Peat Bogs

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It also includes many other types of organic remains such as fungi, insects, pollen, and on occasion dead animals. Peat formed in very wet conditions will grow considerably faster and therefore will be less decomposed than that in drier places. This property lets scientists use peat as an indicator of changes in climates...
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Many of the peatlands in the United Kingdom are of this type, blanket mires usually develop in cool climates with small seasonal temperature changes and about one meter of rainfall every year. Raised Mires are in the lowland areas of Northern Europe and the former USSR, North America and parts of the southern hemisphere, they are rainfed and potentially deep...
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