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Micromorphological and (bio)chemical organic matter changes in a formerly cutover peat bog : Le Russey, Jura Mountains, France.

Abstract : Peatlands have been exploited since the Middle Ages for diverse uses, including fuel, animal bedding and growth substrate in horticulture and agriculture. In many countries, these traditional peatland uses are now redundant, but the sites are being reappraised for their specific biodiversity and suitability for long-term carbon storage.
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Laure Comont, Fatima Laggoun-Défarge, Jean-Robert Disnar. Micromorphological and (bio)chemical organic matter changes in a formerly cutover peat bog : Le Russey, Jura Mountains, France.. 22th International Meeting Organic Geochemistry, 2005, Seville, Spain. ⟨hal-00085068⟩

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