|A synthesis of atmospheric mercury depletion event chemistry in the atmosphere and snow|
A Steffen, T Douglas, M Amyot, P Ariya, K Aspmo, T Berg, J Bottenheim, ...
|Changing snow and shrub conditions affect albedo with global implications|
M Sturm, T Douglas, C Racine, GE Liston
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 110 (G1), 2005
|Mass-independent fractionation of mercury isotopes in Arctic snow driven by sunlight|
LS Sherman, JD Blum, KP Johnson, GJ Keeler, JA Barres, TA Douglas
Nature Geoscience 3 (3), 173-177, 2010
|Photochemical production of molecular bromine in Arctic surface snowpacks|
KA Pratt, KD Custard, PB Shepson, TA Douglas, D Pöhler, S General, ...
Nature Geoscience 6 (5), 351-356, 2013
|First-year sea-ice contact predicts bromine monoxide (BrO) levels at Barrow, Alaska better than potential frost flower contact|
WR Simpson, D Carlson, G Hönninger, TA Douglas, M Sturm, D Perovich, ...
|Arctic haze, mercury and the chemical composition of snow across northwestern Alaska|
TA Douglas, M Sturm
Atmospheric Environment 38 (6), 805-820, 2004
|Halogens in the coastal snow pack near Barrow, Alaska: Evidence for active bromine air‐snow chemistry during springtime|
WR Simpson, L Alvarez‐Aviles, TA Douglas, M Sturm, F Domine
Geophysical research letters 32 (4), 2005
|Influence of snow and ice crystal formation and accumulation on mercury deposition to the Arctic|
TA Douglas, M Sturm, WR Simpson, JD Blum, L Alvarez-Aviles, GJ Keeler, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (5), 1542-1551, 2008
|The fate of mercury in Arctic terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, a review|
TA Douglas, LL Loseto, RW Macdonald, P Outridge, A Dommergue, ...
Environmental Chemistry 9 (4), 321-355, 2012
|Phylogenetic analysis of bacteria preserved in a permafrost ice wedge for 25,000 years|
T Katayama, M Tanaka, J Moriizumi, T Nakamura, A Brouchkov, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (7), 2360-2363, 2007
|Elevated mercury measured in snow and frost flowers near Arctic sea ice leads|
TA Douglas, M Sturm, WR Simpson, S Brooks, SE Lindberg, DK Perovich
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (4), 2005
|Rate of decrease of the specific surface area of dry snow: Isothermal and temperature gradient conditions|
AS Taillandier, F Domine, WR Simpson, M Sturm, TA Douglas
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F3), 2007
|Interactive effects of wildfire and climate on permafrost degradation in Alaskan lowland forests|
DRN Brown, MT Jorgenson, TA Douglas, VE Romanovsky, K Kielland, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (8), 1619-1637, 2015
|Convective forcing of mercury and ozone in the Arctic boundary layer induced by leads in sea ice|
CW Moore, D Obrist, A Steffen, RM Staebler, TA Douglas, A Richter, ...
Nature 506 (7486), 81-84, 2014
|Frost flower chemical composition during growth and its implications for aerosol production and bromine activation|
L Alvarez‐Aviles, WR Simpson, TA Douglas, M Sturm, D Perovich, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D21), 2008
|Frost flowers growing in the Arctic ocean‐atmosphere–sea ice–snow interface: 1. Chemical composition|
TA Douglas, F Domine, M Barret, C Anastasio, HJ Beine, J Bottenheim, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 117 (D14), 2012
|Investigation of the deposition and emission of mercury in arctic snow during an atmospheric mercury depletion event|
KP Johnson, JD Blum, GJ Keeler, TA Douglas
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D17), 2008
|Temporal variations in organic carbon species and fluxes from the Chena River, Alaska|
Y Cai, L Guo, TA Douglas
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (4), 1408-1419, 2008
|Microbial survival strategies in ancient permafrost: insights from metagenomics|
R Mackelprang, A Burkert, M Haw, T Mahendrarajah, CH Conaway, ...
The ISME journal 11 (10), 2305-2318, 2017
|The chemical composition of surface snow in the Arctic: Examining marine, terrestrial, and atmospheric influences|
L Krnavek, WR Simpson, D Carlson, F Domine, TA Douglas, M Sturm
Atmospheric Environment 50, 349-359, 2012