19.06.2019 12:36
Comparison of several studies on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from peat soil

SUMMARY Peatlands are the most important ecosystems in the global carbon cycle as they store significant amounts of carbon...

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19.06.2019 12:27
Peatland simulator connecting drainage, nutrient cycling, forest growth, economy and ghg efflux in boreal and tropical peatlands

SUMMARY We built and applied peatland simulator Susi that allows simultaneous assessment of economic benefits and adverse environmental effects...

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19.06.2019 12:18
Spatial distribution of GHG sinks and sources in forestrydrained boreal peatlands

SUMMARY Boreal peatlands contribute significantly to the global carbon store and have a major role in global greenhouse gas...

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19.06.2019 12:16
Effect of drainage on the carbon loss from soil ecosystems in tropical peatlands of central Kalimantan

SUMMARY Effect of drainage on the carbon loss from soil ecosystems in tropical peatlands had been conducted at two...

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19.06.2019 12:12
Landscape heterogeneity of dissolved organic varbpon (DOC) concentrations within tropical peat landscapes and links to heavy metal mobilisation

Tropical peatlands are globally significant carbon stores. To date, many studies have shown the impact of conversion of peat...

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19.06.2019 12:11
Change of water chemistry (dissolved organic carbon) with frequent peat fires in Indonesian peatland

SUMMARY Tropical peat swamp forests in Southeast Asia had been considered to be one of the most important parts...

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19.06.2019 12:08
Forestry use of Boreal peatlands– challenges and possibilities

SUMMARY Approximately 15 million ha of peatland have been drained to improve forest growth. Most of this area is...

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19.06.2019 12:06
key agro-environmental management of tropical peatland

SUMMARY Sarawak, like many peatland sites throughout Southeast Asia is currently faced by challenges because of the needs for...

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19.06.2019 12:01
Lodge active raised bog project – success after 5 years

Scientists describe a timeline of successful raised bog restoration following re-wetting. First, physical change – increased water levels and...

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19.06.2019 12:00
Developing a peatland management portal for priority upland habitats in the UK

The UK’s extensive peatland resource is a key component of the nation’s carbon storage and sequestration facility, as well...

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