Decadal vegetation changes in a northern peatland , greenhouse gas fluxes and net radiative forcing

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  title={Decadal vegetation changes in a northern peatland , greenhouse gas fluxes and net radiative forcing},
  author={},
  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
Thawing permafrost in the sub-Arctic has implications for the physical stability and biological dynamics of peatland ecosystems. This study provides an analysis of how permafrost thawing and subsequent vegetation changes in a sub-Arctic Swedish mire have changed the net exchange of greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO2) and CH4 over the past three decades. Images of the mire (ca. 17 ha) and surroundings taken with film sensitive in the visible and the near infrared portion of the spectrum, [i.e… CONTINUE READING

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