Methane ebullition and diffusion from northern ponds and lakes regulated by the interaction between temperature and system productivity

@inproceedings{Delsontro2016MethaneEA,
  title={Methane ebullition and diffusion from northern ponds and lakes regulated by the interaction between temperature and system productivity},
  author={Tonya Delsontro and Lennie Boutet and Annick St-Pierre and Paul A. del Giorgio and Yves T. Prairie},
  year={2016}
}
Methane (CH4) emissions from aquatic systems should be coupled to CH4 production, and thus a temperature-dependent process, yet recent evidence suggests that modeling CH4 emissions may be more complex due to the biotic and abiotic processes influencing emissions. We studied the magnitude and regulation of two CH4 pathways—ebullition and diffusion—from 10 shallow ponds and 3 lakes in Quebec. Ebullitive fluxes in ponds averaged 4.6 ± 4.1 mmol CH4 m−2 d−1, contributing ∼56% to total (diffusive… CONTINUE READING

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