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Fig. 1 | Carbon Balance and Management

Fig. 1

From: Potential carbon loss associated with post-settlement wetland conversion in southern Ontario, Canada

Fig. 1

Map of southern Ontario study area including 21 Ecodistricts from 6E−1 to 16 and 7E−1 to 6 (excluding 6E−3) [25]. Shading represents percentage of area where tile drainage system has been installed, as a proxy for the degree of anthropogenic land use change associated with wetland conversion. Black crosses indicate locations for peat cores data from the southeastern Ontario (SEO) peatland survey [24] and white crosses indicate wetland sediment cores data obtained from paleoecological studies [17,18,19,20,21,22,23]. All the marked location has the average peat depth exceeding 40 cm. See Additional file 1: Figure S2 for an example of the original SEO peatland survey map

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