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Testate amoebae analysis in the peat deposits of the swamp Dolgonkoye in the south of Western Siberia and peatland paleohydrology for last 3100 years Irina V Kurina 1 and Tatiana A Blyakharchuk 1 Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd

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Figure 1 from Recent peat accumulation rates in
Figure 1 from Recent peat accumulation rates in

Fig 1 Province of Quebec map with localisation of the study area white square Laforge1 hydrological complex and the La Grande Rivière Scale 16000000 Recent peat accumulation rates in minerotrophic peatlands of the Bay James region Eastern Canada inferred by 210Pb and 137Cs radiometric techniques

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Stability and Change in Minerotrophic Peatlands Sierra
Stability and Change in Minerotrophic Peatlands Sierra

Radiocarbon dating of peat deposits Examining changes over time of the relative abundance of different types of pollen in peat deposits Measuring moss growth rates and changes in peatdeposit surface elevation Examining hydrologic conditions controlling peat develop ment and accumulation Monitoring seedling establishment and survival

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Amazonian floodplains harbour minerotrophic and
Amazonian floodplains harbour minerotrophic and

Amazonian floodplains harbour minerotrophic and ombrotrophic peatlands With this data as well as topography measurements of the peat deposit from one of the sites we showed that minerotrophic and ombrotrophic peatlands can be detected in Amazonian floodplains Mire ecosystems can be divided in minerotrophic peat swamps and

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Mineral components in a peat deposit looking for signs
Mineral components in a peat deposit looking for signs

The peat deposit has a thickness between 30 and 120 cm and covers an area of around 2 ha The peat deposit is a compact undisturbed remnant of a minerotrophic fen underlined by sand sediments The main feature of the peat is a presence of a continuous horizontal dark layer about Fig 1 Geological setting and location of the investigated peat

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Ombrotrophic Environment  an overview  ScienceDirect
Ombrotrophic Environment an overview ScienceDirect

According to Cameron et al 1989 minerotrophic peatlands derive water for their vegetation from rock or soil which serves as the substrate Figure 318This suggests that the nutrients and minerals are derived from the underlying rock or soil substrate which in turn is dependent on the bedrock geology hydrology and water quality

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Plant macrofossil methods and studies Mire and Peat
Plant macrofossil methods and studies Mire and Peat

TY CHAP T1 Plant macrofossil methods and studies T2 Mire and Peat Macros AU Mauquoy Dmitri AU Van Geel B PY 2007 Y1 2007 N2 A range of mire and peat macrofossils which can be found in northwest European peat bog ombrotrophic and fen minerotrophic peatland deposits are illustrated in an extensive series of figures

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Mineral components in a peat deposit   SpringerLink
Mineral components in a peat deposit SpringerLink

Nov 10 2012 · The peat deposit is a compact undisturbed remnant of a minerotrophic fen underlined by sand sediments The main feature of the peat is a presence of a continuous horizontal dark layer about 5–15 cm thick rich in charcoal located in the middle of the peat deposit

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MillennialScale Records of Atmospheric Mercury Deposition
MillennialScale Records of Atmospheric Mercury Deposition

Dec 14 2002 · Peat cores from two bogs were used to reconstruct changes in net atmospheric mercury deposition in Switzerland for the past 2−3 millennia The two records were compared to assess the reliability of peat cores as archives of atmospheric mercury deposition Net mercury accumulation rates and Hgex an indicator of significant anthropogenic mercury contamination were calculated for both

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PDF Average content of several elementsadmixtures in
PDF Average content of several elementsadmixtures in

The studied peat deposits of Tomsk region are characterized by high concentrations of Fe Co Ba Cr Sr Br Sb and Au in the accumulation of Sc in peat and coal Minerotrophic peat is

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Holocene elemental lead isotope and   Mires and Peat
Holocene elemental lead isotope and Mires and Peat

on lead Pb sources in this minerogenic peat deposit During the Early Holocene 10700BC the –7550 average 206Pb207Pb quotient was around 1196 This isotopic signature is consistent with natural dust derived minerotrophic peat nevertheless gives the opportunity to

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Figure 6 from Recent peat accumulation rates in
Figure 6 from Recent peat accumulation rates in

Fig 6 Stratigraphy and residues concentration ash and mineral particles clay silt and sand resulting from lossonignition LOI concentration at 600 1C for A4 A5 and O1 peat core sections Recent peat accumulation rates in minerotrophic peatlands of the Bay James region Eastern Canada inferred by 210Pb and 137Cs radiometric techniques

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Changuinola peat deposit of northwest Panama Deposito
Changuinola peat deposit of northwest Panama Deposito

A peat deposit occupying over 80 square kilometers and averaging 8 meters in thickness was discovered on the Caribbean coast of northwestern Panama near the town of Changuinola This deposit occurs inland behind the present beachbarrier shoreline It is thickest in the center and thins toward all edges as if domed

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Peatland hydrology and carbon release why small
Peatland hydrology and carbon release why small

Peatland hydrology and carbon release why smallscale process matters BY JOSEPH HOLDEN Earth and Biosphere Institute School of Geography University of Leeds Leeds LS2 9JT UK Peatlands cover over 400 million hectares of the Earths surface and store between onethird and onehalf of the worlds soil carbon pool

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Holocene elemental lead isotope and   Mires and Peat
Holocene elemental lead isotope and Mires and Peat

on lead Pb sources in this minerogenic peat deposit During the Early Holocene 10700BC the –7550 average 206Pb207Pb quotient was around 1196 This isotopic signature is consistent with natural dust derived minerotrophic peat nevertheless gives the opportunity to

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Peatlands and Peat Instability  IGI
Peatlands and Peat Instability IGI

Peatlands and Peat Instability Alan P Dykes use morphological stage of development of peat deposit to identify ‘peat’ minerotrophic topogenous ii groundwater exiting bedrock as spring or seepage basin or gentle slope

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Chronologies for Recent Peat Deposits   Cambridge Core
Chronologies for Recent Peat Deposits Cambridge Core

Jul 18 2016 · Recent peat accumulation rates in minerotrophic peatlands of the Bay James region you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your service account Find out more about sending content to Dropbox Chronologies for Recent Peat Deposits Using WiggleMatched Radiocarbon Ages Problems with Old Carbon Contamination

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Mapping Thickness of Raised Peat Bog Deposits Using
Mapping Thickness of Raised Peat Bog Deposits Using

Mapping Thickness of Raised Peat Bog Deposits Using GPR A Trafford Apex Geoservices Ltd minerotrophic plants reliant on groundwater for nutrients caused the upper layer of peat bogs which form such an important part of the geography of the midlands of Ireland

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photo by NE Aaseng MN DNR Peatland Formation
photo by NE Aaseng MN DNR Peatland Formation

cumulates and the peat surface and water table rise rates of water flow and inputs of minerals to the peat surface are gradually reduced and the community is transformed into a Forested Rich Peatland Conditions then become suitable for invasion of the site by minerotrophic Sphagnum species which absorb and retain mineralsparticularly

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MillennialScale Records of Atmospheric Mercury Deposition
MillennialScale Records of Atmospheric Mercury Deposition

Dec 14 2002 · Peat cores from two bogs were used to reconstruct changes in net atmospheric mercury deposition in Switzerland for the past 2−3 millennia The two records were compared to assess the reliability of peat cores as archives of atmospheric mercury deposition Net mercury accumulation rates and Hgex an indicator of significant anthropogenic mercury contamination were calculated for both

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Rapid Early Development of Circumarctic Peatlands and
Rapid Early Development of Circumarctic Peatlands and

Oct 13 2006 · An analysis of 1516 radiocarbon dates demonstrates that the development of the current circumarctic peatlands began ∼165 thousand years ago ka and expanded explosively between 12 and 8 ka in concert with high summer insolation and increasing temperatures Their rapid development contributed to the sustained peak in CH4 and modest decline of CO2 during the early Holocene and

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PDF Average content of several elementsadmixtures in
PDF Average content of several elementsadmixtures in

The studied peat deposits of Tomsk region are characterized by high concentrations of Fe Co Ba Cr Sr Br Sb and Au in the accumulation of Sc in peat and coal Minerotrophic peat is

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Peatland hydrology and carbon release why small
Peatland hydrology and carbon release why small

Peatland hydrology and carbon release why smallscale process matters BY JOSEPH HOLDEN Earth and Biosphere Institute School of Geography University of Leeds Leeds LS2 9JT UK Peatlands cover over 400 million hectares of the Earths surface and store between onethird and onehalf of the worlds soil carbon pool

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PDF Mire and peat macros  ResearchGate
PDF Mire and peat macros ResearchGate

A read is counted each time someone views a publication summary such as the title abstract and list of authors clicks on a figure or views or downloads the fulltext

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Inside the Mission to Save Africa’s Okavango   Magazine
Inside the Mission to Save Africa’s Okavango Magazine

Angola’s central highlands receive far more a great wet bounty roughly 50 inches annually which saturates the peat deposits and sands of the upper Cuito floodplains and then slowly after

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Wetlandslecture 2 Flashcards  Quizlet
Wetlandslecture 2 Flashcards Quizlet

Peat deposits fill the entire basin and isolate the bog from groundwater sources Burns Bog largest domed peat bog on the west coast of NA 40 km2 are referred to as minerotrophic Poor fens are intermediate between mineral nourished water and mineral deficient water ombrotrophic ombrotrophic vrs minerotrophic soils

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Physical and chemical characteristics and development of
Physical and chemical characteristics and development of

Toward the edges the deposit has a surface cover of more minerotrophic plants such as swampforest trees ferns and palms Petrographicbotanical analysis of the deposit with depth reveals the presence of five peat types swampforest sedgegrassfern Sagittaria et al Nymphaea et al and Rhizophora

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