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- Pullens, J.W.M.; Sottocornola, M.; Kiely, G.; Toscano, P.; Gianelle, D.
- Agricultural and forest meteorology 2016 v.220 pp. 69-82
- carbon dioxide, etc ; altitude; carbon; carbon sequestration; climate change; ecosystem respiration; freezing; grasslands; greenhouse gas emissions; methane production; net ecosystem exchange; organic matter; peatlands; primary productivity; soil temperature; soil water; soil water content; water balance; weather; winter; Alps region; Italy; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... It is widely known that peatlands are a significant carbon (C) stock. Most peatlands are located in boreal and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere but some occur also at high altitude and, contrary to the first; their contribution in terms of carbon sequestration is far less studied. In the Alps, there are numerous small peatlands, which are threatened by increasing temperatures and an al ...