19.06.2019 12:45
Bog restoration on the edge: biodiversity and other ecosystem services in Dutch raised bog remnants

The Dutch raised bog remnants ‘Peelvenen’ are remnants of a previously much more extensive raised bog landscape. The mire...

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19.06.2019 12:32
Opportunities and challenges of farming sphagnum as a growing media constituent in Germany

SUMMARY Its outstanding physical, chemical and biological properties make peat the most important growing-media constituent for commercial growers and...

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19.06.2019 12:31
DPPP– a worldwide search for paludiculture plants and their potential to stop peat degradation

SUMMARY Paludiculture (‘palus’ lat. for swamp) is the productive use of wet and rewetted peatlands in a way that...

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19.06.2019 12:18
Greenhouse gas (GHG) balance of biomass grown for biogas production on rewetted agricultural fen peatland

Rewetting has been recommended to reduce CO2 emission and to restore the carbon sink function of drained peatland. Paludiculture,...

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19.06.2019 12:12
Peatland Management in Germany: EU-Subsidies and Restoration Strategies

Theme V. Restoration, rehabilitation and after-use of disturbed peatlands INTRODUCTION More than 95% of the peatlands in Germany are...

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19.06.2019 12:01
Life Cycle Assessment of Energy Biomass from Rewetted Peatlands

Theme III. Agricultural use of peat and peatlands SUMMARY Using a life cycle assessment approach, the energy demand and...

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19.06.2019 12:00
Towards More Diversity in Paludiculture – A Literature Review of Useful Wetland Plants

Theme III. Agricultural use of peat and peatlands SUMMARY Peatlands have been drained and reclaimed for agriculture and forestry...

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19.06.2019 12:00
Using Biomass as Substitute for Peat – Examples for Wet Peatland Management (Paludiculture) in Belarus

Theme II. Peat for horticulture, energy and other uses SUMMARY The wet and sustainable utilisation of degraded and abandoned...

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