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Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves

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Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. / Kreyling, J.; Tanneberger, F.; Jansen, F.; van der Linden, S.; Aggenbach, C.; Blüml, V.; Couwenberg, J.; Emsens, W. J.; Joosten, H.; Klimkowska, A.; Kotowski, W.; Kozub, L.; Lennartz, B.; Liczner, Y.; Liu, H.; Michaelis, D.; Oehmke, C.; Parakenings, K.; Pleyl, E.; Poyda, A.; Raabe, S.; Röhl, M.; Rücker, K.; Schneider, A.; Schrautzer, J.; Schröder, C.; Schug, F.; Seeber, E.; Thiel, F.; Thiele, S.; Tiemeyer, B.; Timmermann, T.; Urich, T.; van Diggelen, R.; Vegelin, K.; Verbruggen, E.; Wilmking, M.; Wrage-Mönnig, N.; Wołejko, L.; Zak, D.; Jurasinski, G.

I: Nature Communications, Bind 12, 5693, 10.2021.

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Kreyling, J, Tanneberger, F, Jansen, F, van der Linden, S, Aggenbach, C, Blüml, V, Couwenberg, J, Emsens, WJ, Joosten, H, Klimkowska, A, Kotowski, W, Kozub, L, Lennartz, B, Liczner, Y, Liu, H, Michaelis, D, Oehmke, C, Parakenings, K, Pleyl, E, Poyda, A, Raabe, S, Röhl, M, Rücker, K, Schneider, A, Schrautzer, J, Schröder, C, Schug, F, Seeber, E, Thiel, F, Thiele, S, Tiemeyer, B, Timmermann, T, Urich, T, van Diggelen, R, Vegelin, K, Verbruggen, E, Wilmking, M, Wrage-Mönnig, N, Wołejko, L, Zak, D & Jurasinski, G 2021, 'Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves', Nature Communications, bind 12, 5693. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y

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Kreyling, J., Tanneberger, F., Jansen, F., van der Linden, S., Aggenbach, C., Blüml, V., Couwenberg, J., Emsens, W. J., Joosten, H., Klimkowska, A., Kotowski, W., Kozub, L., Lennartz, B., Liczner, Y., Liu, H., Michaelis, D., Oehmke, C., Parakenings, K., Pleyl, E., ... Jurasinski, G. (2021). Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. Nature Communications, 12, [5693]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y

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Kreyling J, Tanneberger F, Jansen F, van der Linden S, Aggenbach C, Blüml V, Couwenberg J, Emsens WJ, Joosten H, Klimkowska A, Kotowski W, Kozub L, Lennartz B, Liczner Y, Liu H, Michaelis D, Oehmke C, Parakenings K, Pleyl E, Poyda A, Raabe S, Röhl M, Rücker K, Schneider A, Schrautzer J, Schröder C, Schug F, Seeber E, Thiel F, Thiele S, Tiemeyer B, Timmermann T, Urich T, van Diggelen R, Vegelin K, Verbruggen E, Wilmking M, Wrage-Mönnig N, Wołejko L, Zak D, Jurasinski G. 2021. Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. Nature Communications. 12:Article 5693. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y

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Kreyling J, Tanneberger F, Jansen F, van der Linden S, Aggenbach C, Blüml V o.a. Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. Nature Communications. 2021 okt.;12. 5693. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y

Author

Kreyling, J. ; Tanneberger, F. ; Jansen, F. ; van der Linden, S. ; Aggenbach, C. ; Blüml, V. ; Couwenberg, J. ; Emsens, W. J. ; Joosten, H. ; Klimkowska, A. ; Kotowski, W. ; Kozub, L. ; Lennartz, B. ; Liczner, Y. ; Liu, H. ; Michaelis, D. ; Oehmke, C. ; Parakenings, K. ; Pleyl, E. ; Poyda, A. ; Raabe, S. ; Röhl, M. ; Rücker, K. ; Schneider, A. ; Schrautzer, J. ; Schröder, C. ; Schug, F. ; Seeber, E. ; Thiel, F. ; Thiele, S. ; Tiemeyer, B. ; Timmermann, T. ; Urich, T. ; van Diggelen, R. ; Vegelin, K. ; Verbruggen, E. ; Wilmking, M. ; Wrage-Mönnig, N. ; Wołejko, L. ; Zak, D. ; Jurasinski, G. / Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves. I: Nature Communications. 2021 ; Bind 12.

Bibtex

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title = "Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves",
abstract = "Peatlands have been drained for land use for a long time and on a large scale, turning them from carbon and nutrient sinks into respective sources, diminishing water regulation capacity, causing surface height loss and destroying biodiversity. Over the last decades, drained peatlands have been rewetted for biodiversity restoration and, as it strongly decreases greenhouse gas emissions, also for climate protection. We quantify restoration success by comparing 320 rewetted fen peatland sites to 243 near-natural peatland sites of similar origin across temperate Europe, all set into perspective by 10k additional European fen vegetation plots. Results imply that rewetting of drained fen peatlands induces the establishment of tall, graminoid wetland plants (helophytisation) and long-lasting differences to pre-drainage biodiversity (vegetation), ecosystem functioning (geochemistry, hydrology), and land cover characteristics (spectral temporal metrics). The Paris Agreement entails the rewetting of 500,000 km2 of drained peatlands worldwide until 2050-2070. A better understanding of the resulting locally novel ecosystems is required to improve planning and implementation of peatland rewetting and subsequent management.",
author = "J. Kreyling and F. Tanneberger and F. Jansen and {van der Linden}, S. and C. Aggenbach and V. Bl{\"u}ml and J. Couwenberg and Emsens, {W. J.} and H. Joosten and A. Klimkowska and W. Kotowski and L. Kozub and B. Lennartz and Y. Liczner and H. Liu and D. Michaelis and C. Oehmke and K. Parakenings and E. Pleyl and A. Poyda and S. Raabe and M. R{\"o}hl and K. R{\"u}cker and A. Schneider and J. Schrautzer and C. Schr{\"o}der and F. Schug and E. Seeber and F. Thiel and S. Thiele and B. Tiemeyer and T. Timmermann and T. Urich and {van Diggelen}, R. and K. Vegelin and E. Verbruggen and M. Wilmking and N. Wrage-M{\"o}nnig and L. Wo{\l}ejko and D. Zak and G. Jurasinski",
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month = oct,
doi = "10.1038/s41467-021-25619-y",
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RIS

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T1 - Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves

AU - Kreyling, J.

AU - Tanneberger, F.

AU - Jansen, F.

AU - van der Linden, S.

AU - Aggenbach, C.

AU - Blüml, V.

AU - Couwenberg, J.

AU - Emsens, W. J.

AU - Joosten, H.

AU - Klimkowska, A.

AU - Kotowski, W.

AU - Kozub, L.

AU - Lennartz, B.

AU - Liczner, Y.

AU - Liu, H.

AU - Michaelis, D.

AU - Oehmke, C.

AU - Parakenings, K.

AU - Pleyl, E.

AU - Poyda, A.

AU - Raabe, S.

AU - Röhl, M.

AU - Rücker, K.

AU - Schneider, A.

AU - Schrautzer, J.

AU - Schröder, C.

AU - Schug, F.

AU - Seeber, E.

AU - Thiel, F.

AU - Thiele, S.

AU - Tiemeyer, B.

AU - Timmermann, T.

AU - Urich, T.

AU - van Diggelen, R.

AU - Vegelin, K.

AU - Verbruggen, E.

AU - Wilmking, M.

AU - Wrage-Mönnig, N.

AU - Wołejko, L.

AU - Zak, D.

AU - Jurasinski, G.

N1 - Publisher Copyright: © 2021, The Author(s).

PY - 2021/10

Y1 - 2021/10

N2 - Peatlands have been drained for land use for a long time and on a large scale, turning them from carbon and nutrient sinks into respective sources, diminishing water regulation capacity, causing surface height loss and destroying biodiversity. Over the last decades, drained peatlands have been rewetted for biodiversity restoration and, as it strongly decreases greenhouse gas emissions, also for climate protection. We quantify restoration success by comparing 320 rewetted fen peatland sites to 243 near-natural peatland sites of similar origin across temperate Europe, all set into perspective by 10k additional European fen vegetation plots. Results imply that rewetting of drained fen peatlands induces the establishment of tall, graminoid wetland plants (helophytisation) and long-lasting differences to pre-drainage biodiversity (vegetation), ecosystem functioning (geochemistry, hydrology), and land cover characteristics (spectral temporal metrics). The Paris Agreement entails the rewetting of 500,000 km2 of drained peatlands worldwide until 2050-2070. A better understanding of the resulting locally novel ecosystems is required to improve planning and implementation of peatland rewetting and subsequent management.

AB - Peatlands have been drained for land use for a long time and on a large scale, turning them from carbon and nutrient sinks into respective sources, diminishing water regulation capacity, causing surface height loss and destroying biodiversity. Over the last decades, drained peatlands have been rewetted for biodiversity restoration and, as it strongly decreases greenhouse gas emissions, also for climate protection. We quantify restoration success by comparing 320 rewetted fen peatland sites to 243 near-natural peatland sites of similar origin across temperate Europe, all set into perspective by 10k additional European fen vegetation plots. Results imply that rewetting of drained fen peatlands induces the establishment of tall, graminoid wetland plants (helophytisation) and long-lasting differences to pre-drainage biodiversity (vegetation), ecosystem functioning (geochemistry, hydrology), and land cover characteristics (spectral temporal metrics). The Paris Agreement entails the rewetting of 500,000 km2 of drained peatlands worldwide until 2050-2070. A better understanding of the resulting locally novel ecosystems is required to improve planning and implementation of peatland rewetting and subsequent management.

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