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The uptake of CH4 by aerate soil plays a secondary role in the removal of tropospheric CH4 , but it is still highly uncertain in terms of its magnitude, spatial, and temporal variation. In an attempt to quantify the sink of the vast alpine grasslands (1,400,000 km(2)) of the Tibetan Plateau, we conducted in situ measurements in an alpine steppe (4730 m) and(More)
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