IJERPH, Vol. 19, Pages 15925: Forest Carbon Reserve Calculation and Comprehensive Economic Value Evaluation: A Forest Management Model Based on Both Biomass Expansion Factor Method and Total Forest Value (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health)
With the continuous intensification of global climate warming, the carbon cycle has become the focus of global climate change, and the calculation and value evaluation of forest carbon reserves is a key link in promoting the global carbon cycle system. Considering the climatic factors, the biomass expansion factor method (BEF) is used to calculate the forest carbon reserves, selecting the best Gompertz model, adding the time change to the forecast model to predict the growth of forest stock, and the four key indexes of total forest value (TEV) are selected for comprehensive evaluation of forest value. The results show that the carbon fixation efficiency and prediction of forest farms depend largely on the trees, and products can provide more value. Accordingly, it is suggested that broad-leaved trees and younger trees should be planted, and broad-leaved trees should be planted to increase forest stock, increase the vertical distribution of forests to increase carbon reserves, and make trees into wood products with longer retention time to achieve higher total forest value.