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Microfungal Composition in an Astelia-Donatia Cushion Peatland in Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina Darwiniana
Paredes,Noelia I.; Consolo,Verónica F.; Pancotto,Verónica A.; Fritz,Christian; Barrera,Marcelo D.; Arambarri,Angélica M.; Salerno,Graciela L..
Southern Hemisphere peatlands store substantial amounts of soil carbon. Despite their importance in the global carbon cycle, little is known about decomposition processes and the associated fungal diversity. The present study describes the composition of fungal assemblage in two depths from a cushion peatland of predominating Astelia (Asteliaceae) and Donatia (Donatiaceae) species in Moat, Tierra del Fuego. From 48 samples processed, we obtained 338 isolates. Using different culturing methodologies, through direct and microscopic observation and using molecular methods we identified 38 fungal species and 18 genera of Ascomycetes and Zygomycetes. Isolates belonging to Ascomycetes were the most abundant, with dominance of Penicillium and Trichoderma. We...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Astelia-Donatia; Diversity; Fungal community; PCR- RFLP; Peatland.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0011-67932014000100007
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Reducing GHG Emissions by Abandoning Agricultural Land use on Organic Soils - A Cost Assessment AgEcon
Roeder, Norbert; Osterburg, Bernhard.
Roughly 6.5% of the German utilized agricultural area is located on organic soils (fens and bogs). Nevertheless, the drainage of these areas in order to allow their agricultural utilization causes roughly a third of the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) of the German agricultural sector, being equivalent to 4% of the total German GHG emissions. Obviously, German policies trying to reduce the GHG emissions successfully must tackle this issue. The abandonment of the cultivation of organic soils would be an effective policy to reduce the GHG emissions however the question remains whether it is an efficient measure compared with the other options? In the paper we assess the mitigation costs on the basis of the standard gross margin and tenure of the...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: GHG-Mitigation; Landuse; Peatland; Environmental Economics and Policy; Land Economics/Use.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/115983
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Sphagnum magellanicum growth and productivity in Chilean anthropogenic peatlands RChHN
DÍAZ,MARÍA F; TAPIA,CAROLINA; JIMÉNEZ,PATRICIA; BACIGALUPE,LEONARDO.
Sphagnum peatlands are threatened at a global scale, not only by peat extraction, but also by Sphagnum harvesting. In Chile, dry Sphagnum moss is mainly exported for use as substrate for horticulture and orchids. Although the use of Sphagnum within Chile is limited, there are no data about its productivity and growth. These peatlands have a special microtopography with hummocks, hollows and lawns, which vary the distance of moss to the water table level. In these ecosystems, the water table is almost all year near the surface. We measured cumulative and relative growth rates and productivity during approximately one annual cycle in private Sphagnum peatlands that are being yearly harvested for commercial purposes. We evaluated the relationship between...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Chile; Growth rate; Peatland; Sphagnum moss.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0716-078X2012000400013
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