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Understanding wetland greenhouse gas emissions and the roles of biological communities in moderating gas flux

Project Background

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The roles of higher trophic levels in modifying GHG emissions have received little attention, and yet their potentially large effects via predation, nutrient subsidies, bioturbation, and herbivory may be critical to our understanding of the forces controlling wetland contributions to global GHG emissions. In order to successfully predict and model climate regulation and GHG fluxes to the atmosphere, a thorough understanding of the factors influencing these processes is crucial.

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