Increasing Methane Emissions From Natural Land Ecosystems due to Sea‐Level Rise

@inproceedings{Lu2018IncreasingME,
  title={Increasing Methane Emissions From Natural Land Ecosystems due to Sea‐Level Rise},
  author={Xiaoliang Lu and Yuyu Zhou and Qianlai Zhuang and Catherine Prigent and Yaling Liu and Adriaan J. Teuling},
  year={2018}
}
Atmospheric methane (CH 4 ) is one of the most important greenhouse gases. However, there is still a large uncertainty in simulating CH 4 emissions from terrestrial ecosystems. Different from modeling studies focusing on response of CH 4 emissions to various environmental changes in land ecosystems, this study analyzed the response of CH 4 emissions to sea-level rise (SLR). To do so, a large-scale surface water routing module was incorporated into an existing CH 4 model. This allowed the model… CONTINUE READING

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