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   dcterms:title "Net Emissions of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (CO2e) (a) for Forestlands from Net Forest Gain and Loss, Tree Growth in Urbanized Settlements, and Harvested Wood Products of Domestic Origin, by Country and Expressed in Teragrams of Carbon (Tg C) per Year"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Emissions are from 2000 to 2014 for the United States, from 2006 to 2015 for Canada, and the 2000s for Mexico. Exchanges with the atmosphere (e.g., terms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) are assigned a negative sign for transfers out of the atmosphere (also known as removals or sinks), but the negative sign is dropped in the text when the direction of transfer is specified with terminology. Stock changes in forestlands and in wood products are assigned a positive sign if they are increasing (see Box 9.1, Clarifying Forest Carbon Flows and Their Relation to Emissions or Removals of Atmospheric Carbon for a review of associated terms).<br>\r\n<br>\r\nNotes<br>\r\n(a) Carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e): Amount of CO2 that would produce the same effect on the radiative balance of Earth’s climate system as another greenhouse gas, such as methane (CH4) or nitrous oxide (N2O), on a 25-year timescale. For comparison to units of carbon, each kg CO2e is equivalent to 0.273 kg C (0.273 = 1⁄3.67). See Box P.2 in the Preface for more details.<br>\r\n(b) ECCC (2017). Only includes Canada’s managed forests for the 10-year period 2006 to 2015.<br>\r\n(c) U.S. EPA (2018). Does not include U.S. territories, Hawai‘i, or a large portion of interior Alaska (19.7 million hectares), which are not yet fully integrated into the U.S. national inventory program.<br>\r\n(d) INECC/SEMARNAT (2015). Includes effects of forest loss and cyclical uses, which account for some of the emissions that would otherwise appear as releases from harvested wood products.<br>\r\n(e) Includes net exchange between the atmosphere and forestland remaining forestland, including disturbance emissions that occur within forests such as those from fire combustion and onsite decay of harvest residues. For the United States, this estimate has been calculated from stock change (see c), plus average harvest removals of about 113 Tg C per year (U.S. EPA 2018).<br>\r\n(f) Includes emissions from forest conversion to croplands, wetlands, grasslands, and settlements when reported, and including residual emissions for decades after conversion; overlaps with reporting in other land use, land-use change, and forestry (LULUCF) categories.<br>\r\n(g) Includes emissions (and removals) from all lands converted to forestland through direct human activity; overlaps with reporting in other LULUCF categories.<br>\r\n(h) Also referred to as net growth of urban trees; overlaps with reporting in other LULUCF categories.<br>\r\n(i) Includes emissions from harvesting removals of biomass of domestic origin and its use in a range of forest products.<br>\r\n(j) No data.<br>\r\n(k) Uncertainty estimates (noted by asterisks) follow the convention described in Treatment of Uncertainty in SOCCR2 in the Preface.<br>"^^xsd:string;
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