Quintana Roo Mexico

Summary

Forest Carbon
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(using average carbon stock --)
IPCC Measurement Methodology
Deforestation vs. Degradation

Reference Levels and Targets

Average Deforestation Rate
162 km²/yr
1996 - 2012
Deforestation Reduction Goal for State/Province and REDD Program
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for the State/Province and for REDD+ program by --
Tons of CO₂e Avoided Target
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by --
Needs Identified to Improve Baseline Definition
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Deforestation Dynamics Monitoring

Are current deforestation rates known?
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Deforestation Rate Target
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Deforestation Rates
Sources:[1][2][3]
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Forest Degradation Dynamics Monitoring

Are current degradation rates known?
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Forest Degradation Rates
Sources:[4]

Direct causes include:

1. Land use change (for commercial agriculture and livestock/pasture)

2.  Illegal logging

3. Forest Fires

 Indirect causes include:

1. Government agriculture subsidy programs (PROCAMPO and Alianza para el Campo) 

2. Land tenure

3. Lack of sufficient forest management plans[5]

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Forest Carbon Stocks Quantification

Are forest carbon stocks known?
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Forest Classes
-- Forest Types Represented by
-- Plots
Above Ground Carbon Stock
-- tC/ha
Below Ground Carbon Stock
-- tC/ha
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Sources

Deforestation Dynamics Monitoring
1. Mexico FREL.
2. FCPF FREL.
3. INEGI/FCPF FREL.
Forest Degradation Dynamics Monitoring
4. Mexico FREL.
5. FCPF ER-PIN ; CTC REDD+ de la Península de Yucatán:Análisis de los determinantes de la deforestación y acciones REDD+ en la Península de Yucatán.