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Wood biomass has been viewed as "carbon neutral"-its uses as energy have a zero carbon footprint. Some observers argue that the use of wood biofuels will result in a decrease of the forest stock and a net reduction of the carbon captured in the forest. Such assessments take a static, accounting view of forest systems and do not consider the effects of management in renewing the forest and increasing its extent or ability to sequester carbon. This paper addresses the carbon neutrality debatedoi:10.4236/jep.2012.39114 fatcat:rybuu6uyrrhlhbb5rxiuctemuu