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A comprehensive quantification of global nitrous oxide sources and sinks
H Tian, R Xu, JG Canadell, RL Thompson, W Winiwarter, ...
Nature 586 (7828), 248-256, 2020
5682020
Global phosphorus retention by river damming
T Maavara, CT Parsons, C Ridenour, S Stojanovic, HH Dürr, HR Powley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (51), 15603-15608, 2015
3312015
River dam impacts on biogeochemical cycling
T Maavara, Q Chen, K Van Meter, LE Brown, J Zhang, J Ni, C Zarfl
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1, 103-116, 2020
2562020
Global perturbation of organic carbon cycling by river damming
T Maavara, R Lauerwald, P Regnier, P Van Cappellen
Nature Communications 8, 15347, 2017
2332017
Rivers in the Anthropocene: Global scale modifications of riverine nutrient fluxes by damming
P Van Cappellen, T Maavara
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 16 (2), 106-111, 2016
1132016
Nitrous oxide emissions from inland waters: Are IPCC estimates too high?
T Maavara, R Lauerwald, GG Laruelle, Z Akbarzadeh, NJ Bouskill, ...
Global Change Biology 25 (2), 473-488, 2019
942019
Worldwide retention of nutrient silicon by river damming: From sparse data set to global estimate
T Maavara, HH Dürr, P Van Cappellen
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28 (8), 842-855, 2014
902014
Effects of damming on river nitrogen fluxes: A global analysis
Z Akbarzadeh, T Maavara, S Slowinski, P Van Cappellen
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 33, 1339-1357, 2019
462019
Global dam-driven changes to riverine N: P: Si ratios delivered to the coastal ocean
T Maavara, Z Akbarzadeh, P Van Cappellen
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (15), e2020GL088288, 2020
362020
Reactive silicon dynamics in a large prairie reservoir (Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan)
T Maavara, JLA Hood, RL North, LE Doig, CT Parsons, J Johansson, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41, 100-109, 2015
342015
Rivers as the largest source of mercury to coastal oceans worldwide
M Liu, Q Zhang, T Maavara, S Liu, X Wang, P Raymond
Nature Geoscience 14, 672-677, 2021
332021
Natural lakes are a minor global source of N2O to the atmosphere
R Lauerwald, P Regnier, V Figueiredo, A Enrich-Prast, D Bastviken, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 33, 1564-1581, 2019
262019
Hysteresis patterns of watershed nitrogen retention and loss over the past 50 years in United States Hydrological Basins
ME Newcomer, NJ Bouskill, H Wainwright, T Maavara, B Arora, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 35 (4), e2020GB006777, 2021
252021
Lake morphometry and river network controls on evasion of terrestrially sourced headwater CO2
CB Brinkerhoff, PA Raymond, T Maavara, Y Ishitsuka, KS Aho, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (1), e2020GL090068, 2021
72021
The role of groundwater discharge fluxes on Si:P ratios in a major tributary to Lake Erie
T Maavara, S Slowinski, F Rezanezhad, K Van Meter, P Van Cappellen
Science of the Total Environment 622, 814-824, 2018
62018
Perturbations to nutrient and carbon cycles by river damming
T Maavara
University of Waterloo, 2017
52017
Modeling geogenic and atmospheric nitrogen through the East River Watershed, Colorado Rocky Mountains
T Maavara, E Siirila-Woodburn, F Maina, RM Maxwell, JE Sample, ...
PLoS One 16 (3), e0247907, 2021
42021
Global controls on DOC reaction versus export in watersheds: a Damköhler number analysis
S Liu, T Maavara, CB Brinkerhoff, PA Raymond
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 36 (4), e2021GB007278, 2022
32022
Gap-filled water quality, Normalized Differenced Vegetation Index, total nitrogen (nitrate and ammonia) deposition, and land cover data trends for the Continental United States
M Newcomer, N Bouskill, H Wainwright, T Maavara, B Arora, E Woodburn, ...
Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem …, 2020
32020
Magnitude and uncertainty of nitrous oxide emissions from North America based on bottom-up and top-down approaches: Informing future research and national inventories
R Xu, H Tian, N Pan, RL Thompson, JG Canadell, EA Davidson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 48, e2021GL095264, 2021
22021
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