Tropical Peat Ecosystem; The Frequently Asked Questions

Tropical Peat Ecosystem; The Frequently Asked Questions

All lowland peatlands are considered as wetlands but not all wetlands are peat. Wetlands are a widespread feature of the landscape throughout the world. Three distinguished features of wetlands are: (i) the presence of water at or near the landsurface, (ii) unique soil conditions that are most often characterised by low oxygen content, and (iii) specialised biota, particularly plants, that are adapted to grow in these environments.

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  • Views: 951
  • Publisher : Malaysian Palm Oil Board
  • Location : Monographs
  • Publication Year: 2015
    Authors: MOHD HANIFF Harun, NORMAN Kamarudin, PARAMANANTHAN Selliah, LAW Mei Ching, MPOB
    ISBN/eISBN/ISSN: 9789679612127
    Category: Soft cover
    Dimensions (L x W x H): 15.00  x  0.50  x  21.00
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