Changes in CO2 Flux Conditions in the Spruce Forest of Various Ages in the Central Forest Reserve of Russia
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 693-704
AbstractToday, researchers and policymakers are very concerned about increasing greenhouse gases and CO2 because they detect infrared radiation emitted from the earth's surface. The amount of gaseous carbon dioxide released by plants, either from the air or from plants to the air. The Central Forest fir trees are a natural resource that is essential for life in Russia. One of the benefits is that it can control and absorb carbon dioxide in the air. The factors that influence the release of CO2 are air temperature, soil temperature, and humidity. The purpose of this study was to determine the amount of CO2 flux emitted in various conditions of the spruce forest including the spruce forest. This research was conducted in the summer of 2018 using a camera in the field which includes weather and environmental parameters in the soil and air (soil humidity, soil temperature, and water temperature). These results suggest that in general, there is no correlation between soil temperature and moisture and the release of CO2 fluxes in various Russian forests.
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