Data from: Resilience of peatland ecosystem services over millennial timescales: evidence from a degraded British bog

Graeme T. Swindles, Paul J. Morris, Jane Wheeler, Mark Smith, Karen L. Bacon, T. Edward Turner, Alistair Headley, Jennifer M. Galloway & Mark W. Smith
1. Many peatland ecosystems in Europe have become degraded in the last century owing to the effects of drainage, burning, pollution, and climate change. There is a need to understand the drivers of peatland degradation because management and restoration interventions can affect the natural ecohydrological dynamics of such sensitive environments, and are expensive. However, if given enough time peatlands may have the ability to recover spontaneously without deliberate action. 2. We use a detailed multiproxy...
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