Methane oxidation in boreal peat soils treated with various nitrogen compounds

@article{Kravchenko2004MethaneOI,
  title={Methane oxidation in boreal peat soils treated with various nitrogen compounds},
  author={Irina Konstantinovna Kravchenko},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={242},
  pages={157-162}
}
The potential methane consumption activity was examined in various plant communities of a boreal Sphagnum-dominated Bakchar bog of West Siberia. In aerobic laboratory incubations, the peat consumed methane with the maximal rates varied from 17 to 153 nmol CH4 h−1g− 1.The highest oxidation took place in the peat from the cotton grass and dwarf shrub-cotton grass communities. The addition of different N-compounds inhibited CH4-uptake and was not a simple influence of shift in ionic balance (`salt… CONTINUE READING

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