The goal of this volume is to provide guidance for land managers and policymakers seeking to understand the complex science and policy of forest carbon as it relates to tangible problems of forest management and the more abstract problems of addressing drivers of deforestation and negotiating policy frameworks for reducing CO2 emissions from forests. It is the culmination of three graduate seminars at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies focused on carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems and their role in addressing climate change.
Tyrrell, Mary L.; Ashton, Mark S.; Spalding, Deborah; and Gentry, Bradford, "Forests and Carbon: A Synthesis of Science, Management, and Policy for Carbon Sequestration in Forests" (2009). Yale School of the Environment Publications Series. 42.