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Coastal wetlands, commonly inundated by periodic tides, have been recognized as important sources of greenhouse gases. However, little is known of tidal effects on in situ soil CO2 and CH4 emissions in a semi-lunar tidal cycle consisting of neap and spring tide periods (NTP and STP). A field study was conducted in the Yangtze River estuary to investigate(More)
Soil organic carbon (SOC) plays an essential role in the early stages of pedogenisis and ecological restoration in reclaimed mine soils. Dynamic changes in the SOC content are essential for assessing the quality of reclaimed mine soils and the effect of ecological restoration. To objectively assess the carbon dynamics of reclaimed soils, we selected the(More)
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