Greenhouse gas exchange in boreal wetland ecosystems
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Wetland ecosystems are important stores of carbon that are released when the climate gets warmer or when the ecosystems are disturbed. See resources for section 6.3
Wetland ecosystems include moss-peat lands, swamps with trees and mires with grasses and grass-like plants.
Carbon dioxide is heavier than air, so it accumulates at the bottom of caves and tunnels under rivers where it can be dangerous. When you go through a tunnel on a road, try to find the fans that remove the CO2 from the tunnel's air.