Vegetation height and other controls of spatial variability in methane emissions from the Arctic coastal tundra at Barrow , Alaska

@inproceedings{Fischer2010VegetationHA,
  title={Vegetation height and other controls of spatial variability in methane emissions from the Arctic coastal tundra at Barrow , Alaska},
  author={Joseph C. von Fischer and Robert C. Rhew and Gregory M. Ames and Bailey K. Fosdick and Paul E. Fischer},
  year={2010}
}
[1] We conducted measurements of methane (CH4) emission and ecosystem respiration on >200 points across the Arctic coastal tundra near Barrow, Alaska, United States, in July 2007 and August 2008. This site contains broad diversity in tundra microtopography, including polygonal tundra, thaw lakes, and drained lake basins. In 2007, we surveyed CH4 emissions across this landscape, and found that soil water content was the strongest control of methane emission rate, such that emission rates rose… CONTINUE READING

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