His primary areas of investigation include Soil carbon, Carbon sink, Agroforestry, Carbon cycle and Forest inventory. Soil carbon is the topic of his studies on Soil science and Soil water. His Carbon sink study incorporates themes from Boreal and Greenhouse gas.
His work carried out in the field of Agroforestry brings together such families of science as Carbon sequestration, Biofuel, Bioenergy and Logging. His Forest inventory research is classified as research in Forestry. His study in Forestry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Ecology and No-till farming.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil carbon, Agroforestry, Soil water, Carbon sequestration and Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Forestry, Climate change, Carbon cycle and Soil respiration in addition to Soil carbon. Jari Liski interconnects Logging, Bioenergy and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Agroforestry.
His research investigates the connection with Greenhouse gas and areas like Carbon sink which intersect with concerns in Kyoto Protocol, Environmental protection, Sink and Boreal. His Soil water course of study focuses on Taiga and Soil horizon. The Biomass and Plant litter research he does as part of his general Ecology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Atmospheric sciences, Scots pine and Stock, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His main research concerns Soil carbon, Land use, Ecosystem, Bioenergy and Agroforestry. His Soil carbon research incorporates elements of Carbon sequestration and Greenhouse gas. His studies in Carbon sequestration integrate themes in fields like Environmental protection, Climate change, Carbon sink, Carbon cycle and Sustainability.
His Bioenergy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Forest management, Felling and Taiga. His work deals with themes such as Organic matter and Soil horizon, which intersect with Taiga. His Agroforestry study frequently links to related topics such as Logging.
His primary areas of study are Soil carbon, Agroforestry, Bioenergy, Ecosystem and Taiga. His research investigates the connection between Soil carbon and topics such as Land use that intersect with problems in Biomass. His Agroforestry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon sequestration and Biofuel.
The concepts of his Carbon sequestration study are interwoven with issues in Environmental protection, Forest management, Ecosystem services, Carbon sink and Sustainability. His Biofuel research integrates issues from Climate change, Radiative forcing, Carbon cycle, Fossil fuel and Carbon dioxide. He combines subjects such as Soil organic matter, Organic matter, Soil science and Soil horizon with his study of Taiga.
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A large carbon sink in the woody biomass of Northern forests
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2001)
Biomass expansion factors (BEFs) for Scots pine, Norway spruce and birch according to stand age for boreal forests
Forest Ecology and Management (2003)
Remote sensing estimates of boreal and temperate forest woody biomass: carbon pools, sources, and sinks
Remote Sensing of Environment (2003)
Carbon and decomposition model Yasso for forest soils
Ecological Modelling (2005)
Modeling carbon sequestration in afforestation, agroforestry and forest management projects: the CO2FIX V.2 approach
Ecological Modelling (2003)
CO2 EMISSIONS FROM SOIL IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATIC WARMING ARE OVERESTIMATED:THE DECOMPOSITION OF OLD SOIL ORGANIC MATTER IS TOLERANT OF TEMPERATURE
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (1999)
Which rotation length is favourable to carbon sequestration
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2001)
Increasing carbon stocks in the forest soils of western Europe
Forest Ecology and Management (2002)
Carbon accumulation in European forests
Nature Geoscience (2008)
Climatic effects on litter decomposition from arctic tundra to tropical rainforest
Global Change Biology (2003)
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