Climate change triggers peatland decline and hits water supplies

New data suggest that peatlands may be in decline because of climate change - helping to explain recent problems with discolouration and disinfection by-products in upland water supplies. Significant amounts of carbon stored in peat may already be escaping to the atmosphere.

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