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Simulating Peatland Methane Dynamics Coupled to a Mechanistic Model of Biogeochemistry, Hydrology, and Energy: Implications to Climate Change

By Takeshi Ise, Allison Dunn, Steven Wofsy and Paul Moorcroft

Published: August 17th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/9815

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