Denis Lacelle
Denis Lacelle
Department of Geography, University of Ottawa
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Thawing of massive ground ice in mega slumps drives increases in stream sediment and solute flux across a range of watershed scales
SV Kokelj, D Lacelle, TC Lantz, J Tunnicliffe, L Malone, ID Clark, KS Chin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (2), 681-692, 2013
Increased precipitation drives mega slump development and destabilization of ice-rich permafrost terrain, northwestern Canada
SV Kokelj, J Tunnicliffe, D Lacelle, TC Lantz, KS Chin, R Fraser
Global and Planetary Change 129, 56-68, 2015
Climate-driven thaw of permafrost preserved glacial landscapes, northwestern Canada
SV Kokelj, TC Lantz, J Tunnicliffe, R Segal, D Lacelle
Geology 45 (4), 371-374, 2017
Nearing the cold-arid limits of microbial life in permafrost of an upper dry valley, Antarctica
J Goordial, A Davila, D Lacelle, W Pollard, MM Marinova, CW Greer, ...
The ISME journal 10 (7), 1613-1624, 2016
Climatic and geomorphic factors affecting contemporary (1950–2004) activity of retrogressive thaw slumps on the Aklavik Plateau, Richardson Mountains, NWT, Canada
D Lacelle, J Bjornson, B Lauriol
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 21 (1), 1-15, 2010
High Arctic Holocene temperature record from the Agassiz ice cap and Greenland ice sheet evolution
BS Lecavalier, DA Fisher, GA Milne, BM Vinther, L Tarasov, P Huybrechts, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (23), 5952-5957, 2017
Contemporary (1951-2001) evolution of lakes in the Old Crow Basin, Northern Yukon, Canada: Remote sensing, numerical modeling, and stable isotope analysis
S Labrecque, D Lacelle, CR Duguay, B Lauriol, J Hawkings
Arctic, 225-238, 2009
Distribution and growth of thaw slumps in the Richardson Mountains–Peel Plateau region, northwestern Canada
D Lacelle, A Brooker, RH Fraser, SV Kokelj
Geomorphology 235, 40-51, 2015
On the δ18O, δD and D‐excess relations in meteoric precipitation and during equilibrium freezing: theoretical approach and field examples
D Lacelle
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22 (1), 13-25, 2011
The Icebreaker Life Mission to Mars: a search for biomolecular evidence for life
CP McKay, CR Stoker, BJ Glass, AI Davé, AF Davila, JL Heldmann, ...
Astrobiology 13 (4), 334-353, 2013
Permafrost terrain dynamics and infrastructure impacts revealed by UAV photogrammetry and thermal imaging
J Van der Sluijs, SV Kokelj, RH Fraser, J Tunnicliffe, D Lacelle
Remote Sensing 10 (11), 1734, 2018
Impacts of hillslope thaw slumps on the geochemistry of permafrost catchments (Stony Creek watershed, NWT, Canada)
L Malone, D Lacelle, S Kokelj, ID Clark
Chemical Geology 356, 38-49, 2013
Segregated-intrusive ice of subglacial meltwater origin in retrogressive thaw flow headwalls, Richardson Mountains, NWT, Canada
D Lacelle, J Bjornson, B Lauriol, ID Clark, Y Troutet
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (5-6), 681-696, 2004
Climate sensitivity of high Arctic permafrost terrain demonstrated by widespread ice-wedge thermokarst on Banks Island
RH Fraser, SV Kokelj, TC Lantz, M McFarlane-Winchester, I Olthof, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (6), 954, 2018
Permafrost thaw and intense thermokarst activity decreases abundance of stream benthic macroinvertebrates
KS Chin, J Lento, JM Culp, D Lacelle, SV Kokelj
Global Change Biology 22 (8), 2715-2728, 2016
Mapping the activity and evolution of retrogressive thaw slumps by tasselled cap trend analysis of a Landsat satellite image stack
A Brooker, RH Fraser, I Olthof, SV Kokelj, D Lacelle
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 25 (4), 243-256, 2014
Nature and origin of a Pleistocene-age massive ground-ice body exposed in the Chapman Lake moraine complex, central Yukon Territory, Canada
D Lacelle, B Lauriol, ID Clark, R Cardyn, C Zdanowicz
Quaternary Research 68 (2), 249-260, 2007
Detecting landscape changes in high latitude environments using landsat trend analysis: 1. Visualization
RH Fraser, I Olthof, SV Kokelj, TC Lantz, D Lacelle, A Brooker, S Wolfe, ...
Remote Sensing 6 (11), 11533-11557, 2014
Formation of seasonal ice bodies and associated cryogenic carbonates in Caverne de l’Ours, Québec, Canada: Kinetic isotope effects and pseudo-biogenic crystal structures
D Lacelle, B Lauriol, ID Clark
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 71 (1), 48-62, 2009
Environmental setting,(micro) morphologies and stable C–O isotope composition of cold climate carbonate precipitates—a review and evaluation of their potential as …
D Lacelle
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (11-12), 1670-1689, 2007
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