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Total Greenhouse Gas Exchange from a Beef Cattle Farm Using Direct Whole Farm Measurements
Many anthropogenic activities are significant sources of greenhouse gasses, however not all emissions are as easy to quantify as the[...]
CO2 Time Series Patterns in Contrasting Headwater Streams of North America
Inland waters such as lakes and rivers are believed to be important areas for the transformation and exchange of carbon[...]
The comparison of two chamber designs for measurements of methane fluxes from a Wetland Research Park
Naturally occurring, biologically productive wetlands are significant greenhouse gas contributors, producing roughly 25% of the world's methane stock. This is[...]
Comparing Results of High and Low Frequency Measurements of Greenhouse Gas Fluxes
The emission of greenhouse gasses from soils is caused by dynamic factors such as temperature and moisture. These two factors[...]
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Created Brackish Marsh in Eastern North Carolina
Introduction: The Potential of the Created Marsh This study was done on a created brackish marsh in North Carolina. The[...]
Closed Chamber Systems for Continued Research of Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Permafrost Zones
Understanding greenhouse gas emissions from stored organic carbon is an increasingly important area in gas flux science. Melt of permafrost[...]
An Analysis of: Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Stream Methane and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in a Hemiboreal Catchment in Southwest Sweden
Even though they don’t cover a large area of the world, streams are an important contributor to total aquatic CO2[...]
From Sink to Source: Peatland Community Structure and Its Influence on Drought Response in Peatland CO2 Exchange
Peatlands contain vast stores of organic carbon; however, these stores are sensitive to changes in temperature and moisture. Periods of[...]
Comparing Chambers for Measuring Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Reservoirs
The action of damming waterways has altered the natural courses of water, resulting in large volumes help up in reservoirs.[...]
Heat Wave Effects on Greenhouse Gas Flux in Shallow Lakes
Freshwater systems are an important component on global carbon and nutrient cycles; having a disproportionally large impact given their small[...]
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Reservoir Water Surfaces: A New Global Synthesis
When we think of greenhouse gases, the first thing that comes to mind is the pollution caused by our activities; emissions[...]
Reduced Tillage Practices: Are they really a “climate-friendly” alternative?
Conservation Tillage: The Search for Sustainable Agriculture With both the global population and temperatures on the rise, there is an[...]
Monitoring Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Re-Constructed Wetlands in the Athabascan Oil Sands Region
Naturally occurring, highly saturated wetlands are an important player in the global carbon cycle; acting as net carbon sinks over[...]