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Research Article

Mofette Vegetation as an Indicator for Geogenic CO2 Emission: A Case Study on the Banks of the Laacher See Volcano, Vulkaneifel, Germany

Figure 1

Photo from the U1 mofette as seen from north to south in June 2015. The dominating ground vegetation in the mofette is marsh sedge (Carex acutiformis). Several linden trees and oaks grow on the edge. The eastern bank of the Laacher See and the walking trail are located on the right side of the picture (a). Topography of the U1 mofette at the lower terrace of the eastern rim of the Laacher See caldera viewed from the Western side. North side is left and south right of the picture (b).
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