Insite/Out with the TeaComposition H2O Initiative: 3

It’s been a while since I’ve touched base about the TeaComposition H2O initiative. To recap, this global initiative aims to understand long-term aquatic decomposition and carbon cycling in seagrass meadows, mangrove forests, tidal marshes, all types of freshwater wetlands as well as lakes, ponds and streams. In using household tea as pseudo-plant litter, we can standardised the starting material, which gives us the power to tease apart the larger-scale drivers that influence decomposition, like climate, inundation and habitat type. Continue reading “Insite/Out with the TeaComposition H2O Initiative: 3”

InSite/Out: In the field for the TeaComposition H2O Initiative 2

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The TeaComposition H2O initiative aims to understand long-term aquatic decomposition and carbon cycling in seagrass meadows, mangrove forests, tidal marshes, all types of freshwater wetlands as well as lakes, ponds and streams. I’d like to share a little bit this diversity with some photos we have received so far.

This first photos come from teams in Finland and Portugal Continue reading “InSite/Out: In the field for the TeaComposition H2O Initiative 2”

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