Climate ‐ dependent CO 2 emissions from lakes

@inproceedings{Kosten2010ClimateD,
  title={Climate ‐ dependent CO 2 emissions from lakes},
  author={Sarian Kosten and F{\'a}bio Roland and David da Motta Marques and Egbert H. van Nes and N{\'e}stor Mazzeo and Leonel da S. L. Sternberg and Marten Scheffer and Jon J. Cole},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Inland waters, just as the world’s oceans, play an important role in the global carbon cycle. While lakes and reservoirs typically emit CO2, they also bury carbon in their sediment. The net CO2 emission is largely the result of the decomposition or preservation of terrestrially supplied carbon. What regulates the balance between CO2 emission and carbon burial is not known, but climate change and temperature have been hypothesized to influence both processes. We analyzed patterns in carbon… CONTINUE READING
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