An attempt to quantify the impact of changes in wetland extent on methane emissions on the seasonal and interannual time scales

@article{Ringeval2010AnAT,
  title={An attempt to quantify the impact of changes in wetland extent on methane emissions on the seasonal and interannual time scales},
  author={B. Ringeval and N. Noblet-Ducoudr{\'e} and P. Ciais and P. Bousquet and C. Prigent and F. Papa and W. Rossow},
  journal={Global Biogeochemical Cycles},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={12}
}
[1] Climate variability impacts CH4 wetland sources as changes in flux density per unit area and via expansion or contraction of wetland areas in response to surface hydrological processes. This paper is a first attempt to isolate the role of varying wetland area on the seasonal and interannual variability of CH4 wetland emissions over the past decade. Wetland area extent at monthly intervals was provided over the period 1993–2000 by a suite of satellite observations from multiple sensors. The… Expand
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