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Hydrological feedbacks in northern peatlands
JM Waddington, PJ Morris, N Kettridge, G Granath, DK Thompson, ...
Ecohydrology 8 (1), 113-127, 2015
4642015
Increasing contribution of peatlands to boreal evapotranspiration in a warming climate
M Helbig, JM Waddington, P Alekseychik, BD Amiro, M Aurela, AG Barr, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (6), 555-560, 2020
1462020
Climate‐change refugia in boreal North America: what, where, and for how long?
D Stralberg, D Arseneault, JL Baltzer, QE Barber, EM Bayne, Y Boulanger, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (5), 261-270, 2020
1202020
Mitigating wildfire carbon loss in managed northern peatlands through restoration
G Granath, PA Moore, MC Lukenbach, JM Waddington
Scientific reports 6 (1), 28498, 2016
912016
Hydrological controls on deep burning in a northern forested peatland
MC Lukenbach, KJ Hokanson, PA Moore, KJ Devito, N Kettridge, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (18), 4114-4124, 2015
872015
Landscape controls on long‐term runoff in subhumid heterogeneous Boreal Plains catchments
KJ Devito, KJ Hokanson, PA Moore, N Kettridge, AE Anderson, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (15), 2737-2751, 2017
802017
Did enhanced afforestation cause high severity peat burn in the Fort McMurray Horse River wildfire?
SL Wilkinson, PA Moore, MD Flannigan, BM Wotton, JM Waddington
Environmental Research Letters 13 (1), 014018, 2018
652018
Multi-decadal changes in water table levels alter peatland carbon cycling
RA Chimner, TG Pypker, JA Hribljan, PA Moore, JM Waddington
Ecosystems 20 (5), 1042-1057, 2017
512017
Hydrological feedbacks in northern peatlands, Ecohydrology, 8, 113–127
JM Waddington, PJ Morris, N Kettridge, G Granath, DK Thompson, ...
512015
The biophysical climate mitigation potential of boreal peatlands during the growing season
M Helbig, JM Waddington, P Alekseychik, B Amiro, M Aurela, AG Barr, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 104004, 2020
472020
Shifting environmental controls on CH4 fluxes in a sub-boreal peatland
TG Pypker, PA Moore, JM Waddington, JA Hribljan, RC Chimner
Biogeosciences 10 (12), 7971-7981, 2013
412013
Effect of long-term water table manipulation on peatland evapotranspiration
PA Moore, TG Pypker, JM Waddington
Agricultural and forest meteorology 178, 106-119, 2013
402013
Multi‐decadal water table manipulation alters peatland hydraulic structure and moisture retention
PA Moore, PJ Morris, JM Waddington
Hydrological Processes 29 (13), 2970-2982, 2015
392015
Peatland water repellency: Importance of soil water content, moss species, and burn severity
PA Moore, MC Lukenbach, N Kettridge, RM Petrone, KJ Devito, ...
Journal of Hydrology 554, 656-665, 2017
372017
Shallow peat is most vulnerable to high peat burn severity during wildfire
SL Wilkinson, AM Tekatch, CE Markle, PA Moore, JM Waddington
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 104032, 2020
352020
Postfire Soil Carbon Accumulation Does Not Recover Boreal Peatland Combustion Loss in Some Hydrogeological Settings
RC Ingram, PA Moore, S Wilkinson, RM Petrone, JM Waddington
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (4), 775-788, 2019
312019
Peat depth as a control on moss water availability under evaporative stress
SJ Dixon, N Kettridge, PA Moore, KJ Devito, AS Tilak, RM Petrone, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (23), 4107-4121, 2017
272017
A hydrogeological landscape framework to identify peatland wildfire smouldering hot spots
KJ Hokanson, PA Moore, MC Lukenbach, KJ Devito, N Kettridge, ...
Ecohydrology 11 (4), e1942, 2018
262018
Assessing the peatland hummock–hollow classification framework using high-resolution elevation models: implications for appropriate complexity ecosystem modeling
P Moore, M Lukenbach, D Thompson, N Kettridge, G Granath, ...
Biogeosciences 16, 3491–3506, 2019
252019
Assessing drivers of cross-scale variability in peat smoldering combustion vulnerability in forested boreal peatlands
SL Wilkinson, PA Moore, JM Waddington
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 84, 2019
232019
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