Carbon stock and woody species diversity in homegarden agroforestry along an elevation gradient in southern Ethiopia

Said Ahmed, Mengsteab Hailemariam, Mesele Negash, Meley Mekonen Rannestad & Lindsey Norgrove
Agroforestry practices that integrate trees into farming are known to enhance carbon sequestration and plant species diversity in agricultural landscapes. Their contribution however, varies depending on a number of factors including elevation gradients. In this study, we quantified the carbon (C) stock and woody species diversity in tree-ensete dominated homegarden agroforestry practice along an elevation gradient in Hawassa Zuria District, southern Ethiopia. The elevation was stratified into upper, middle and lower gradient and two hamlets...
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