Above- and below-ground phytomass and net primary production in boreal mire ecosystems of Western Siberia

@article{Kosykh2007AboveAB,
  title={Above- and below-ground phytomass and net primary production in boreal mire ecosystems of Western Siberia},
  author={Natalia P. Kosykh and Natalia G. Koronatova and Natalia B. Naumova and Argenta A. Titlyanova},
  journal={Wetlands Ecology and Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={139-153}
}
We measured phytomass stock and production in Western Siberian mire ecosystems (palsa, ridge, oligotrophic and mesotrophic hollows, fen). To determine the contribution of different phytomass fractions into total production, we developed a method to estimate below-ground production (BNP). Standing crop of living above-ground phytomass on treeless plots varied from 300 to 660 g m−2, reaching maximum on palsa, where 81% of phytomass consisted of Sphagnum mosses and lichens. In the hollows and the… CONTINUE READING

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