Potential for using remote sensing to estimate carbon fluxes across northern peatlands - A review.

@article{Lees2018PotentialFU,
  title={Potential for using remote sensing to estimate carbon fluxes across northern peatlands - A review.},
  author={Kirsty J. Lees and Tristan Quaife and Rebekka Ruth Elisabeth Artz and Myroslava Khomik and Joanna I. M. Clark},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={615},
  pages={
          857-874
        }
}
Peatlands store large amounts of terrestrial carbon and any changes to their carbon balance could cause large changes in the greenhouse gas (GHG) balance of the Earth's atmosphere. There is still much uncertainty about how the GHG dynamics of peatlands are affected by climate and land use change. Current field-based methods of estimating annual carbon exchange between peatlands and the atmosphere include flux chambers and eddy covariance towers. However, remote sensing has several advantages… CONTINUE READING
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