Guillermo Rein

1Adam Watts
1Merritt R Turetsky
1Brian Benscoter
1Guido R Van Der Werf
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  • Merritt R Turetsky, Brian Benscoter, Susan Page, Guillermo Rein, Guido R Van Der Werf, Adam Watts
  • 2014
11 P eatland ecosystems accumulate thick organic soil layers because plant production exceeds decomposition throughout the entire organic soil column (Fig. 1). Peatlands cover only about 2–3% of the Earth's land surface but store around 25% of the world's soil carbon 1. They are most abundant at northern high latitudes (Fig. 2a), where they cover roughly(More)
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