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The Sustainable Wetlands Adaptation and Mitigation Program (SWAMP) is a collaborative effort by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), the USDA Forest Service (USFS) and Oregon State University with support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID). SWAMP evolved from a multi-stakeholder exercise called the Tropical Wetlands Initiative for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation (TWINCAM), when the group was called to respond to a variety of challenges requested by stakeholders, ranging from local to global imperatives of sustainable wetlands management.
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Distribution of wetland that covers the tropics and sub tropics, excluding small islands. It was mapped in 231 meters spatial resolution by combining a hydrological model and annual time series of satellite-derived estimates of soil moisture to represent water flow and surface we...
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Distribution and depth of peat in meter that covers the tropics and sub tropics, excluding small islands. It was mapped in 231 meters spatial resolution. Warning: A validation of our depth map against ground measured peat depths (i.e. soil profiles) suggests that our deepest val...
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Distribution of peatland that covers the tropics and sub tropics, excluding small islands. It was mapped in 231 meters spatial resolution. Peat is here defined as any soil having at least 30cm of decomposed or semi-decomposed organic material with at least 50% of organic matter....
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Data available: soil depth, dry weight, bulk density, %C, %N, C/N ratio, C density, C stocks
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Data available: soil depth, bulk density, %C, C density, C stocks
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Specific species, DBH, AGB, BGB
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