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Fig. 6 | Journal of Palaeogeography

Fig. 6

From: Using geophysical logs to identify Milankovitch cycles and to calculate net primary productivity (NPP) of the Late Permian coals, western Guizhou, China

Fig. 6

Comparison of the latitudinal distribution of the Holocene NPP with the latitudinal variation in the carbon accumulation rate in peatland (modified after Large 2007). a The latitudinal distribution of the Holocene NPP; b The latitudinal variation in the carbon accumulation rate in peatland. The shaded area represents the latitude range of the study area during the Late Permian

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