Wet Dry Wet Dry Wet Dry

Fig. 7.4 Diffusive and ebullitive fluxes, water depth and water temperature in wet and dry seasons that the average ebullitive flux for floodplains was 354.1 mg CH4 m 2 d 1 (wet and dry seasons), while for lakes it was 134.3 mg CH4 m-2 d-1.

7.3.3 Vegetation Influence

To investigate the influence of vegetation on the methane fluxes, the diffusive and ebullitive fluxes collected over aquatic vegetation were considered separately.

Table 7.1 Diffusive and ebullitive fluxes in lakes and floodplains, separated by the presence of vegetation. Measured environmental variables are also presented

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