table : nonforested-peatland-area-density-flux-factors

Nonforested Peatland Area Density Flux Factors (a)

table 13B.9


This table appears in chapter 13B of the Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report report.

Notes
(a) Key: CO2, carbon dioxide; g, gram; C, carbon; CH4, methane.

This table is composed of this array :
a23767cb (83x5)
Location Vegetation Type Annual Flux (CO2 g C per m^2 per Year) Annual Flux (CH4 g C per m^2 per Year) Reference
Minnesota Open bog 61.473 After Crill et al. (1988); after Mitsch and Wu (1995)
Minnesota Natural fen 65.864 After Crill et al. (1988); after Mitsch and Wu (1995)
Minnesota Acid fen 21.077 After Crill et al. (1988); after Mitsch and Wu (1995)
West Virginia Mountain bog 51.374 After Gorham (1991); after Crill et al. (1988)
Minnesota Bog 36.006 After Harriss et al. (1985)
Minnesota Fen 1.098 After Harriss et al. (1985)
California Marsh –412.5 56.300 Anderson et al. (2016)
Minnesota Open bog 0 Bridgham et al. (1995)
New Hampshire Poor fen 82.950 Carroll and Crill (1997)
Boreal Canada Swamp 0.922 Derived from Moore and Roulet (1995)
Boreal Canada Fen 2.503 Derived from Moore and Roulet (1995)
Boreal Canada Bog 1.713 Derived from Moore and Roulet (1995)
Minnesota Fen Lagg 9.450 Dise (1993)
Minnesota Bog (open bog) 32.325 Dise (1993)
Minnesota Fen (open poor fen) 49.275 Dise (1993)
Minnesota Open poor fen 13.173 Dise (1992)
Minnesota Open bog 3.074 Dise (1992)
Minnesota Poor fen, control 66.075 Dise and Verry (2001)
Minnesota Poor fen, ammonium nitrate added 70.255 Dise and Verry (2001)
Minnesota Poor fen, ammonium sulfate added 44.788 Dise and Verry (2001)
Minnesota Nonforested 17.250 Dise and Verry (2001)
Wales Peat monoliths 63.230 Freeman et al. (1993)
New Hampshire Poor fen 51.975 Frolking and Crill (1994)
West Siberia Sedge fen 14.490 Golovatskaya and Dyukarev (2008)
Florida Wet prairie (marl) 5.625 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (marl) 6.131 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (marl) 10.125 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (peat) 9.281 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (peat) 2.644 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (peat) 33.525 Happell et al. (1994)
Florida Marsh (peat) 4.163 Happell et al. (1994)
Quebec, Canada Fen 6.225 Helbig et al. (2017)
Florida Marsh –44.9 Jimenez et al. (2012)
California Young restored wetland –368.0 53.000 Knox et al. (2015)
California Old restored wetland –397.0 38.700 Knox et al. (2015)
Washington Bog 19.950 Lansdown et al. (1992)
Ontario, Canada Fen 18.825 Lai et al. (2014)
Ontario, Canada Fen 3.960 Lai et al. (2014)
Ontario, Canada Fen 10.478 Lai et al. (2014)
Quebec, Canada Bog –60.78 Lu et al. (2017); Sulman et al. (2012); Lund et al. (2010)
Ireland Bog –47.78 Lu et al. (2017); Koehler et al. (2011)
Sweden Fen –58.0 Lu et al. (2017); Pleichel et al. (2014)
Finland Natural fen 15.324 Nykänen et al. (1995)
Finland Drained fen 0.132 Nykänen et al. (1995)
Minnesota Fen –35.3 16.300 Olsen et al. (2013)
Michigan Bog 52.650 Shannon and White (1994)
Michigan Bog 7.650 Shannon and White (1994)
Ontario, Canada Marsh –224.0 127.000 Strachan et al. (2015)
Quebec, Canada Poor fen, control 0.032 Strack and Waddington (2007)
Quebec, Canada Poor fen, control 39.080 Strack et al. (2004)
Quebec, Canada Poor fen, with water table drawdown 17.564 Strack et al. (2004)
Northern Sweden Ombrotrophic bog, hummocks 0.220 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Northern Sweden Ombrotrophic bog, between hummocks 0.615 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Northern Sweden Ombrotrophic bog, shallow depressions 3.381 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Northern Sweden Ombrotrophic bog, deeper depressions 5.313 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Northern Sweden Ombrominerotrophic 11.987 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Northern Sweden Minerotrophic fen 74.163 Svensson and Rosswall (1984)
Western Canada Bog 1.756 Turetsky et al. (2007)
North America and Europe Bogs and fens 26.000 Turetsky et al. (2014)
Minnesota Bog 0.036 Updegraff et al. (2001)
Florida Swamp 19.455 Villa and Mitsch (2014)
Northern England Acidic blanket peat 0.025 Ward et al. (2007)
Maryland Sphagnum bog –0.300 Yavitt et al. (1990)
West Virginia Sphagnum/Eriophorum (poor fen) 1.800 Yavitt et al. (1990)
West Virginia Sphagnum/Shrub (fen) 0 Yavitt et al. (1993)
West Virginia Polytrichum/Shrub (fen) 0 Yavitt et al. (1993)
New York Typha marsh 17.775 Yavitt (1997)
West Virginia Eriophorum 14.250 class=“text-left”Yavitt et al. (1993)
West Virginia Polytrichum 11.250 Yavitt et al. (1993)
West Virginia Shrub 1.200 Yavitt et al. (1993)
Alaska Fen 53.66 Gorham (1991); after Crill et al. (1988)
Ontario, Canada Mesocosms 0.510 Blodau and Moore (2003)
Quebec, Canada Gatineau Park 0.020 Buttler et al. (1994)
Alaska Waterlogged tundra 32.493 Derived from Sebacher et al. (1986)
Alaska Wet meadows 10.977 Derived from Sebacher et al. (1986)
Alaska Alpine fen 79.037 Derived from Sebacher et al. (1986)
Florida Freshwater marsh 106.0 Malone et al. (2014)
Canada Hummock –39.814 Waddington et al. (1998)
Canada Moss sedge –148.308 Waddington et al. (1998)
Canada Hollow –153.285 Waddington et al. (1998)
Canada Deep hollow –5.972 Waddington et al. (1998)
Colorado Fen 40.700 Chimner and Cooper (2003)
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