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    • Changes in pore water quality after peatland restoration: Assessment of a large¿scale, replicated Before-After-Control-Impact study in Finland 

      Menberu Meseret Walle; Marttila Hannu; Tahvanainen Teemu; Kotiaho Janne S; Hokkanen Reijo; Kløve Bjørn; Ronkanen Anna-Kaisa (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017)
      Drainage is known to affect peatland natural hydrology and water quality, but peatland restoration is considered to ameliorate peatland degradation. Using a replicated BACIPS (Before-After-Control-Impact Paired Series) ...
    • Increased nitrous oxide emissions from Arctic peatlands after permafrost thaw 

      Voigt Carolina; Marushchak Maija E; Lamprecht Richard E; Jackowicz-Korczynski Marcin; Lindgren Amelie; Mastepanov Mikhail; Granlund Lars; Christensen Torben R; Tahvanainen Teemu; Martikainen Pertti J; Biasi Christina (National Academy of Sciences, 2017)
      Permafrost in the Arctic is thawing, exposing large carbon and nitrogen stocks for decomposition. Gaseous carbon release from Arctic soils due to permafrost thawing is known to be substantial, but growing evidence suggests ...
    • Recovery of plant communities after ecological restoration of forestry-drained peatlands 

      Haapalehto Tuomas; Juutinen Riikka; Kareksela Santtu; Kuitunen Markku; Tahvanainen Teemu; Vuori Hilja; Kotiaho Janne S (Wiley-BlackwellYhdysvallat (USA), 2017)
      Ecological restoration is expected to reverse the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services. Due to the low number of well-replicated field studies, the extent to which restoration recovers plant communities, and the ...