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Peatland rewetting: Exploring soil-specific climate mitigation potentials in paludiculture for green protein biorefinery

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportPh.d.-afhandling

Rewetting of drained peatlands is a nature-based solution to atmospheric decarbonisation, simultaneously restoring habitats and offering sustainable land use options, e.g., 'paludiculture'. However, how affect soil-specific biogeochemical properties and sustainable peatland management emission dynamics? This study assessed different peatlands and found that I) rewetting of fens resulted in higher emission reductions compared to bogs, II) paludiculture management intensities did not affect emissions, and III) high biomass and crude protein yields were achievable for paludiculture grasses, having a potential in green protein biorefineries.
Antal sider200
StatusUdgivet - 17 mar. 2023

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