Effects of land use intensity on the full greenhouse gas balance in an Atlantic peat bog

@inproceedings{Beetz2013EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of land use intensity on the full greenhouse gas balance in an Atlantic peat bog},
  author={Sascha Beetz and Horst Liebersbach and Stephan Glatzel and Gerald Jurasinski and Uwe Buczko and Heinrich H{\"o}per},
  year={2013}
}
Wetlands can either be net sinks or net sources of greenhouse gases (GHGs), depending on the mean annual water level and other factors like average annual temperature, vegetation development, and land use. Whereas drained and agriculturally used peatlands tend to be carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrous oxide (N2O) sources but methane (CH 4) sinks, restored (i.e. rewetted) peatlands rather incorporate CO2, tend to be N2O neutral and release CH 4. One of the aims of peatland restoration is to… CONTINUE READING
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