Disturbed African tropical forests and woodlands have the potential to contribute to climate change mitigation. Therefore, there is a need to understand how carbon stocks of disturbed and recovering tropical forests are determined by environmental conditions and human use. In this case study, we explore how gradients in environmental conditions and human use determine aboveground biomass (AGB) in 1958 national forest inventory (NFI) plots located in forests and woodlands in mainland Tanzania. Plots were divided into recovering forests (areas recovering from deforestation for
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Environmental Research Letters 16(4): 044014
Suarez, D.R.; Rozendaal, D.M.; De Sy, V.; Gibbs, D.A.; Harris, N.L.; Sexton, J.O.; Feng, M.; Channan, S.; Zahabu, E.; Silayo, D.S.; Pekkarinen, A.; Martius, C.; Herold, M.