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A model of gross primary productivity based on satellite data suggests formerly afforested peatlands undergoing restoration regain full photosynthesis capacity after five to ten years

TitleA model of gross primary productivity based on satellite data suggests formerly afforested peatlands undergoing restoration regain full photosynthesis capacity after five to ten years
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsLees KJ, Quaife T, Artz RRE, Khomik M, Sottocornola M, Kiely G, Hambley G, Hill T, Saunders M, Cowie NR, Ritson J, Clark JM
JournalJournal of Environmental Management
Volume246
Pagination594-604

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