Bringing Wetlands to Market: Nitrogen & Coastal Blue Carbon

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Waquoit Bay Research Reserve Restoration

The Coastal Wetland Greenhouse Gas Model 1.0 is a user-friendly tool for predicting how greenhouse gas fluxes and potential carbon storage in tidal wetlands will change under different conditions. It allows northeastern and mid-Atlantic land managers, restoration practitioners and policymakers to better understand greenhouse gas fluxes in tidal wetlands of interest to them, and leverage advances in blue carbon science to support wetland management and restoration.

Coastal Wetland Greenhouse Gas Model 1.0

Reference Guide:
Abdul-Aziz, O.I., Ishtiaq, K.S., Tang, J., Moseman-Valtierra, S., Kroeger, K. D., Gonneea, M.E., Mora, J., and Morkeski, K. (2018). “Environmental controls, emergent scaling, and predictions of greenhouse gas (GHG) fluxes in coastal salt marshes.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123, 2234-2256.