Wetland Flux Controls: How Does Interacting Water Table Levels and Temperature Influence Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes in Northern Wisconsin?

Wetland Flux Controls: How Does Interacting Water Table Levels and Temperature Influence Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes in Northern Wisconsin?

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Pugh, C. A., Reed, D. E., Desai, A. R., Sulman, B. N. Wetland Flux Controls: How Does Interacting Water Table Levels and Temperature Influence Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes in Northern Wisconsin? Biogeochemistry. Volume 137, Number 1-2. 15-25

Analysis, Carbon, Carbon dioxide, Climate change, Watershed, Wetlands, Climate, Temperature, Seasonal patterns, Water column, Marsh, Atmosphere, Exchange

This study evaluated the effects of temperature on the seasonal fluxes of carbon dioxide and methane by monitoring the biogeochemical outputs of a shrub fen wetland in northern Wisconsin (U.S.). The results of the study indicate that wetland carbon fluxes are substantially more affected by temperature than water table fluctuations.

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