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The variation in water content and in concentrations in trace metals in peat in different mire types


Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland 63(2): 121-128
The variation in water content and in concentrations in trace metals in peat in different mire types
The mires in Ostrobothnia, Western Finland, can be classified into four types by trophic status: oligotrophic (1), oligo-mesotrophic (2), mesotrophic (3) and meso-eutrophic (4) mires. Geological investigations and analyses show that there are differences in the water content and in the concentrations of trace metals between these mire types. The water content is greatest in oligotrophic mires, the average being 91.3%, and least in meso-eutrophic mires, 86.4%.


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