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From:Biogeosciences (Vol. 19, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedBoreal upland forests are generally considered methane (CH.sub.4) sinks due to the predominance of CH.sub.4 oxidizing bacteria over the methanogenic archaea. However, boreal upland forests can temporarily act as CH.sub.4...
From:Biogeosciences (Vol. 18, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe patterned microtopography of subarctic mires generates a variety of environmental conditions, and carbon dioxide (CO.sub.2) and methane (CH.sub.4) dynamics vary spatially among different plant community types (PCTs)....
From:Biogeosciences (Vol. 17, Issue 23) Peer-ReviewedNorthern peatlands are projected to be crucial in future atmospheric methane (CH.sub.4) budgets and have a positive feedback on global warming. Fens receive nutrients from catchments via inflowing water and are more...
From:Canadian Journal of Forest Research (Vol. 51, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
From:Canadian Journal of Forest Research (Vol. 42, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedPeatland forests constitute a significant timber resource in several boreal countries. In Finland, peatlands have been intensively managed with large-scale drainage operations to enhance growth of the stands. In...
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