Site specific and regional estimates of methane uptake by tropical rainforest soils in north eastern Australia

@article{Kiese2008SiteSA,
  title={Site specific and regional estimates of methane uptake by tropical rainforest soils in north eastern Australia},
  author={Ralf Kiese and Sandra Wochele and Klaus Butterbach-Bahl},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2008},
  volume={309},
  pages={211-226}
}
Methane flux from rainforest soils in northeast Queensland, Australia, was investigated using a combination of laboratory, field and simulation modelling. In aerobic laboratory incubations, CH4 uptake in the top 0.1 m of the soil (−2.5 to −7.3 μg CH4 kg−1 SDW day−1) is approximately one order of magnitude higher than CH4 production under anaerobic conditions. The highest CH4 uptake, as well as potential CH4 production is found in the uppermost C rich soil layers. Detailed measurements from… CONTINUE READING

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