Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change

Potential Forestry Activities in the U.S. for Carbon Sequestration and Climate Mitigation.

Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration in the Northeast: Quantities and Costs. Report Collaborators: Sarah Murdock, Sandra Brown, Neil Sampson and Bill Stanley. (This is a 358 page, 38 meg report that can clog your system.  It is also available in Parts, listed below.)

Part 1: Characterization of the Northeast Region, by Neil Sampson and Matt Kamp

Part 2: Recent Trends in Sinks and Sources of Carbon, by Neil Sampson and Matt Kamp

Part 3A: Opportunities for Improving Carbon Storage through Afforestation of Agricultural Lands, by Sarah Walker, Sean Grimland, Jon Winsten and Sandra Brown.

Part 3B: Opportunities for Improving Carbon Storage and Management of Agricultural Lands, by Neil Sampson, Sean Grimland, Jon Winsten and Sandra Brown

Part 3C: Opportunities for Sequestering Carbon and Offsetting Emissions through Production of Biomass Energy, by Neil Sampson, Sean Grimland, Jon Winsten and Sandra Brown.

Part 4: Opportunities for Improving Carbon Storage and Management on Forest Lands, by Brent Sohngen, Sarah Walker, Sandra Brown and Sean Grimland

Part 5: Environmental Co-benefits of Carbon Sequestration Opportunities, by Sarah Murdock, Chris Zganjar and Bill Stanley

Part 6: Comparison of Terrestrial Carbon Mitigation Options in the Northeast, by Sarah Walker, Sean Grimland, Neil Sampson, Brent Sohngen, Jon Winsten and Sandra Brown

Carbon Credits for Tree Farmers

PowerPoint presentation by Neil Sampson, October 17, 2008

 

Carbon Registries

    By Neil Sampson

 

Climate Change and New Markets

PowerPoint presentation by Neil Sampson, January 23, 2009

 

Forest and Agroforestry Opportunities for Carbon Sequestration in the Big Sky

        By Neil Sampson and Matt Kamp

 

Fire Management and Carbon Stocks

        By Neil Sampson

 

History and Status of Forest Carbon Offsets

PowerPoint by Neil Sampson, June 27, 2007

 

Potential for Agricultural and Forestry Carbon Sequestration in the RGGI Region.

        By Neil Sampson

 

Agricultural and Forestry Carbon Sequestration Projects: Challenges for Credible Registration

        By Neil Sampson

Integrating land use, land use change, and forestry into a mandatory national greenhouse gas reduction program
        By Neil Sampson

Monitoring and Measuring Wood Carbon
        By Neil Sampson

Forestry and Carbon Sequestration
        By Neil Sampson

Agroforestry and Carbon
     
By Neil Sampson

Carbon Sequestration: What’s the Best Approach?
    By Neil Sampson