Canadian Forest Service Publications
Supporting and tracking tree planting and its GHG contribution in the western boreal region of Canada. 2022. Mollah, M. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, 2 Billion Trees Science: Research in Support of Tree Planting. Note 12. 1 p.
Issued by: National Capital Region
Catalog ID: 40812
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Plain Language Summary
Optimizing 2 Billion Trees program (2BT) outcomes, including maximizing carbon sequestration, depends on planted trees surviving and thriving. This project will analyze existing information to estimate the potential for tree cover establishment in various locations in the western boreal region and provide an assessment of tree planting GHG impacts. This research can help 2BT proponents and staff identify areas that are better suited to tree planting, helping to secure trees that will endure over time and support GHG reporting.
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Soutenir et suivre la plantation d’arbres et sa contribution à la réduction des GES dans la région boréale de l’Ouest canadien. Note 12 (French)