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开垦对滨海湿地生态系统 CO2 交换的影响
初小静1,2; 韩广轩1,2; 王晓杰1,2; 李培广1,2; 赵明亮1,2; 宋维民1,2; 于洋1,2
Source Publication海岸科学
Keyword开垦 滨海湿地 蓝碳 生态系统 CO2 交换
MOST Discipline Catalogue滨海湿地碳循环与碳收支
AbstractCoastal wetlands are considered as significant sink for global C and contributors to global “ blue carbon” resources, with high primary productivity, a low soil organic matter decomposition rate, a low CH4 generation rate, and the ability to trap and bury significant amounts of allochthonous carbon. Reclamation changes soil physical and chemical properties and plant community species composition, which change carbon sequestration and emission processes, and ultimately affect the carbon sink function of coastal wetland. However, it is still not clear how carbon exchange and carbon sink respond to biological and environmental factors and their interactions caused by reclamation in coastal wetland. Overall, clarifying the influence mechanism of reclamation on ecosystem CO2 exchange is of great significance to assessment and predict carbon sink capacity of coastal wetland
WOS KeywordReclamation ; Coastal wetland ; Blue carbon ; Ecosystem CO2 exchange
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author韩广轩
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初小静,韩广轩,王晓杰,等. 开垦对滨海湿地生态系统 CO2 交换的影响[J]. 海岸科学,2022,9(1):32-38.
APA 初小静.,韩广轩.,王晓杰.,李培广.,赵明亮.,...&于洋.(2022).开垦对滨海湿地生态系统 CO2 交换的影响.海岸科学,9(1),32-38.
MLA 初小静,et al."开垦对滨海湿地生态系统 CO2 交换的影响".海岸科学 9.1(2022):32-38.
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