I am interested in the resilience of tropical forests in human-modified landscapes. Specifically, I investigate how human disturbances, such as selective logging and wildfires, impact carbon stocks in the Amazon.
Dear all, in Brazil it has been really challenging to find Fix-All with no odor to attach collars to stems. However, there are a number of silicon options. Has anyone faced the same issue elsewhere? Is anyone using silicon to attach the collars to the trees? Any suggestions or recommendations are much welcomed.
I am experiencing logistical difficulties downloading the soil respiration data from the EGM. Therefore, I wonder if more people are just using flux data from the spreadsheets and not downloading the curves?
Dear all, the protocol assumes litter traps should be 1.50m above the ground. However, as my field assistants are barely 1.50m tall, I was thinking about decreasing it to 1.20m. Is there any reason why 1.50m was the chosen height?