Carbon Balance and Management
Published September 5, 2017
Researchers evaluated nine mitigation scenarios in two forests management units in Canada — in Cranbrook, British Columbia, and in Dog River–Matawin Forest, Ontario. They found that very large differences existed between mitigation scenarios and that combining forest management activities with wood-use that generated longer-lived products had the highest potential to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.
Lead author: Carolyn Smythe, Natural Resources Canada, Victoria –;