Spatial variability of sediment methane production and methanogen communities within a eutrophic reservoir: importance of organic matter source and quantity

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Freshwater reservoirs are an important source of the greenhouse gas methane (CH4) to the atmosphere, but global emission estimates are poorly constrained (13.3 – 52.5 Tg C yr-1), partially due to extreme spatial variability in emission rates within and among reservoirs. Spatial heterogeneity in the availability of organic matter (OM) for biological CH4 production by methanogenic archaea may be an ...

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    Data from Harsha 2016 including sediment, water, and sediment trap. Download data/* as zip to use with R scripts.

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