Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands

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Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands. / Pirk, Norbert; Mastepanov, Mikhail; López-Blanco, Efrén; Christensen, Louise; Christiansen, Hanne Hvidtfeldt; Hansen, Birger; Lund, Magnus; Parmentier, Frans Jan W.; Skov, Kirstine; Christensen, Torben R.

I: Ambio, Bind 46, Nr. Suppl. 1, 2017, s. 70-80.

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Pirk, N, Mastepanov, M, López-Blanco, E, Christensen, L, Christiansen, HH, Hansen, B, Lund, M, Parmentier, FJW, Skov, K & Christensen, TR 2017, 'Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands', Ambio, bind 46, nr. Suppl. 1, s. 70-80. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-016-0893-3

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Pirk, N., Mastepanov, M., López-Blanco, E., Christensen, L., Christiansen, H. H., Hansen, B., Lund, M., Parmentier, F. J. W., Skov, K., & Christensen, T. R. (2017). Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands. Ambio, 46(Suppl. 1), 70-80. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-016-0893-3

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Pirk N, Mastepanov M, López-Blanco E, Christensen L, Christiansen HH, Hansen B o.a. Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands. Ambio. 2017;46(Suppl. 1):70-80. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-016-0893-3

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Pirk, Norbert ; Mastepanov, Mikhail ; López-Blanco, Efrén ; Christensen, Louise ; Christiansen, Hanne Hvidtfeldt ; Hansen, Birger ; Lund, Magnus ; Parmentier, Frans Jan W. ; Skov, Kirstine ; Christensen, Torben R. / Toward a statistical description of methane emissions from arctic wetlands. I: Ambio. 2017 ; Bind 46, Nr. Suppl. 1. s. 70-80.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Methane (CH4) emissions from arctic tundra typically follow relations with soil temperature and water table depth, but these process-based descriptions can be difficult to apply to areas where no measurements exist. We formulated a description of the broader temporal flux pattern in the growing season based on two distinct CH4 source components from slow and fast-turnover carbon. We used automatic closed chamber flux measurements from NE Greenland (74°N), W Greenland (64°N), and Svalbard (78°N) to identify and discuss these components. The temporal separation was well-suited in NE Greenland, where the hypothesized slow-turnover carbon peaked at a time significantly related to the timing of snowmelt. The temporally wider component from fast-turnover carbon dominated the emissions in W Greenland and Svalbard. Altogether, we found no dependence of the total seasonal CH4 budget to the timing of snowmelt, and warmer sites and years tended to yield higher CH4 emissions.",
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AU - Pirk, Norbert

AU - Mastepanov, Mikhail

AU - López-Blanco, Efrén

AU - Christensen, Louise

AU - Christiansen, Hanne Hvidtfeldt

AU - Hansen, Birger

AU - Lund, Magnus

AU - Parmentier, Frans Jan W.

AU - Skov, Kirstine

AU - Christensen, Torben R.

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N2 - Methane (CH4) emissions from arctic tundra typically follow relations with soil temperature and water table depth, but these process-based descriptions can be difficult to apply to areas where no measurements exist. We formulated a description of the broader temporal flux pattern in the growing season based on two distinct CH4 source components from slow and fast-turnover carbon. We used automatic closed chamber flux measurements from NE Greenland (74°N), W Greenland (64°N), and Svalbard (78°N) to identify and discuss these components. The temporal separation was well-suited in NE Greenland, where the hypothesized slow-turnover carbon peaked at a time significantly related to the timing of snowmelt. The temporally wider component from fast-turnover carbon dominated the emissions in W Greenland and Svalbard. Altogether, we found no dependence of the total seasonal CH4 budget to the timing of snowmelt, and warmer sites and years tended to yield higher CH4 emissions.

AB - Methane (CH4) emissions from arctic tundra typically follow relations with soil temperature and water table depth, but these process-based descriptions can be difficult to apply to areas where no measurements exist. We formulated a description of the broader temporal flux pattern in the growing season based on two distinct CH4 source components from slow and fast-turnover carbon. We used automatic closed chamber flux measurements from NE Greenland (74°N), W Greenland (64°N), and Svalbard (78°N) to identify and discuss these components. The temporal separation was well-suited in NE Greenland, where the hypothesized slow-turnover carbon peaked at a time significantly related to the timing of snowmelt. The temporally wider component from fast-turnover carbon dominated the emissions in W Greenland and Svalbard. Altogether, we found no dependence of the total seasonal CH4 budget to the timing of snowmelt, and warmer sites and years tended to yield higher CH4 emissions.

KW - Emission

KW - Greenland

KW - Methane

KW - Svalbard

KW - Tundra

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DO - 10.1007/s13280-016-0893-3

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SP - 70

EP - 80

JO - Ambio

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