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The biology of kauri (Agathis australis) in New Zealand. I. Production, biomass, carbon storage, and litter fall in four forest remnants


The biology of kauri (Agathis australis) in New Zealand. I. Production, biomass, carbon storage, and litter fall in four forest remnants



New Zealand Journal of Botany 37(3): 553-571



ISSN/ISBN: 0028-825X

Four kauri forest sites, all in kauri old growth or regeneration in the Auckland and Northland areas of New Zealand, and ranging from pole stands to mature forest, were surveyed for standing biomass and forest floor biomass. Destructive sampling was done at 2 further sites to obtain data on tree form and biomass. Total dry matter, including that on the forest floor, ranged from 132 to 2290 t ha-1, with as much as 546 t ha-1 of forest floor litter and humus in the oldest stand.

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