• Assessment methods climate impact (GEST approach) [DE]

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At the University of Greifswald several research projects are focusing on the sustainable use of degraded peatland sites. The projects aim for the replacement of destructive forms of land use on peat soils such as maize cultivation, grassland use and peat mining with peat conservation and sustainable cultivation of adapted plants under wet conditions.

Further projects investigate fundamental traits as hydrological, biological or geochemical charateristics of wet and drained peat soils.

Assessment methods climate impact (GEST approach) [DE]

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Assessment methods climate impact (GEST approach) [DE]
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Assessment methods climate impact (GEST approach) [DE]
Description [EN]:

The meta-analysis of relevant literature identified so-called greenhouse gas emission stand types. It mapped the emission behavior of climate-relevant gases by reference to the vegetation form in peatlands. Download the final report here (german).

Keywords [EN]:
Meta-analysis, Assessment methods climate impact GEST, Greenhouse gas emissions
Projecttype [EN]:
Research
Projectstart [EN]:
2008
Site types [EN]:
Fen
Usage [EN]:
Others

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