Assessing greenhouse gas emissions from peatlands using vegetation as a proxy

@article{Couwenberg2011AssessingGG,
  title={Assessing greenhouse gas emissions from peatlands using vegetation as a proxy},
  author={John Couwenberg and Annett Thiele and Franziska Tanneberger and Juergen Augustin and Susanne B{\"a}risch and Dimitry Dubovik and Nadzeya Liashchynskaya and Dierk Michaelis and Merten Minke and Arkadi Skuratovich and Hans P J Joosten},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={674},
  pages={67-89}
}
Drained peatlands in temperate Europe are a globally important source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This article outlines a methodology to assess emissions and emission reductions from peatland rewetting projects using vegetation as a proxy. Vegetation seems well qualified for indicating GHG fluxes from peat soils as it reflects long-term water level, affects GHG emissions via assimilate supply and aerenchyma and allows fine-scaled mapping. The methodology includes mapping of vegetation… CONTINUE READING
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