Biogeosciences Contrasting carbon dioxide fluxes between a drying shrub wetland in Northern Wisconsin , USA , and nearby forests

  title={Biogeosciences Contrasting carbon dioxide fluxes between a drying shrub wetland in Northern Wisconsin , USA , and nearby forests},
  author={Benjamin N. Sulman and Ankur R. Desai and Bruce D. Cook and Nicanor Z. Saliendra and D. S. Mackay},
Wetland biogeochemistry is strongly influenced by water and temperature dynamics, and these interactions are currently poorly represented in ecosystem and climate models. A decline in water table of approximately 30 cm was observed at a wetland in Northern Wisconsin, USA over a period from 2001–2007, which was highly correlated with an increase in daily soil temperature variability. Eddy covariance measurements of carbon dioxide exchange were compared with measured CO 2 fluxes at two nearby… CONTINUE READING
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