Julie Loisel

Peat carbon climate change
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Peatlands keep a lot of carbon out of Earth’s atmosphere, but that could end with warming and development

Permafrost degradation, warming temperatures, rising sea levels, and drought are causing peatlands to lose stored carbon.

Peatlands are a type of wetland where dead plant material doesn't fully decompose because it's too soggy.

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