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Healthier wetlands could store more carbon, new study shows
by Melodie Edwards
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23 May 2019
On 23 May 2019 Wyoming Public Media reported:
In arid places like Wyoming, wetlands are rare, sometimes only two percent of the landscape. But the organic vegetation breaking down in wetland soils captures as much as 15 to 30 percent of the carbon on that landscape, and it could hold more if restored to better condition.
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That's according to University of Wyoming soil scientist Jay Norton who's studying the issue in the Sweetwater Basin. He said that might not sound like much, but soil carbon could be a possible solution to climate change.
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