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  • Enanga, E.M.; Creed, I.F.; Casson, N.J.; Beall, F.D. (American Geophysical Union, 2016-01-14)
    Climate change and climate-driven feedbacks on catchment hydrology and biogeochemistry have the potential to alter the aquatic versus atmospheric fate of nitrogen (N) in forests. This study investigated the hypothesis that ...
  • Stanley, Emily H.; Casson, Nora J.; Christel, Samuel T.; Crawford, John T.; Loken, Luke C.; Oliver, Samantha K. (Ecological Society of America, 2015-12-07)
    Streams and rivers can substantially modify organic carbon (OC) inputs from terrestrial landscapes, and much of this processing is the result of microbial respiration. While carbon dioxide (CO₂) is the major end‐product ...
  • Enanga, E.M.; Creed, I.F.; Fairweather, T.; Casson, N.J. (American Geophysical Union, 2016-08-25)
    The magnitude of net soil nitrous oxide (N₂O) production from a snow‐covered catchment in a northern temperate forest was investigated. There was considerable net soil N₂O‐N production and consumption through the snowpack, ...
  • Casson, Nora J.; Whitfield, Colin J.; Baulch, Helen M.; Mills, Sheryl; North, Rebecca L.; Venkiteswaran, Jason J. (American Geophysical Union, 2018-08-16)
    Engagement of undergraduate students in research has been demonstrated to correlate with improved academic performance and retention. Research experience confers many benefits on participants, particularly foundational ...
  • Corman, J.R.; Bertolet, B.L.; Casson, N.J.; Sebestyen, S.D.; Kolka, R.K.; Stanley, E.H. (American Geophysical Union, 2018-06-16)
    Terrestrial loads of dissolved organic matter (DOM) have increased in recent years in many north temperate lakes. While much of the focus on the “browning” phenomena has been on its consequences for carbon cycling, much ...

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