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Forest management practices with an impact on the carbon balance

The main general indicator to be acted on: carbon.

Forest land plays a positive role in the accumulation of edaphic carbon, which is why it is also considered to be a carbon sink. In this action the aim is to determine the role of forest management in the maximisation of edaphic carbon storage.

The main aims are:

  • Estimation of the edaphic carbon contribution of the different methods of processing logging residues: maintenance or removal.
  • Estimation of the edaphic carbon contribution of mycorrhizated holm oaks and agroforestry plantations.