Interannual , seasonal , and retrospective analysis of the methane and carbon dioxide budgets of a temperate peatland

@inproceedings{Olson2013InterannualS,
  title={Interannual , seasonal , and retrospective analysis of the methane and carbon dioxide budgets of a temperate peatland},
  author={Dawn M. Olson and T. J. Grif and Asko Noormets and R. Kolka and Jiquan Chen},
  year={2013}
}
[1] Three years (2009–2011) of near-continuous methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) fluxes were measured with the eddy covariance (EC) technique at a temperate peatland located within the Marcell Experimental Forest, in northern Minnesota, USA. The peatland was a net source of CH4 and a net sink of CO2 in each year with annual carbon budgets of 26.8 ( 18.7), 15.5 ( 14.8), and 14.6 ( 21.5) g Cm 2 yr 1 for 2009–2011, respectively. Differences in the seasonal hydrometeorological conditions among… CONTINUE READING