Figure 3: Seasonal CH4 fluxes from S1 bog. | Nature Communications

Figure 3: Seasonal CH4 fluxes from S1 bog.

From: Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures

Figure 3

Seasonal CH4 flux vs in situ temperatures from 1.2 m diameter collars during (a) fall 2014, (b) winter 2014-2015 and (c) summer 2015. Black and grey dots distinguish between daily averages for two different sampling times during each season. Significant correlations between flux and temperature as exponential regressions are indicated on the graphs by black lines for September (a) and June (c), and grey lines for October (a) and July (c).

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