Jonathan Nichols
Jonathan Nichols
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
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A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation
J Loisel, Z Yu, DW Beilman, P Camill, J Alm, MJ Amesbury, D Anderson, ...
the Holocene 24 (9), 1028-1042, 2014
Climate-related changes in peatland carbon accumulation during the last millennium
DJ Charman, DW Beilman, M Blaauw, RK Booth, S Brewer, FM Chambers, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 929-944, 2013
Latitudinal limits to the predicted increase of the peatland carbon sink with warming
AV Gallego-Sala, DJ Charman, S Brewer, SE Page, IC Prentice, ...
Nature climate change 8 (10), 907-913, 2018
The Neotoma Paleoecology Database, a multiproxy, international, community-curated data resource
JW Williams, EC Grimm, JL Blois, DF Charles, EB Davis, SJ Goring, ...
Quaternary Research 89 (1), 156-177, 2018
Paleohydrologic reconstruction based on n-alkane distributions in ombrotrophic peat
JE Nichols, RK Booth, ST Jackson, EG Pendall, Y Huang
Organic Geochemistry 37 (11), 1505-1513, 2006
Rapid expansion of northern peatlands and doubled estimate of carbon storage
JE Nichols, DM Peteet
Nature Geoscience 12 (11), 917-921, 2019
Expert assessment of future vulnerability of the global peatland carbon sink
J Loisel, AV Gallego-Sala, MJ Amesbury, G Magnan, G Anshari, ...
Nature climate change 11 (1), 70-77, 2021
Development and refinement of proxy-climate indicators from peats
FM Chambers, RK Booth, F De Vleeschouwer, M Lamentowicz, ...
Quaternary International 268, 21-33, 2012
Insights and issues with estimating northern peatland carbon stocks and fluxes since the Last Glacial Maximum
J Loisel, S van Bellen, L Pelletier, J Talbot, G Hugelius, D Karran, Z Yu, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 165, 59-80, 2017
Quantitative assessment of precipitation seasonality and summer surface wetness using ombrotrophic sediments from an Arctic Norwegian peatland
JE Nichols, M Walcott, R Bradley, J Pilcher, Y Huang
Quaternary Research 72 (3), 443-451, 2009
Differential hydrogen isotopic ratios of Sphagnum and vascular plant biomarkers in ombrotrophic peatlands as a quantitative proxy for precipitation—evaporation balance
J Nichols, RK Booth, ST Jackson, EG Pendall, Y Huang
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (4), 1407-1416, 2010
C23–C31 n-alkan-2-ones are biomarkers for the genus Sphagnum in freshwater peatlands
JE Nichols, Y Huang
Organic Geochemistry 38 (11), 1972-1976, 2007
Sediment starvation destroys New York City marshes’ resistance to sea level rise
DM Peteet, J Nichols, T Kenna, C Chang, J Browne, M Reza, S Kovari, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (41), 10281-10286, 2018
Impacts of climate and vegetation change on carbon accumulation in a south-central Alaskan peatland assessed with novel organic geochemical techniques
JE Nichols, DM Peteet, CM Moy, IS Castañeda, A McGeachy, M Perez
The Holocene 24 (9), 1146-1155, 2014
Climate and peatlands
R De Jong, M Blaauw, FM Chambers, TR Christensen, ...
Changing Climates, Earth Systems and Society, 85-121, 2010
Pollen-based evidence of extreme drought during the last Glacial (32.6–9.0 ka) in coastal southern California
LE Heusser, ME Kirby, JE Nichols
Quaternary Science Reviews 126, 242-253, 2015
Climatic history of the northeastern United States during the past 3000 years
JR Marlon, N Pederson, C Nolan, S Goring, B Shuman, A Robertson, ...
Climate of the Past 13 (10), 1355-1379, 2017
Hydroclimate of the northeastern United States is highly sensitive to solar forcing
JE Nichols, Y Huang
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (4), 2012
Solar cycles or random processes? Evaluating solar variability in Holocene climate records
TE Turner, GT Swindles, DJ Charman, PG Langdon, PJ Morris, RK Booth, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 23961, 2016
Delayed deglaciation or extreme Arctic conditions 21‐16 cal. kyr at southeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet margin?
DM Peteet, M Beh, C Orr, D Kurdyla, J Nichols, T Guilderson
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (11), 2012
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