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Overlooked Methane Emissions Can Halve Climate Benefits of Subtropical Mangrove Wetlands

News   Jul 03, 2020 | Original story from the Chinese University of Hong Kong

 
Overlooked Methane Emissions Can Halve Climate Benefits of Subtropical Mangrove Wetlands

The view of subtropical mangrove in Mai Po from the top of the eddy covariance tower. Credit: The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 
 
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