Holocene peatland carbon dynamics in the circum-Arctic region

Eds: Yu Z, Loisel J, Charman DJ, Beilman DW & Camill P

The Holocene, vol. 24(9), 2014

This special issue, comprising 14 articles, emerged from the PAGES-supported meeting: Holocene Circum-Arctic Peatland Carbon Dynamics - Community-Wide Data Synthesis and Modeling Initiatives, which took place from the 12-16 October 2013 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It is a precursor product of PAGES' C-PEAT Working Group.

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> Holocene peatland carbon dynamics in the circum-Arctic region: An introduction [p.1021]
Yu Z, Loisel J, Charman DJ, Beilman DW & Camill P

> A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation [p.1028]
Loisel J, Yu Z, Beilman DW, Camill P, Alm J, Amesbury MJ, Anderson D, Andersson S, Bochicchio C, Barber K, Belyea LR, Bunbury J, Chambers FM, Charman DJ, Vleeschouwer FD, Fiałkiewicz-Kozieł B, Finkelstein SA, Gałka M, Garneau M, Hammarlund D, Hinchcliffe W, Holmquist J, Hughes P, Jones MC, Klein ES, Kokfelt U, Korhola A, Kuhry P, Lamarre A, Lamentowicz M, Large D, Lavoie M, MacDonald G, Magnan G, Mäkilä M, Mallon G, Mathijssen P, Mauquoy D, McCarroll J, Moore TR, Nichols J, O’Reilly B, Oksanen P, Packalen M, Peteet D, Richard PJ, Robinson S, Ronkainen T, Rundgren M, Sannel ABK, Tarnocai C, Thom T, Tuittila E-S, Turetsky M, Väliranta M, Linden Mvd, Geel Bv, Bellen Sv, Vitt D, Zhao Y & Zhou W

> Holocene carbon dynamics of boreal and subarctic peatlands from Québec, Canada [p.1043]
Garneau M, van Bellen S, Magnan G, Beaulieu-Audy V, Lamarre A & Asnong H

> Climatic and autogenic control on Holocene carbon sequestration in ombrotrophic peatlands of maritime Quebec, eastern Canada [p.1054]
Magnan G & Garneau M

> Quantifying Holocene variability in carbon uptake and release since peat initiation in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada [p.1063]
Packalen MS & Finkelstein SA

> Peatland succession and long-term apparent carbon accumulation in central and northern Ontario, Canada [p.1075]
Holmquist JR & MacDonald MM

> Continental fens in western Canada as effective carbon sinks during the Holocene [p.1090]
Yu Z, Vitt DH & Wieder RK

> Relative importance of climatic and autogenic controls on Holocene carbon accumulation in a temperate bog in southern Ontario, Canada [p.1105]
Shiller JA, Finkelstain SA & Cowling SA

> Carbon accumulation in peat deposits from northern Sweden to northern Germany during the last millennium [p.1117]
van der Linden M, Heijmans MMPD & van Geel B

> Recent paludification rates and effects on total ecosystem carbon storage in two boreal peatlands of Northeast European Russia [p.1126]
Pluchon N, Hugelius G, Kuusinen N & Kuhry P

> Holocene peatland initiation, lateral expansion, and carbon dynamics in the Zoige Basin of the eastern Tibetan Plateau [p.1137]
Zhao Y, Tang Y, Yu Z, Li H, Yang B, Zhao W, Li F & Li Q

> Impacts of climate and vegetation change on carbon accumulation in a south-central Alaskan peatland assessed with novel organic geochemical techniques [p.1146]
Nichols JE, Peteet DM, Moy CM, Castaneda IS, McGeachy A & Perez M

> Development, carbon accumulation, and radiative forcing of a subarctic fen over the Holocene [p.1156]
Mathijssen P, Tuovinen J-P, Lohila A, Aurela M, Juutinen S, Laurila T, Niemela E, Tuittila E-S & Väliranta

> Exploring the relationship between peatland net carbon balance and apparent carbon accumulation rate at century to millennial time scales [p.1167]
Frolking S, Talbot J & Subin ZM


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