Articles | Volume 382
Pre-conference publication
22 Apr 2020
Pre-conference publication |  | 22 Apr 2020

GreenhousePeat: a model linking CO2 emissions from subsiding peatlands to changing groundwater levels

Kay Koster, Arnoud Frumau, Jan Stafleu, Joris Dijkstra, Arjan Hensen, Ilona Velzeboer, Joana Esteves Martins, and Willem Jan Zaadnoordijk

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