19.06.2019 12:55
The properties of Estonian balneological peat

Balneological peat is widely used because of its curative effects. For the present study seven study areas were chosen...

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19.06.2019 12:54
Research, quality guidelines and use of balneological peat in Finland

Research has been carried out on balneological peat in Finland for nearly twenty years. The purpose of the research...

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19.06.2019 12:49
Soil N and humification in three drained peatland forests with different temperature sums

The most important nutrient for forest trees is nitrogen (N). Most peat N is in an organic form, which...

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19.06.2019 12:43
Phosphorus binding forms in fens influenced by degree of peat decomposition

Due to a possible increasing release of phosphorus (P) in fens after re-wetting it is important to characterize different...

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19.06.2019 12:06
Chemical Properties Contributing Towards the Antimicrobial Activity of the Main Peat-Forming Mosses

Theme IV. Chemical, physical and biological characteristics of peat SUMMARY Peat properties influence peat-forming plants, grasses, shrubs and first...

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19.06.2019 12:46
Using Ground Penetrating Radar to Map Peat Condition at a Landscape Scale

Theme I.  Inventory, stratigraphy and conservation of mires and peatlands SUMMARY Physical properties, such as depth, bulk density and...

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