Further Reading

Bauerochse A and HaƟmann H (eds.) (2003) Peatlands: archaeological sites-archives of nature-nature conservation-wise use. Proceedings of the Peatland Conference 2002 in Hanover, Germany, Hanover: Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH (Rahden/Westf.).

Davis RB and Anderson DS (1991) The Eccentric Bogs of Maine: A Rare Wetland Type in the United States, Technical Bulletin 146. Orono: Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.

Feehan J (1996) The Bogs of Ireland: An Introduction to the Natural, Cultural and Industrial Heritage of Irish Peatlands. Dublin: Dublin Environmental Institute.

Fraser LH and Kelly PA (eds.) (2005) The World's Largest Wetlands: Their Ecology and Conservation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gore AJP (1983) Ecosystems of the World. Mires - Swamp, Bog, Fen and Moor, 2 vols. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific.

Joosten H and Clarke D (2002) Wise Use of Mires and Peatlands -Background and Principles Including a Framework for Decision-Making. Jyvaskyla, Finland: International Mire Conservation Group andlnternational Peat Society (http://www.mirewiseuse.com).

Larsen JA (1982) The Ecology of the Northern Lowland Bogs and Conifer Forests. New York: Academic Press.

Moore PD (ed.) (1984) European Mires. New York: Academic Press.

Moore PD and Bellamy DJ (1974) Peatlands. London: Elek Scientific.

National Wetlands Working Group (1988) Wetlands of Canada. Ecological Land Classification Series, No. 24. Ottawa: Sustainable Development Branch, Environment Canada, and Montreal: Polyscience Publications.

Parkyn L, Stoneman RE, and Ingram HAP (1997) Conserving Peatlands. NewYork: CAB International.

Vitt DH (2000) Peatlands: Ecosystems dominated by bryophytes. In: Shaw AJ and Goffinet B (eds.) Bryophyte Biology, pp. 312-343. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Vitt DH (2006) Peatlands: Canada's past and future carbon legacy. In: Bhatti J, Lal R, Price M, and Apps MJ (eds.) Climate Change and Carbon in Managed Forests, pp. 201-216. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Wieder RK and Vitt DH (eds.) (2006) Boreal Peatland Ecosystems. Berlin, Heidelburg, New York: Springer.

Wright HE, Jr., Coffin BA, and Aaseng NE (1992) The Patterned Peatlands of Minnesota. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

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