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Publications

  • Zona, D., B. Gioli, R. Commane, J. Lindaas, S. Wofsy, C. Miller, S. Dinardo, S. Dengel, C. Sweeney and A. Karion. 2016. Cold season emissions dominate the Arctic tundra methane budget. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113: 40-45.

  • Amesbury, M., D. Charman, R. Newnham, N. Loader, J. Goodrich, J. Royles, D. Campbell, E. Keller, W. Baisden and T. Roland. 2015. Can oxygen stable isotopes be used to track precipitation moisture source in vascular plant-dominated peatlands? Earth and Planetary Science Letters 430: 149-159.

  • Campbell, D., J. Smith, J. Goodrich, A. Wall and L. Schipper. 2014. Year-round growing conditions explains large CO2 sink strength in a New Zealand raised peat bog. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 192: 59-68.

  • Santoni, G., B. Lee, J. Goodrich, R. Varner, P. Crill, J. McManus, D. Nelson, M. Zahniser and S. Wofsy. 2012. Mass fluxes and isofluxes of methane (CH4) at a New Hampshire fen measured by a continuous wave quantum cascade laser spectrometer. Journal of Geophysical Research-atmospheres 117: D10301-D10314.

  • Goodrich, J., R. Varner, S. Frolking, B. Duncan and P. Crill. 2011. High-frequency measurements of methane ebullition over a growing season at a temperate peatland site. Geophysical Research Letters 38: L07404.

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