The global Forest Carbon database (ForC) is an open access database compiled and maintained by Dr. Kristina Anderson-Teixeira’s Ecosystems & Climate Lab at the Smithsonian.
ForC is the largest database of ground-based measurements of forest ecosytsem carbon stocks and annual fluxes. It contains supplementary data including site information, stand ages, and disturbance history. All data were obtained from published, peer-reviewed sources, as detailed in Anderson-Teixeira et al. (2016) and Anderson-Teixeira et al. (2018).
DOE Terrestrial Ecosystem Science grant DE-SC0008085/ DE-SC0010039 to Kristina Anderson-Teixeira, Evan DeLucia, and Benjamin Duval
Smithsonian Women’s Committee grant to Kristina Anderson-Teixeira
Smithsonian Scholarly Studies grant to Kristina Anderson-Teixeira and Helene Muller-Landau