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Long-term Relationships between Carbon Sequestration, Hydrology, and Tephra Disturbance in a Northern Peatland (Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia)
Northern peatlands are one of the most important carbon reservoirs, storing one-third to one-half of the world’s soil carbon pool and thus changes in their carbon balance have the potential to cause a positive feedback to ...
Assessing the impacts of climate change on fluvial processes: using a physically-based model to determine hydrologic responses of the Slate River
Watershed models are an important tool in regional planning and conservation efforts. They can provide valuable insight into the potential impacts of different land use changes and future climate change scenarios on ...
The influence of water table fluctuation on hydrarch succession in two subarctic peatlands in Eastern James Bay, Quebec
Northern peatlands contain close to one-third of the world’s soil carbon and changes to their ecology and hydrology play a major role in the fate of these carbon stocks and the direction of their climate feedbacks. Recent ...