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Partitioning of the net CO2 exchange using an automated chamber system reveals plant phenology as key control of production and respiration fluxes in a boreal peatland

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            Affiliations
            [1 ]Department of Forest Ecology & Management; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Umeå Sweden
            [2 ]Department of Geological Sciences; Stockholm University; Stockholm Sweden
            [3 ]Bolin Center for Climate Research; Stockholm Sweden
            Journal
            Global Change Biology
            Glob Change Biol
            Wiley
            13541013
            August 2018
            August 2018
            May 24 2018
            : 24
            : 8
            : 3436-3451
            10.1111/gcb.14292
            © 2018

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