Peatlands Boreal

Methylmercury in thawing peatlands on a trophic gradient in boreal Western Canada

Lauren Thompson; Renae Shewan; Lorna Harris; Vaughn Mangal; David Olefeldt


Recommended citation

Lauren Thompson; Renae Shewan; Lorna Harris; Vaughn Mangal; David Olefeldt (2022). Methylmercury in thawing peatlands on a trophic gradient in boreal Western Canada. WCS Canada. https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/link_gateway/2022EGUGA..24.5986T/doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu22-5986

Lorna Harris

Lorna Harris

Director of Forests, Peatlands and Climate Change Program

Northern Peatlands in Canada

Northern Peatlands in Canada

This story map will take you on a journey through the northern peatlands of Canada and explain why they are so important for both climate and biodiversity.

Boreal

Boreal

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