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In This Issue Woody liana vines and tropical carbon storage The abundances of woody vines called lianas are increasing in tropical forests, which store nearly 30% of aboveground terrestrial carbon and serve as a significant global carbon sink. To assess the impact of lianas on carbon storage and sequestration in tropical forests, Geertje van der Heijden et al. (pp. 13267-13271) compared carbon storage in experimental plots in Panama that had been cleared of lianas with tropical forest plotsdoi:10.1073/iti4315112 fatcat:rzl3gjgv2fgmdaimr7aco26e3m