Conceptual model of the carbon cycle and movement in wetlands

Conceptual model of the carbon cycle and movement in wetlands

Detailed Description

Conceptual model of the carbon cycle and movement in wetlands (modified from Lloyd et al. 2013).  This proposal addresses interconnected processes that are highlighted in red boxes including C sources for food web support for juvenile Chinook salmon, organic carbon accumulation in peat, atmospheric carbon flux (CO2 and CH4), and constraining dissolved organic and inorganic carbon. The impacts of sea-level rise on marsh accretion processes are incorporated into the WARMER model to create scenarios of marsh sustainability and resilience over time

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Image Dimensions: 698 x 458

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Location Taken: US