Agricultural peat lands; towards a greenhouse gas sink – a synthesis of a Dutch landscape study

A.P. Schrier-Uijl, P.S. Kroon, D.M.D. Hendriks, A. Hensen, J. van Huissteden, P.A. Leffelaar, F. Berendse, E.M. Veenendaal

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It is generally known that managed, drained peatlands act as carbon (C) sources. In this study we examined how mitigation through the reduction of the intensity of land management and through rewetting may affect the greenhouse gas (GHG) emission and the C balance of intensively managed, drained, agricultural peatlands. Carbon and GHG balances were determined for three peatlands in the western part of the Netherlands from 2005 to 2008 by considering spatial and temporal variability of emissions (CO
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4559-4576
JournalBiogeosciences
Volume11
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Schrier-Uijl, A. P., Kroon, P. S., Hendriks, D. M. D., Hensen, A., van Huissteden, J., Leffelaar, P. A., ... Veenendaal, E. M. (2014). Agricultural peat lands; towards a greenhouse gas sink – a synthesis of a Dutch landscape study. Biogeosciences, 11, 4559-4576. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-11-4559-2014
Schrier-Uijl, A.P. ; Kroon, P.S. ; Hendriks, D.M.D. ; Hensen, A. ; van Huissteden, J. ; Leffelaar, P.A. ; Berendse, F. ; Veenendaal, E.M. / Agricultural peat lands; towards a greenhouse gas sink – a synthesis of a Dutch landscape study. In: Biogeosciences. 2014 ; Vol. 11. pp. 4559-4576.
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