Christine van Beest
Christine van Beest
Gasmet Technologies
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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
112019
Wildfire overrides hydrological controls on boreal peatland methane emissions
SJ Davidson, CV Beest, R Petrone, M Strack
Biogeosciences 16 (13), 2651-2660, 2019
72019
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
52019
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
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
2021
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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