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Measurement of Carbon and Carbondioxide Fmu Argomulyo using Biomass Approach in Community Forests, Sundul Village and Banjar Panjang, Magetan Regency

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.8, No. 11)

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Page : 024-039

Keywords : Biomass; Carbon Content; C02 Absorption; Inventory;

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The existence of community forests today has provided real benefits, especially the economic value of communities around the forest and a real contribution to environmental services with the ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the context of mitigation and adaptation to climate change. Sustainable Forest Management facilitates efforts to reduce emissions in the forestry sector more economically than other sectors, which later became the forerunner to the birth of the concept of REDD+. This study aims to calculate the potential for standing stands in the villages of Sundul and Bandarpanjang Forest Management Unit. (FMU) Argomulyo, Magetan regency, looking at the ability of the forest to produce biomass, carbon content and the ability to absorb C02 content, including an allometric estimation model, by means of an inventory, for the potential destructive sampling method on samples of tree species to be measured Biomass, stored carbon and carbon dioxide uptake. The results showed that the average standing potential was 54.25 m3/ha, or a total volume of 26.732.831 m3, the average forest biomass content per ha was 955.32 tons or total of 1.944.178 tons. The average carbon content is 467.80 tons C/ha or the total available is 913.763 tons Carbon The ability to absorb carbon dioxide (C02) is 1,716.82 tons C/Ha, with an area of community forest management capable of absorbing C02 content of 3,353.512 tons C02.

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