|Climate change and the permafrost carbon feedback|
EAG Schuur, AD McGuire, C Schädel, G Grosse, JW Harden, DJ Hayes, ...
Nature 520 (7546), 171-179, 2015
|Recent changes in the fire regime across the North American boreal region—Spatial and temporal patterns of burning across Canada and Alaska|
ES Kasischke, MR Turetsky
Geophysical research letters 33 (9), 2006
|Impacts of climate change on fire activity and fire management in the circumboreal forest|
M Flannigan, B Stocks, M Turetsky, M Wotton
Global change biology 15 (3), 549-560, 2009
|The role of bryophytes in carbon and nitrogen cycling|
The bryologist 106 (3), 395-409, 2003
|Recent acceleration of biomass burning and carbon losses in Alaskan forests and peatlands|
MR Turetsky, ES Kane, JW Harden, RD Ottmar, KL Manies, E Hoy, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (1), 27-31, 2011
|Vulnerability of high‐latitude soil organic carbon in North America to disturbance|
G Grosse, J Harden, M Turetsky, AD McGuire, P Camill, C Tarnocai, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116 (G4), 2011
|Effects of soil rewetting and thawing on soil gas fluxes: a review of current literature and suggestions for future research|
DG Kim, R Vargas, B Bond-Lamberty, MR Turetsky
Biogeosciences 9 (7), 2459, 2012
|Global vulnerability of peatlands to fire and carbon loss|
MR Turetsky, B Benscoter, S Page, G Rein, GR Van Der Werf, A Watts
Nature Geoscience 8 (1), 11-14, 2015
|Alaska’s changing fire regime—implications for the vulnerability of its boreal forests|
ES Kasischke, DL Verbyla, TS Rupp, AD McGuire, KA Murphy, R Jandt, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (7), 1313-1324, 2010
|Abundance of microbial genes associated with nitrogen cycling as indices of biogeochemical process rates across a vegetation gradient in Alaska|
DG Petersen, SJ Blazewicz, M Firestone, DJ Herman, M Turetsky, ...
Environmental microbiology 14 (4), 993-1008, 2012
|Current disturbance and the diminishing peatland carbon sink|
M Turetsky, K Wieder, L Halsey, D Vitt
Geophysical Research Letters 29 (11), 21-1-21-4, 2002
|Multi-omics of permafrost, active layer and thermokarst bog soil microbiomes|
J Hultman, MP Waldrop, R Mackelprang, MM David, J McFarland, ...
Nature 521 (7551), 208-212, 2015
|A synthesis of methane emissions from 71 northern, temperate, and subtropical wetlands|
MR Turetsky, A Kotowska, J Bubier, NB Dise, P Crill, ERC Hornibrook, ...
Global change biology 20 (7), 2183-2197, 2014
|A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation|
J Loisel, Z Yu, DW Beilman, P Camill, J Alm, MJ Amesbury, D Anderson, ...
the Holocene 24 (9), 1028-1042, 2014
|Fire, climate change, and forest resilience in interior Alaska|
JF Johnstone, FS Chapin, TN Hollingsworth, MC Mack, V Romanovsky, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (7), 1302-1312, 2010
|High risk of permafrost thaw|
EAG Schuur, B Abbott
Nature 480 (7375), 32-33, 2011
|The resilience and functional role of moss in boreal and arctic ecosystems|
MR Turetsky, B Bond‐Lamberty, E Euskirchen, J Talbot, S Frolking, ...
New Phytologist 196 (1), 49-67, 2012
|Expert assessment of vulnerability of permafrost carbon to climate change|
EAG Schuur, BW Abbott, WB Bowden, V Brovkin, P Camill, JG Canadell, ...
Climatic Change 119 (2), 359-374, 2013
|Environmental and physical controls on northern terrestrial methane emissions across permafrost zones|
D Olefeldt, MR Turetsky, PM Crill, AD McGuire
Global Change Biology 19 (2), 589-603, 2013
|Short‐term response of methane fluxes and methanogen activity to water table and soil warming manipulations in an Alaskan peatland|
MR Turetsky, CC Treat, MP Waldrop, JM Waddington, JW Harden, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G3), 2008