Managing rain-filled wetlands for carbon sequestration: a synthesis

@inproceedings{Watkins2017ManagingRW,
  title={Managing rain-filled wetlands for carbon sequestration: a synthesis},
  author={Susanne C. Watkins and Darren S. Baldwin and Helen P. Waudby and S. Andrew Ning},
  year={2017}
}
Global acknowledgement of climate change and its predicted environmental consequences has created a need for practical management techniques that increase a landscape’s ability to capture and store atmospheric carbon (C). Globally, wetlands sequester disproportionally more C per unit surface area than many other components of the landscape. However, wetlands vary in their capacity to store C and regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Hydrology, in particular, is a critical driver ofwetlandC capture… CONTINUE READING

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