2020 Webinar: Forest carbon and its role in greenhouse gas removals and emissions

Grant Domke

                                                                                       Image courtesy of G. Domke

Forests are the largest terrestrial carbon sink on earth and provide a number of goods and services to society. Accurate estimates of forest carbon stocks and stock changes are needed to report greenhouse gas emissions and removals as part of the United States' commitment to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. This presentation will discuss how Forest Inventory and Analysis data and auxiliary information such as remotely sensed data are being used to estimate forest carbon for greenhouse gas reporting.

Date: Tuesday December 15, 2020 from noon-1pm central
Speaker: Grant Domke, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Cost: $20 per webinar or $50 for the entire 2020 series
CEUs: This webinar has been approved for 1.0 CAT1 CFE by SAF. Credits only available to those that watch on their computer live or at a broadcast site.
Register here for the December webinar

You may also watch for no charge (and without registering) at a local broadcast site:

Due to changing guidelines for in-person instruction during the covid-19 outbreak, there is continued uncertainty regarding access to local broadcast sites. Check back in December for updates and stay safe!

All interested learners are welcome. For accommodations related to ability please contact us at sfec@umn.edu.

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