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- Day, Richard H., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Global change biology 2018 v.24 no.11 pp. 5361-5379
- cacti and succulents; carbon sequestration; carbon sinks; climate; climate change; ecosystem services; ecosystems; environmental impact; estuaries; freshwater; graminoids; mangrove forests; plant communities; prediction; salinity; salt marshes; soil; soil formation; soil organic matter; temperature; topography; vascular plants; wetland plants; Gulf of Mexico
- ... Coastal wetlands are among the most productive and carbon‐rich ecosystems on Earth. Long‐term carbon storage in coastal wetlands occurs primarily belowground as soil organic matter (SOM). In addition to serving as a carbon sink, SOM influences wetland ecosystem structure, function, and stability. To anticipate and mitigate the effects of climate change, there is a need to advance understanding of ...