Carbon stock in a wetland of the Sudamérica’s coastal desert
Several studies point out that coastal wetlands are great carbon sinks; in this sense, the carbon stored in the Pantanos de Villa Ramsar wetland (Lima, Peru) was estimated, finding out, that it can store 2.21x10-5 petagrams of carbon, equivalent to 8.12 x10-5 sequestered.
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