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Methane soil-vegetation-atmosphere fluxes in tropical ecosystems
Recently, a surprising discovery indicated that, by an unknown process, vegetation emits methane to the atmosphere. This finding could have serious implications in atmospheric chemistry, climate, and mitigation of global ...
Methane Storage in Prussian Blue Analogues and Related Porous Solids: Nature of the Involved Adsorption Forces
(Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 2010, 2013-01-16)
Afforested sites in a temperate grassland region: influence on soil properties and methane uptake
Methane (CH4) flux at the soil-atmosphere interface (SAI) results from the balance between CH4 production (methanogenesis) and CH4 consumption (methanotrophy). The latter predominates in well-aerated mineral soils; is ...
Modeling methane emissions and methane inventories for cattle production systems in Mexico
(Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2014)
A comparative study of several microporous materials to store methane by adsorption
(Elsevier Science, 2016-04)
Methane adsorption was studied in microporous materials with differences in their pore geometry and surface chemistry in order to evaluate the characteristics that enhance methane storage in porous materials. The studied ...
Zero methane emission bogs: extreme rhizosphere oxygenation by cushion plants in Patagonia
•Vascular wetland plants may substantially increase methane emissions by producing root exudates and easily degradable litter, and by providing a low-resistance diffusion pathway via their aerenchyma. However, model studies ...
Catalytic combustion of methane over LaFeO3 perovskites: the influence of coprecipitation pH and ageing time
(Sociedad Chilena de Química, 2006)
A STUDY ON THE DIRECT CONVERSION OF METHANE TO METHANOL
(Sociedad Chilena de Química, 2009)
A carbonate platform associated with shallow cold methane seeps in Golfo Dulce, Pacific Costa Rica
Marine methane seeps are typically observed in cold, anoxic and organic-rich deep-sea environments, such as in the Black Sea, where methane emissions fuel the authigenic accretion of calcium carbonate structures via microbial ...
Implementation of methane cycling for deep-time global warming simulations with the DCESS Earth system model (version 1.2)
(Copernicus Publications, 2017)
Geological records reveal a number of ancient, large and rapid negative excursions of the carbon-13 isotope. Such excursions can only be explained by massive injections of depleted carbon to the Earth system over a short ...