Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands

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Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands
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Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands: From Litter Decomposition to Greenhouse Gas Dynamics fills the current knowledge gap in carbon mineralization, providing a balanced view of the carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands. Readers will get a holistic treatment of carbon mineralization, from litter/root decomposition pathways and their contribution, to carbon mineralization and the processes and sources of greenhouse gas production. The book compares carbon mineralization in mangroves and saltmarshes and highlights differences in carbon dynamics. As studies on blue carbon have strongly emphasized the storage potential of coastal wetlands, this book is an ideal resource on the topics discussed. Provides comprehensive perspectives on the processes and mechanisms of carbon mineralization in coastal wetlands Identifies factors regulating organic matter decomposition and greenhouse gas emission Clarifies the linkage between litter decomposition and greenhouse gas emission Unravels how greenhouse gas emissions are modified by anthropogenic activities, including eutrophication and deforestation

Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands

Carbon Mineralization in Coastal Wetlands: From Litter Decomposition to Greenhouse Gas Dynamics fills the current knowledge gap in carbon mineralization, providing a balanced view of the carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands. Readers will get a holistic treatment of carbon mineralization, from litter/root decomposition pathways and their contribution, to carbon

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