Publications

Publications Found: 5
Impacts Of An Intense Wildfire Smoke Episode On Surface Radiation, Energy And Carbon Fluxes In Southwestern British Columbia, Canada
McKendry, I. G., Christen, A., Lee, S., Ferrara, M., Strawbridge, K. B., O'Neill, N., Black, A.


Journal: Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, Volume 19 (2): 835-846 (2019). DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-19-835-2019 Sites: CA-Ca3, CA-DBB

Net Ecosystem Carbon Balance Of A Peat Bog Undergoing Restoration: Integrating Co 2 And Ch 4 Fluxes From Eddy Covariance And Aquatic Evasion With Doc Drainage Fluxes
D′Acunha, B., Morillas, L., Black, T. A., Christen, A., Johnson, M. S.


Journal: Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Volume 124 (4): 884-901 (2019). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JG005123 Sites: CA-DBB

Annual greenhouse gas budget for a bog ecosystem undergoing restoration by rewetting
Lee, S.-C., Christen, A., Black, T.A., Johnson, M.S., Jassal, R.S., Ketler, R., Nesic, Z., Merkens, M.

Many peatlands have been drained and harvested for peat mining, agriculture, and other purposes, which has turned them from carbon (C) sinks into C emitters. Rewetting of disturbed peatlands facilitates their ecological recovery and may help them revert to carbon dioxide (CO2) sinks. However, rewetting may also cause substantial …


Journal: Biogeosciences, Volume 14 (11): 2799-2814 (2017). DOI: 10.5194/bg-14-2799-2017 Sites: CA-DBB

Remote Sensing Of Seasonal Light Use Efficiency In Temperate Bog Ecosystems
Tortini, R., Coops, N. C., Nesic, Z., Christen, A., Lee, S. C., Hilker, T.


Journal: Scientific Reports, Volume 7 (1): (2017). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-08102-x Sites: CA-DBB

Summertime greenhouse gas fluxes from an urban bog undergoing restoration through rewetting
Christen, A., Jassal, R.S., Black, T.A., Grant, N.J., Hawthorne, I, Johnson, M.S., Lee, S.-C., Merkens, M.

Rewetting can promote the ecological recovery of disturbed peatland ecosystems and may help to revert these ecosystems to carbon dioxide (CO2) sinks. However, rewetting of disturbed peatlands can also cause substantial emissions of methane (CH4) and possibly nitrous oxide (N2O). This study quantified summertime emissions of the three …


Journal: Mires And Peat, Volume (17): 1-24 (2016), ISBN 1819-754X. DOI: 10.19189/MaP.2015.OMB.207 Sites: CA-DBB