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Areas of urban forest can contain as much carbon in above-ground biomass as similarly sized areas of tropical rainforest, according to a LiDAR analysis of trees in the London Borough of Camden.

Wilkes, Phil, Mathias Disney, Matheus Boni Vicari, Kim Caleders, and Andrew Burt. Estimating urban above ground biomass with multi-scale LiDAR. Carbon Balance Manage 13, 10 (2018).


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