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Guidelines for monitoring the success of peatland restoration (2011)
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Bonnett, S. A., Linsted, R., Ross, S., & Maltby, E. (2011). Guidelines for monitoring the success of peatland restoration

The aim of this guidance is to provide information to enable peatland restoration projects to develop appropriate monitoring programmes. Degraded peatlands are restored for a wide range of reasons. Restoration objectives can include protecting and en... Read More about Guidelines for monitoring the success of peatland restoration.

A review of techniques for monitoring the success of peatland restoration (2009)
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Bonnett, S. A., Ross, S., Linstead, C., & Maltby, E. (2009). A review of techniques for monitoring the success of peatland restoration

An important element of all peatland restoration projects is a programme of monitoring to check results and progress. Several peat project workshops identified a demand for technical guidance on monitoring techniques. So Natural England commissi... Read More about A review of techniques for monitoring the success of peatland restoration.

Short-term effectiveness of drain-blocking in suppressing enzymic peat decomposition and DOC export
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enzymic peat decomposition and DOC export

It has become evident that there is a general problem of increasing colour in the water draining from areas of accumulated peat in upland Britain. It was agreed in early 2007 to set up a preliminary investigation into the causes of change in colour u... Read More about Short-term effectiveness of drain-blocking in suppressing enzymic peat decomposition and DOC export.