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Paradox lost: wetlands can form in deserts, but we need to find and protect them

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par Stephen Tooth, Professor of Physical Geography, Aberystwyth University
Peyton Lisenby, Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Midwestern State University
Timothy J. Ralph, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University
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Once dismissed as dank and bug-infested backwaters – good only for draining and destroying to make farmland – the world’s wetlands may finally be having their moment in the sun. In the UK, the government is expected to nominate a vast expanse of blanket bogs in the far north of Scotland as a world heritage site. They might not sound attractive to some people, but these bogs are among the world’s biggest stores of carbon, they provide abundant…

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