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3 ppmv(14). This is a globally significant amount of carbon dioxide; since 1750 AD, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased by some 97 ppmv. It is possible to achieve protection of the carbon stocks in natural forests by switching to timber sourced from existing plantations and, if necessary, from new plantations on previously cleared land. In this way, the commercial demand for wood fibre can be met and the contribution of natural forests to greenhouse gas mitigation can be maximized.
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2007, ‘Protecting biostructure’, Nature, 446, p. 29. , Berry, S. and Brown, T. 2008, ‘Reconciling approaches to biogeographic regionalization: a systematic and generic framework examined with a case study of the Australian continent’, Journal of Biogeography, 35, pp. 213–29. Mackey, B. , Lindenmayer, D. , Gill, A. , McCarthy, A. M. and Lindesay, J. A. 2002, Wildlife, Fire and Future Climate: A forest ecosystem analysis, CSIRO Publishing. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA) 2005, Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Biodiversity synthesis, World Resources Institute, Washington, DC.