[Taxacom] Species with the highest rate of carbon sequestering

Ken Kinman kinman at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 12 19:31:31 CDT 2007


     I would guess it would be some species of bamboo.  If you want to know 
the particular species or amounts of carbon sequestered, I would suggest 
consulting the works of Jules J. A. Janssen (of Eindhoven Technical 
University), or just e-mail him at:

j.j.a.janssen at bwk.tue.nl

      -----Ken
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>Does any one which species is/are the ones with the highest rate of carbon
>sequestering?
>
>We have a recent inquiry about this, and the person also wanted to know
>whether hemp was one of the candidates.
>
>So, any data/publications supporting this information will be greatly
>appreciated.
>
>Many thanks and cheers,
>
>Alina.
>
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