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Figures S1–S3 Net CO2, CH4 and N2O fluxes measured during the last 7 days of the study period. The different colors indicate different soil types (red = Sapric Histosol, blue = Histic Gleysol, green = Haplic Histosol). The bold black line represents soil temperature. The net N2O emissions are adjusted for the time lag.

Figures S4–S6 Basal rates of net CO2, CH4 and N2O fluxes (at 20 °C) during the last 7 days of the study period. See Materials and methods section for description of temperature regressions. The different colors indicate different soil types (red = Sapric Histosol, blue = Histic Gleysol, green = Haplic Histosol). The bold black line represents the average soil temperature over the same 48 h as the basal rate estimates. The basal N2O rate was calculated after time lag adjustment.

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