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Publications by author Schepaschenko:D.

A dataset of forest biomass structure for Eurasia

Scientific Data, Vol. 4 (16 May 2017), 170070,


The most comprehensive dataset of in situ destructive sampling measurements of forest biomass in Eurasia have been compiled from a combination of experiments undertaken by the authors and from scientific publications. Biomass is reported as four components: live trees (stem, bark, branches, foliage, roots); understory (above- and below ground); green forest floor (above- and below ground); and coarse woody debris (snags, logs, dead branches of living trees and dead roots), consisting of 10,351 unique records of sample plots and 9,613 sample ...


Forest growing stock volume of the northern hemisphere: Spatially explicit estimates for 2010 derived from Envisat ASAR

Remote Sensing of Environment, Vol. 168 (October 2015), pp. 316-334,


[Highlights] [::] Wall-to-wall estimates of forest growing stock volume (GSV) north of 10°N [::] Spatial distribution of GSV well reproduced in four biomes [::] Percent error of ASAR-derived GSV averages at provincial level: between 12% and 45%. [::] Underestimation for areas with GSV > 300 m3/ha and in fragmented forest landscapes [Abstract] This paper presents and assesses spatially explicit estimates of forest growing stock volume (GSV) of the northern hemisphere (north of 10°N) from hyper-temporal observations of Envisat Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar (ASAR) backscattered intensity using the ...


Boreal forest health and global change

Science, Vol. 349, No. 6250. (21 August 2015), pp. 819-822,


The boreal forest, one of the largest biomes on Earth, provides ecosystem services that benefit society at levels ranging from local to global. Currently, about two-thirds of the area covered by this biome is under some form of management, mostly for wood production. Services such as climate regulation are also provided by both the unmanaged and managed boreal forests. Although most of the boreal forests have retained the resilience to cope with current disturbances, projected environmental changes of unprecedented speed and ...

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