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Response to: Comment on “Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: Blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage” by Evans et al. ( <i>Geo: Geography and Environment</i> 2019; e00075)

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Response to: Comment on “Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: Blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage” by Evans et al. ( <i>Geo: Geography and Environment</i> 2019; e00075) Thumbnail


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Spheroidal Carbonaceous Particle distribution is a robust peat cohort dating tool. Charcoal impacts on carbon accumulation are context specific (i.e., controlled burns on UK blanket bog). Carbon sequestration rates need to consider topography (i.e., slope) and runoff (i.e., erosion).

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Ashby. (2019). Response to: Comment on “Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: Blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage” by Evans et al. ( Geo: Geography and Environment 2019; e00075). Geo: Geography and Environment, https://doi.org/10.1002/geo2.78

Acceptance Date May 2, 2019
Publication Date Jun 1, 2019
Journal Geo: Geography and Environment
Print ISSN 2054-4049
Publisher Wiley Open Access
DOI https://doi.org/10.1002/geo2.78
Publisher URL https://rgs-ibg.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/geo2.78

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