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Table 1 Study site locations and characteristics

From: Comparison of carbon-stock changes, eddy-covariance carbon fluxes and model estimates in coastal Douglas-fir stands in British Columbia

Site Location (latitude and longitude) Site description
DF49 49.868797°, • Near-rotation stand established in 1949.
(Figure 2a) - 125.33515° • 162 ha flux tower footprint.
• 12 ground plots.
• 260 to 470 m elevation.
• Harvested of old growth timber in 1937, 1938, and 1943.
• Broadcast burned in 1938 and 1943 following harvest.
• Planted in 1949.
HDF88 49.536655°, • Juvenile pole-sapling stand established in 1988.
(Figure 2b) - 124.90146° • 35 ha flux tower footprint.
• 6 ground plots.
• 150 to 220 m elevation.
• Harvested of second-growth timber in 1987.
• Broadcast burned following harvest.
• Planted in 1988.
HDF90 49.893666°, • Juvenile pole-sapling stand established in 1990.
  - 125.304415° • No flux tower.
• 6 ground plots.
• 175 m elevation.
• Harvested of second-growth timber in 1990.
• Broadcast burned following harvest.
• Planted in 1990.
• Similar in age and composition to HDF88.
HDF00 49.872177°, • Regenerating clearcut stand established in 2000.
(Figure 2c) - 125.29235° • 14 ha flux tower footprint.
• 9 ground plots.
• 160 to 190 m elevation.
• Harvested from a second-growth stand in 2000.
• Logging debris were piled and burned.
• Planted in 2000.