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      Global CO2 emissions from dry inland waters share common drivers across ecosystems 

      Keller, P.S.; Catalán, N.; Von Schiller, D.; Grossart, Hans Peter; Koschorreck, M.; Obrador, B.; Frassl, M. A.; Karakaya, N.; Barros, N.; Howitt, J. A.; Mendoza Lera, B.; Pastor, Ada; Flaim, G.; Aben, R.; Riis, T.; Arce, M. I.; Onandia, G.; Paranaíba, J. R.; Linkhorst, A.; Del Campo, Rubén; Amado, A. M.; Cauvy Fraunié, S.; Brothers, S.; Condon, J.; Mendonça, R. F.; Reverey, F.; Rõõm, E. I.; Datry, T.; Roland, F.; Laas, A.; Obertegger, U.; Park, J. H.; Wang, H.; Kosten, S.; Gómez, R.; Feijoó, Claudia; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo; Sánchez Montoya, María Mar; Finlayson, C. M.; Melita, M.; Oliveira Junior, E. S.; Muniz, C. C..; Gómez Gener, L.; Leigh, C.; Zhang, Q.; Marcé, R. (Springer Nature, 2020-05-01)
      [EN] Many inland waters exhibit complete or partial desiccation, or have vanished due to global change, exposing sediments to the atmosphere. Yet, data on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from these sediments are too scarce ...