Rubén Javier Mur Torrentó

Rubén Javier Mur Torrentó
Universitat de Girona | UDG · Department of Economics

PhD

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Predicted increases in CO2 concentrations will affect forest ecosystems. In particular, they will impact tree growth, which in turn affects reproduction and mortality and consequently, forest planning. This study integrates different climate change scenarios of future biogeochemical processes and an economic model into a forest management model to...
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A summary of the results of a study that compared the effects of climate change on the forest ecosystem, mitigation costs, and timber production under several climate change scenarios. Forest carbon sequestration is an important technique for the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. A large number of studies 1 have determined the co...
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Climatic changes will affect the dynamics of a forest ecosystem. Consequently, carbon sequestration costs can only be estimated correctly if changes in climatic conditions are considered. This article determines the changes in mitigation costs of an optimal forest management regime in the presence of climatic changes and varying prices, and takes a...
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The Kyoto protocol allows Annex I countries to deduct carbon sequestered by land use, land-use change, and forestry from their national carbon emissions. J. Thornley and M. Cannell (2000. Managing forests for wood yield and carbon storage: A theoretical study. Tree Physiol. 20:477-484) have demonstrated that the objectives of maximizing timber and...
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The Kyoto protocol allows Annex I countries to deduct carbon sequestered by land use, land-use change and forestry from their national carbon emissions. Thornley and Cannell (2000) demonstrated that the objectives of maximizing timber and carbon sequestration are not complementary. Based on this finding, this paper determines the optimal selective...
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The selective-logging regime is one of the most important instruments to support the sustainable development of forests, and reinforce the multiple services that they provide, such as the maintenance of biodiversity. The consideration of some stand features like having a certain volume of dead wood and/or large trees may help to preserve and enhanc...
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Future climate changes will affect among other aspects forest ecosystems, through its impact on tree growth and productivity. The management of fast-growing species can be adapted more easily to climate change, since rotation periods are short. However, the adaption of the management of slow-growing species to climate changes is more challenging be...
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Estudi i proposta de millora de la gestió forestal basada en l'òptima extracció de fusta i l'òptim emmagatzematge de carboni, en un bosc del Pont de Suert amb règim de tala selectiva, seguint les directrius del Protocol de Kyoto quant a la disminució de l'emissió dels gasos d'efecte hivernacle Sàlix

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