A selection of publications from CRRC Faculty. For more, please see individual member’s webpages.
Baltzer, JL, Patankar, R, Downey, A, and Quinton, WL (in review). Impacts of seasonal thaw and permafrost degradation on Picea mariana root function in a subarctic boreal peatland. Acta Horticulturae.
Quinton W.L. and J. Baltzer. Changing surface water systems in the discontinuous permafrost zone: implications to stream flow. Cold and Mountain Region Hydrological Systems Under Climate Change: Towards Improved Projections. Proceedings of H02, IAHS-IAPSO-IASPEI Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 2013 (IAHS Publ. 360, 2013).
Patankar, R, Quinton, WL, and Baltzer, JL, 2013. Permafrost-driven differences in habitat quality determine plant responses to gall-forming mites. Journal of Ecology, accepted.
Williams, T, W.W. Quinton and JL Baltzer. Linear disturbances on permafrost: implications for thaw-induced land cover change and drainage. Environmental Research Letters, in press.
Baltzer, JL, Veness, T, Chasmer, LE, and Quinton, WL (in review). Forests on thawing permafrost: fragmentation, edge effects, and net forest loss. Global Change Biology.
Williams, T. and W. Quinton. Modelling Incoming Radiation on a Linear Disturbance and its Impact on the Ground Thermal Regime in Discontinuous Permafrost. Hydrological Processes, in press.
Quinton and J.L. Baltzer, 2013. The Hydrology of a Peat Plateau with Thawing Permafrost: Implications for runoff and streamflow. Hydrogeology Journal: Volume 21, Issue 1, Page 201-220, DOI 10.1007/s10040-012-0935-2.
Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, A. Mohammed, W.L. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2012. Measuring saturated hydraulic conductivity and anisotropy of peat by a modified split container method, HJ-2011-2056.R2, Hydrogeology Journal, accepted August 5, 2012, 16 pp.
Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2012. Moving the field into the lab: Simulation water and heat transport in sub-Arctic peat, Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 23(3), 237-243.
Clark, D. & D.S. Slocombe. 2011. Adaptive Co-Management and Grizzly Bear-Human Conflicts in Two Northern Canadian Aboriginal Communities. Human Ecology, 39(5): 627-40.
Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Maher, P.T., and Slocombe, D.S. 2009. Climate change, complexity and cruising in Canada’s Arctic: a Nunavut case study. pp. 414-39 in R.B. Anderson & R.M. Bone, (eds) Natural Resources and Aboriginal People in Canada, 2nd ed., Captus Press, Concord, ON.
Slocombe, D.S., Lyn Hartley & Meagan Noonan. 2009. Environmental assessment and land claims, devolution and co-management: evolving opportunities and challenges in Yukon, pp. 238-56 in Kevin S. Hanna, ed. Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation, 2nd ed.. Oxford University Press, Toronto.
Dawson, J., P. Maher & D.S. Slocombe. 2007. Climate Change, Marine Tourism and Sustainability in the Canadian Arctic: Contributions from Systems and Complexity Approaches. Tourism in Marine Environments, 4(2/3): 69-83.
Eichel KA, ML Macrae, RI Hall, L Fishback and BB Wolfe. in review. Nutrient uptake and responses of planktonic and benthic and algal communities from a subarctic pond to experimental nutrient enrichment in microcosms. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research.
Tondu J-ME, KW Turner, BB Wolfe, RI Hall, TWD Edwards and I McDonald. In review. Developing a long-term hydrological monitoring program for a northern lake-rich landscape using water isotope tracers. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research.
MacDonald LA, AM Balasubramaniam, RI Hall, BB Wolfe and JN Sweetman. 2012. Developing biomonitoring protocols for shallow Arctic lakes using diatoms and artificial substrate samplers. Hydrobiologia 683: 231-248.
Wolfe BB, EM Light, ML Macrae, RI Hall, K Eichel, S Jasechko, J White, L Fishback and TWD Edwards. 2011. Divergent hydrological responses to 20th century climate change in shallow tundra ponds, western Hudson Bay Lowlands. Geophysical Research Letters 38, L23402, doi:10.1029/2011GL049766.