William Quinton
William Quinton
Scotty Creek Research Station
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The cold regions hydrological model: a platform for basing process representation and model structure on physical evidence
JW Pomeroy, DM Gray, T Brown, NR Hedstrom, WL Quinton, RJ Granger, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (19), 2650-2667, 2007
Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport: A review update for geochemists
F Rezanezhad, JS Price, WL Quinton, B Lennartz, T Milojevic, ...
Chemical Geology 429, 75-84, 2016
Large loss of CO2 in winter observed across the northern permafrost region
SM Natali, JD Watts, BM Rogers, S Potter, SM Ludwig, AK Selbmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (11), 852-857, 2019
Permafrost‐thaw‐induced land‐cover change in the Canadian subarctic: Implications for water resources
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, LE Chasmer
Hydrological processes 25 (1), 152-158, 2011
Forests on thawing permafrost: fragmentation, edge effects, and net forest loss
JL Baltzer, T Veness, LE Chasmer, AE Sniderhan, WL Quinton
Global Change Biology 20 (3), 824-834, 2014
Spatial and temporal variations in active layer thawing and their implication on runoff generation in peat‐covered permafrost terrain
N Wright, M Hayashi, WL Quinton
Water Resources Research 45 (5), 2009
Wildfire as a major driver of recent permafrost thaw in boreal peatlands
CM Gibson, LE Chasmer, DK Thompson, WL Quinton, MD Flannigan, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 3041, 2018
Changing hydrologic connectivity due to permafrost thaw in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada
RF Connon, WL Quinton, JR Craig, M Hayashi
Hydrological Processes 28 (14), 4163-4178, 2014
Methane flux from drained northern peatlands: effect of a persistent water table lowering on flux
NT Roulet, R Ash, W Quinton, T Moore
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 7 (4), 749-769, 1993
A conceptual framework for runoff generation in a permafrost environment
WL Quinton, P Marsh
Hydrological Processes 13 (16), 2563-2581, 1999
Peat hydraulic conductivity in cold regions and its relation to pore size and geometry
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, SK Carey
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (15), 2829-2837, 2008
Subsurface drainage from hummock-covered hillslopes in the Arctic tundra
WL Quinton, DM Gray, P Marsh
Journal of Hydrology 237 (1-2), 113-125, 2000
Representativeness of Eddy-Covariance flux footprints for areas surrounding AmeriFlux sites
H Chu, X Luo, Z Ouyang, WS Chan, S Dengel, SC Biraud, MS Torn, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 301, 108350, 2021
Connectivity and storage functions of channel fens and flat bogs in northern basins
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, A Pietroniro
Hydrological Processes 17 (18), 3665-3684, 2003
Hydrologic functions of wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost basin indicated by isotopic and chemical signatures
M Hayashi, WL Quinton, A Pietroniro, JJ Gibson
Journal of Hydrology 296 (1-4), 81-97, 2004
Evaluating runoff generation during summer using hydrometric, stable isotope and hydrochemical methods in a discontinuous permafrost alpine catchment
SK Carey, WL Quinton
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 95-114, 2005
A simple heat‐conduction method for simulating the frost‐table depth in hydrological models
M Hayashi, N Goeller, WL Quinton, N Wright
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (19), 2610-2622, 2007
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
Influence of vertical and lateral heat transfer on permafrost thaw, peatland landscape transition, and groundwater flow
BL Kurylyk, M Hayashi, WL Quinton, JM McKenzie, CI Voss
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 1286-1305, 2016
Peatland hydrology of discontinuous permafrost in the Northwest Territories: overview and synthesis
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, LE Chasmer
Canadian Water Resources Journal 34 (4), 311-328, 2009
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