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Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1029_2019GB006503

Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands

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Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands

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Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands

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Washington: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

Journal title

Global biogeochemical cycles, 2020, Vol.34 (7), p.n/a

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1029_2019GB006503

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English

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Washington: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Peat soils drained for agriculture and forestry are important sources of carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide. Rewetting effectively reduces these emissions. However, rewetting also increases methane emissions from the soil and, on forestry‐drained peatlands, decreases the carbon storage of trees. To analyze the effect of peatland rewetting on the clim...

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Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1029_2019GB006503

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1029_2019GB006503

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0886-6236

E-ISSN

1944-9224

DOI

10.1029/2019GB006503

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