190.220.190.220.190.22
Gmelina arborea 0.040.040.040.070.040.070.150.070.150.070.150.07
Desmodium oojeinense0.070.070000000.150−0.070
Schleichera trijuga 0.040.040000.040.150.040.150.040.150.04
Alstonia scholaris0.070.070000000000
Aegle marmelos0.040.040.04000000000
Eucalyptus camaldulensis0.920.920.290.150.5500.370.370000
Dillenia indica0.180.180000000000

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