Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands

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  • Author : Xiaoguang Ouyang
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 350 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128192207
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Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands

Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands
  • Author : Xiaoguang Ouyang,Joe Shing Yip Lee,Derrick YF Lai,Cyril Marchand
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 March 2021
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Studies on blue carbon has strongly emphasized the storage potential of coastal wetlands. Currently, studies on carbon mineralization are patchy because they usually focus on either leaf litter/root decomposition or greenhouse gas emissions. Few studies systematically review the processes and principles of greenhouse gas production and emissions, and the linkage between litter/root decomposition and greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands will fill the current knowledge gap in carbon mineralization and provide a balanced view of the

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