Methane flux from mangrove sediments along the Southwestern coast of Puerto Rico

@article{Sotomayor1994MethaneFF,
  title={Methane flux from mangrove sediments along the Southwestern coast of Puerto Rico},
  author={D. Sotomayor and J. Corredor and J. Morell},
  journal={Estuaries},
  year={1994},
  volume={17},
  pages={140-147}
}
Although the sediments of coastal marine mangrove forests have been considered a minor source of atmospheric methane, these estimates have been based on sparse data from similar areas. We have gathered evidence that shows that external nutrient and freshwater loading in mangrove sediments may have a significant effect on methane flux. Experiments were performed to examine methane fluxes from anaerobic sediments in a mangrove forest subjected to secondary sewage effluents on the southwestern… Expand
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