Climate change impacts peatland CO2 gas exchange primarily via moisture conditions

ScienceDaily | 4/8/2019 | Staff
A new study led by researchers from the University of Eastern Finland and Natural Resources Institute Finland suggests that peatland CO2 exchange is more strongly influenced by drying than warming as such, and that soil moisture may be critical to determining whether fen ecosystems are able to adapt to a changing climate. The study was recently published in Global Change Biology -- a leading journal in environmental science.

The research is based on a four-year field experiment in two Finnish fens subjected...
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