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Carbon Sequestration in Wetland Soils: Importance, Mechanisms, and Future Prospects

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Scott C. Neubauer

Citation: Volume 35, Issue 5, Page 12

The importance of wetlands as reservoirs of soil organic carbon, the mechanisms that lead to high-carbon storage in wetland soils, and some possible ways that future environmental conditions may change rates of wetland carbon sequestration are explored.

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