31.05.2024 11:54
Peatlands International 1.2023

Peatlands International 1.2023 was published and sent to all IPS members by email on 19 April 2023. Topics of...

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16.09.2020 15:02
Peatlands International 2.2013

Topics: Changing times… Viewpoint – why going digital News from Leiden Neros Project: Network Monitoring Re-wetted/Restored Organic Soils for...

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19.06.2019 12:35
Restoring Indonesia’s degraded and post-fire peatlands: Policy framework, strategic actions and techniques

President Republic of Indonesia has enacted the Presidential Regulation No. 1 of 2016 concerning the establishment Indonesia’s Peatland Restoration...

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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 12:25
rewetting of deGraded tropical peatland by canal blocking technique in Sebangau national park, central Kalimantan, Indonesia

SUMMARY Sebangau National Park is a tropical peat swamp forest previously used for logging activities (illegal and legal) between...

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19.06.2019 12:24
Reintroduction of fen plant communities on minerotrophic remnant surfaces after peat extraction

SUMMARY The Moss Layer Transfer Technique (MLTT) has been developed to restore industrially peat-extracted bogs. It has been applied...

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19.06.2019 12:23
Peatlands on permafrost: options for management and restoration from arctic to steppe

Considerable areas of peatlands worldwide are represented by mire types whose origin and existence depend on permafrost. Currently the...

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19.06.2019 12:04
Phosphorus release risk from re-wetted peatlands – a case study of “Lake Kośno” Reserve, Poland

High amounts of phosphorus (mainly soluble form) are transported to aquatic ecosystems and are leading to eutrophication of lakes,...

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19.06.2019 12:00
Greenhouse gas fluxes from a shallow-drained and rewetted grassland on peat

Natural peatlands function as a carbon sink and long term carbon store, however drainage for agriculture is widespread, with...

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19.06.2019 12:59
Summer CO2 and CH4 fluxes from emerging Sphagnum lawns in a rewetted extracted peatland in Sweden

16 years (2015) after rewetting a nutrient-poor extracted peatland, a functioning wetland ecosystem with stable hydrology and characteristic peatland...

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