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Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (2013)

Análisis de sucesión vegetal y captura de carbono en áreas perturbadas del matorral espinoso tamaulipeco, México

Salazar de la Cerda, Cynthia Geraldine

Titre : Análisis de sucesión vegetal y captura de carbono en áreas perturbadas del matorral espinoso tamaulipeco, México.

Auteur : Salazar de la Cerda, Cynthia Geraldine

Université de soutenance : Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Grade : Maestría en Ciencias Forestales UANL, 2013.

Résumé
We assessed the biomass productivity and carbon content stored on three disturbed areas of Tamaulipas thorny scrub (MET), with a history of use for rangeland at different stages of abandonment of 10, 20 and 30 years were analyzed them where ecological attributes the community such as : abundance, dominance, frequency, importance value index (IVI) and species diversity index Shannon-Weiner (H ’). To evaluate the development of plant succession in the ecosystem, the results were compared with a pristine area of the MET. The study was carried out in the town of Linares, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The Acacia farnesiana species, showed higher ecological weight (IVI> 50%) in disturbed areas, however, in the pristine area had the lowest (0.98%). We conclude that the ecosystem of the MET has an extraordinary capacity for natural regeneration and after 30 years of neglect that the diversity of species in disturbed areas tend to resettle, it highlights the importance of ecosystem type "huizachal" as a sink for carbon, finding 1.7, 6.59 and 8.32 ton / ha in stages 10, 20 and 30 years respectively.

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