2017
DOI: 10.17265/2159-581x/2017.01.005
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Mande Kato Hosea, Ahmad Makmom Abdullah, Ahamad Zaharin Aris, Ahmad Ainuddin Nuruddin, Nghai Ezekiel Suleman, Kasham J. Shamang, Baji Julius, Babarinsa Deborah, Sabo Douglas, Gugong K. Benjamin, Bala Dogo, Sim Haruna, Gabriel Emmanuel, Elimisiemon M. Christopher et al.

Abstract: Abstract:The recovering logged-over forest ecosystem increases the CO 2 efflux into the atmospheric carbon pool in response to environmental factors to changes in the soil temperature and moisture. These CO 2 outbursts can have a marked influence on the ecosystem carbon balance and thereby affect the atmospheric carbon pool. The study was conducted in the 10-year-old logged-over forest of Sungai Menyala forest, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. The measurements of soil CO 2 efflux were conducted using …

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