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- Gowen, Rebecca, et al. Show all 2 Author
- The Rangeland journal 2016 v.38 no.3 pp. 307-317
- bioeconomic models; business enterprises; carbon; carbon markets; carbon sequestration; cattle; cattle production; compliance; grazing; grazing lands; greenhouse gas emissions; income; monitoring; opportunity costs; pastures; profitability; profits and margins; regrowth; soil; trees; vegetation; woody plants; Queensland
- ... Agricultural land has been identified as a potential source of greenhouse gas emissions offsets through biosequestration in vegetation and soil. In the extensive grazing land of Australia, landholders may participate in the Australian Government’s Emissions Reduction Fund and create offsets by reducing woody vegetation clearing and allowing native woody plant regrowth to grow. This study used bioe ...
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- Small-scale forestry 2010 v.9 no.4 pp. 463-484
- bioeconomic models; carbon markets; carbon sequestration; forest yields; grazing; greenhouse gas emissions; land management; livestock; methane; rain; silvopastoral systems; tree growth; Australia
- ... Although agriculture generates 16% of Australiaâs greenhouse gas emissions, it also has the potential to sequester large quantities of emissions through land use management options such as agroforestry. Whilst there is an extensive amount of agroforestry literature, little has been written on the economic consequences of adopting silvopastoral systems in northern Australia. This paper reports th ...