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Dank, ancient, and quite fantastic: Scotland's peat bogs breathe again
by Phoebe Weston
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4 January 2022
On 4 January 2022 The Guardian reported:
Researchers are using satellite technology to monitor the health of these vital carbon sinks and help restore them. Flanders Moss bog is slumped on the flat, farmed landscape of the Carse of Stirling in Scotland like a jelly fungi. This lowland-raised bog is a dome of peat fed mainly by rainfall and it acts like a single organism -- the whole thing has to be looked after for any part to be in really good shape. For much of human history peat bogs have been thought of as wastelands. It is now recognized that peat bogs are among the greatest stores of carbon.
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