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000130678 245__ $$aAre Sphagnum-dominated regenerating cutover bogs C sinks or not? A study in the Swiss Jura Mountains with predictions of climate change impacts on the C balance
000130678 269__ $$a2007
000130678 260__ $$c2007
000130678 336__ $$aPosters
000130678 520__ $$aGrowing peatlands are an important long-term carbon (C) sink and thus play a key role in the global C cycle. Vast surfaces of northern peatlands have been mined for peat and are currently abandoned. In these surfaces, secondary vegetation succession takes place, leading to Sphagnum- dominated communities. It is unclear if these regenerating cutover bogs accumulate C, and in particular if the successful re-establishment of Sphagnum mosses suffices to infer that the C sequestration function has been restored. We studied the vegetation and C dynamics in a cutover bog in the Swiss Jura Mountains at three stages of regeneration (A: 29 years of regeneration, B: 42 years, and C: 51 years - ages derived from tree rings counts) and estimated the Net Ecosystem Exchange
000130678 6531_ $$aCarbon balance
000130678 6531_ $$aPeatland restoration
000130678 6531_ $$aEcological medelling
000130678 6531_ $$aGreenhouse gases
000130678 700__ $$aSamaritani, E
000130678 700__ $$0243085$$aSiegenthaler, A$$g157828
000130678 700__ $$aYli-Petäys, M
000130678 700__ $$0241312$$aButtler, A$$g133834
000130678 700__ $$aChristin, P-A
000130678 700__ $$aMitchell, EAD
000130678 7112_ $$aCarbon in Peatlands: State-of-the-Art and Future Research$$cWagenningen, The Netherlands$$dApril 15-18, 2007
000130678 8564_ $$uhttp://www.peatnet.siu.edu/CC07MainPage.html$$zURL
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000130678 909CO $$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:130678$$pposter$$pENAC$$qGLOBAL_SET
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000130678 937__ $$aECOS-POSTER-2008-002
000130678 973__ $$aEPFL$$sPUBLISHED
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