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Conceptual Model of Coastal Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries and Their Linkages with Adjacent Terrestrial and Oceanic Systems

Figure 15.1

This figure appears in chapter 15 of the Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report report.

The drivers, processes, and factors depicted here largely control carbon dynamics in these systems. Net ecosystem production (NEP) is equal to gross primary production minus the sum of heterotrophic and autotropic respiration. [Key: N, nitrogen; CO2, carbon dioxide; CH4, methane; VOC, volatile organic compound; CO, carbon monoxide; L, light; T, temperature; TSS, total suspended solids; OC, organic carbon; IC, inorganic carbon; Z, elevation; SG, seagrass; SLR, sea level rise]

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