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Increased peatland nutrient availability following the Fort McMurray Horse River wildfire
C van Beest, R Petrone, F Nwaishi, JM Waddington, M Macrae
Diversity 11 (9), 142, 2019
172019
Wildfire overrides hydrological controls on boreal peatland methane emissions
SJ Davidson, CV Beest, R Petrone, M Strack
Biogeosciences 16 (13), 2651-2660, 2019
102019
Hydrogeologic setting overrides any influence of wildfire on pore water dissolved organic carbon concentration and quality at a boreal fen
SJ Davidson, MC Elmes, H Rogers, C van Beest, R Petrone, JS Price, ...
Ecohydrology 12 (7), e2141, 2019
82019
Deeper burning in a boreal fen peatland 1‐year post‐wildfire accelerates recovery trajectory of carbon dioxide uptake
M Morison, C van Beest, M Macrae, F Nwaishi, R Petrone
Ecohydrology 14 (3), e2277, 2021
72021
Delineation of paleowind direction from dunes in Simcoe County, Ontario
KK To, KA Clements, SL De Thomasis, AG Smolarz, CES van Beest, ...
Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and …, 2015
22015
Deeper Burning Increases Available Phosphorus, Promotes Moss Growth, and Carbon Dioxide Uptake in a Fen Peatland One-Year Post-Wildfire in Fort McMurray, AB
C van Beest
University of Waterloo, 2019
12019
Impact of wildfire on methane emissions at a continental boreal peatland.
SJ Davidson, J Zhang, C van Beest, R Petrone, M Strack
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Impact of wildfire on methane emissions and dissolved organic carbon at a boreal fen, Alberta, Canada
SJ Davidson, H Rogers, J Zang, C Van Beest, RM Petrone, M Strack
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, B31F-2515, 2018
2018
Wildfire switches the typical understanding of boreal peatland methane emissions
SJ Davidson, C Van Beest, R Petrone, M Strack
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