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Infilled Ditches are Hotspots of Landscape Methane Flux Following Peatland Re-wetting
Peatlands are large terrestrial stores of carbon, and sustained CO2 sinks, but over the last century large areas have been drained for agriculture and forestry, potentially converting them into netExpand
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Alopecia areata investigational assessment guidelines-Part II
Alopecia areata is an immunologically mediated disease characterized by extreme variability not only in the time of initial onset of hair loss but in the duration, extent and pattern of hair lossExpand
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Genetic parameter estimates for tick resistance in Bonsmara cattle
The objectives of the study were to estimate geneti c parameters for tick resistance and to evaluate the effect of the level of tick infestation on the estimates of genetic parameters for SouthExpand
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Hydrology and water quality of the headwaters of the River Severn: Stream acidity recovery and interactions with plantation forestry under an improving pollution climate.
This paper presents new information on the hydrology and water quality of the eroding peatland headwaters of the River Severn in mid-Wales and links it to the impact of plantation conifer forestryExpand
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Evidence against recent climate‐induced destabilisation of soil carbon from 14C analysis of riverine dissolved organic matter
[1] The stability of global soil carbon (C) represents a major uncertainty in forecasting future climate change. In the UK, substantial soil C losses have been reported, while at the same timeExpand
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The role of catchment characteristics in determining surface water nitrogen in four upland regions in the UK
Hydrochemical and catchment data from 80 upland moorland sites in four regions with contrasting climate, soils, geology and geomorphology have been analysed to assess the key catchment attributesExpand
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Spatial trends in nitrogen concentrations in mosses across Europe in 2005/2006
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