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Emilie Grand-Clement, Karen Anderson, David Smith, David Luscombe, Naomi Gatis, Martin Ross and Richard E. Brazier Evaluating ecosystem goods and services after restoration of marginal upland peatlands in South-West England Journal of Applied Ecology 50

Version of Record online: 19 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12039

Gaining a better understanding of the effects of peatland restoration on ecosystem services provided is essential to assess the potential value of restoration projects. Using the case of the shallow peatlands of Exmoor National Park, located in geographically marginal areas in the UK and therefore more vulnerable to the effects of climate change, we find that there is potential for both the value of carbon storage and water provision to offset the costs of restoration in the long-term. Our results from Exmoor can provide ecological analogues of impending change further north.

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