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TimestampLast Name(s)First Name(s)AffiliationPositionEmail AddressResearch Keywords (comma separated, up to 3)WebsiteTweet-Length Research Summary (<280 char)Research Keywords (comma separated, up to 3)Twitter handle
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9/15/2020 11:40:29BurkeSophia
University of New Hampshire
Adjunct Facultysaj82@wildcats.unh.eu@bubbyburke
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5/1/2020 5:46:57BurnWilliamUniversity of YorkGraduate Studentwlb501@york.ac.ukfungi, bacteria, management
I'm a PhD student investigating changes in fungal, bacterial and archaeal communities across a spectrum of blanket bog management and environmental condition
fungi, bacteria, managementw_l_burn
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04/27/2020 10:25:25ChaudharyNitinUniversity of OsloPostdoc
nitin.chaudhary@geo.uio.no and nitin.chjj@gmail.com
Peatland and permafrost modelling
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nitin_Chaudhary7
Modelling peatland carbon dynamics in the past and futurePeatland and permafrost modelling@nitin.chj
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4/21/2020 11:32:57DavidsonScottUniversity of WaterlooPostdocs7davidson@uwaterloo.cabiogeochemistry, vegetation communities, ecohydrology
https://sjdavidsonecology.com/
biogeochemistry, vegetation communities, ecohydrology@scootjd
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5/28/2020 21:52:49ElmesMatthewUniversity of WaterlooPostdocelmes.matt@gmail.com
Peatland hydrology, peat hydrophysical properties, landscape connectivity
Peatland hydrology and landscape connectivity, watershed hydrology and hydrometeorology, peat hydrophysical properties, impacts from industrial disturbances, impacts of wildfire.
Peatland hydrology, peat hydrophysical properties, landscape connectivity
@Matthew_C_Elmes
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4/23/2020 16:37:28FreiRebeccaUniversity of AlbertaGraduate Studentrfrei@ualberta.cabiogeochemistry, ecohydrology, catchment science
C, N, and P biogeochemistry in streams draining peatlands. Research focuses on effects of peatland disturbance on biogeochemistry at multiple scales.
biogeochemistry, ecohydrology, catchment science@BeccaFrei
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4/22/2020 13:57:55GauthierTasha-LeighUniversity of WaterlooGraduate Studenttjgauthier@uwaterloo.capeat properties, sphagnum, Functional traitsI study the interaction between Sphagum and its environment.This includes peat properties, carbon flux, and species interactions. peat properties, sphagnum, Functional traits@TLGauthier
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4/22/2020 4:06:53GirkinNickCranfield UniversityAssistant Professor/Scientistn.t.girkin@cranfield.ac.uk
Tropical peatlands, greenhouse gas fluxes, biogeochemistry
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=SGS4giAAAAAJ&hl=en
Lecturer in Plant Soil Systems measuring peatland C and N cycling and greenhouse gas fluxes in tropical and temperate ecosystems and responses to environmental change.
Tropical peatlands, greenhouse gas fluxes, biogeochemistry
@NickGirkin
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6/25/2020 19:58:39GoudEllieUniversity of WaterlooPostdocegoud@uwaterloo.caplant physiology, ecosystem ecology, isotope ecology
Understanding how variation in plant traits scale up to impact species distributions and nutrient cycling, with a focus on carbon and water exchange.
plant physiology, ecosystem ecology, isotope ecology@emgbotany
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4/21/2020 11:45:04Guêné-NanchenMélina
Peatland Ecology Research Group, Université Laval
Postdoc
melina.guene-nanchen.1@ulaval.ca
Plant ecology, succession, vegetation, ecological restoration
http://www.gret-perg.ulaval.ca/fr/accueil/
Regeneration and restoration of vegetation communities following disturbances in peatlands
Plant ecology, succession, vegetation, ecological restoration
@MelinaGuene
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6/11/2020 21:46:19GuptaPankajUniversity of WaterlooPostdocpk3gupta@uwaterloo.caHydrocarbon pollutants in peatlands.
https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=jKr0lPgAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=1
Hydrocarbon pollutants in peatlands.@pankajkumarpsc
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4/21/2020 18:00:05HeffernanLiamUppsala UniversityPostdocliam.heffernan@ebc.uu.se
biogeochemistry, permafrost, organic matter, carbon cycling
Biogeochemical cycling of terrestrial organic matter across the permafrost zones
biogeochemistry, permafrost, organic matter, carbon cycling
@heff_liam
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4/22/2020 15:35:35HelbigManuelMcMaster UniversityPostdocmhelbig85@gmail.comEddy covariance, methane, land-atmosphere interactionEddy covariance, methane, land-atmosphere interaction@HelbigManuel
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4/21/2020 19:11:27Juan-OvejeroRaquelUniversity of VigoGraduate StudentRaquel.juan.ovejero@gmail.comMesofauna, biomass, FluxesInteractions between abiotic (soil climatic variables and peat physicochemical properties) and biotic (soil fauna, microbial communities, plant communities) factors that influence carbon cycling.Mesofauna, biomass, Fluxes
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6/25/2020 8:42:56JuottonenHeli
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Postdocheli.juottonen@alumni.helsinki.fibacteria, archaea, methane
https://helijuottonen.wordpress.com
Microbial community and ecosystem ecology in peatlands, especially related to methane and anaerobic carbon cycling; microbial ecology of extreme boreal and Arctic soils
bacteria, archaea, methane@helijuottonen
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4/30/2020 10:01:58KeaneBen
The University of Sheffield
Postdocben.keane@sheffield.ac.uk@fluxsoilsleaves
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12/3/2020 16:58:58LeesKirstenUniversity of ExeterPostdock.lees@exeter.ac.ukremote sensing, carbon, vegetationI look at peatland resilience using satellite data. remote sensing, carbon, vegetation@K_J_Lees
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6/24/2020 14:08:26Linares-PalominoReynaldo
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Research Scientistlinaresr@si.eduAndes, vegetation, restorationAndes, vegetation, restoration
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4/28/2020 19:37:40LornaHarrisUniversity of AlbertaPostdoclorna.harris@mail.mcgill.ca
https://www.lornaiharris.com/
@lorna_h1
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12/8/2020 8:00:09MangalVaughn
University of Toronto Scarborough
Postdocvaughn.mangal@utoronto.caDissolved Organic Matter, Mercury, Biogeochemistry
https://vaughnmangal.wixsite.com/research
@AquatichemistryDissolved Organic Matter, Mercury, Biogeochemistry
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4/21/2020 17:25:24MarshallChris
University of Highlands and Islands
PostdocChris.marshall@uhi.ac.ukPeat Surface Dynamics, Landscape hydrology, InSARLandscape controls on peatland formation across geological time and bog breathing using INSARPeat Surface Dynamics, Landscape hydrology, InSAR@peatSAR
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6/25/2020 15:03:19McIntosh MarcekHadley
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Graduate Studentmcintosh@umces.edumethane, lakes, Arctic
I am a biogeochemist studying processes related to aquatic carbon cycling, particularly in the Arctic.
methane, lakes, Arctic@waterwings88
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4/24/2020 12:02:05McNicolGavinStanford UniversityPostdocgmcnicol@stanford.edu
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4/21/2020 12:47:11MoodyCatherinUniversity of LeedsPostdocc.s.moody@leeds.ac.ukDissolved organic matter export from peatlands@catherinesmoody
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6/24/2020 15:57:22MorisonMattUniversity of WinnipegPostdocm.morison@uwinnipeg.cahydrology, biogeochemistry, carbonWetland-upland hydrologic and biogeochemical (C, N, P) connectivity hydrology, biogeochemistry, carbon@MatthewQmar
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4/21/2020 11:21:05OlefeldtDavidUniversity of AlbertaAssistant Professor/Scientistolefeldt@ualberta.cacarbon cycling, permafrost, dissolved organic mattercarbon cycling, permafrost, dissolved organic matter@DavidOlefeldt
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4/22/2020 2:13:18PeacockMichael
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Postdocmichael.peacock@slu.seGHG, DOM, DOCPeatland biogeochemistry (GHGs, DOC, DOM) and land-use/management GHG, DOM, DOC@MikePeacock86
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4/21/2020 13:19:02PerrymanClarice
University of New Hampshire
Graduate Studentcrp1006@wildcats.unh.edubiogeochemistry, methane, methanotrophs
www.clariceperryman.com
Impact of climate and environmental change on methane oxidizing bacteria (methanotrophs) in peatlands studied using greenhouse gas fluxes/incubations, stable isotopes, and DNA/RNA sequencing of peatland microbiomes biogeochemistry, methane, methanotrophs@ClaricePerryman
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8/19/2020 21:53:10ProctorCameronUniversity of WindsorAssistant Professor/Scientistcameron.proctor@uwindsor.caRhizosphere, Remote Sensing, Root Exudation
http://drproctorlab.com/
Rhizosphere, Remote Sensing, Root Exudation@DrProctorUOfW
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6/25/2020 20:10:27RankinTracyMcGill UniversityGraduate Studenttracy.rankin@mail.mcgill.caRespiration, carbon dynamics, plant-soil interactions
I work on peatland respiration, dealing with plant-soil interactions and the link between aboveground respiration and belowground processes
Respiration, carbon dynamics, plant-soil interactions@TracyRankin17
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4/21/2020 17:20:08Sanchez GarcesMaria Elisa
University of Saskatchewan
Graduate Studentm.sanchez@usask.caGreen house gases, alpine Interested in anthropogenic pressures on mountain peatlands. Studied grazing effects on CO2 & CH4 emissions in Andean peatlands. Currently looking to understand how climate-change induced shifts on wintertime conditions influence C fluxes from peatlands in the Canadian RockiesGreen house gases, alpine @me_sanchezg
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12/4/2020 11:29:18SandersonNicoleUQAM - GEOTOPPostdocsanderson.nicole@uqam.cacarbon, permafrost, geochronology
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicole_Sanderson2
Research focus on dating recent peat (210Pb, 14C) to evaluate impacts of recent and rapid shifts in climate, disturbance (permafrost thaw) and land-use on peatland carbon accumulation. Wider interests in applied paleoecological research for conservation/policy.
carbon, permafrost, geochronology@NK_Sanderson
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5/15/2020 16:18:51SchlaipferMartina
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences/Technical University of Munich
Graduate Studentmartina.schlaipfer@gmail.comGHG exchange, nutrient cycling, soil science
Chamber-based as well as eddy covariance measurements of GHG exchange in peatlands drained for agriculture or forestry use.
GHG exchange, nutrient cycling, soil science@kyonion
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4/23/2020 8:47:34ShewringMike
Neath Port Talbot County Council
Industry Professional/ConsultantM.shewring@npt.gov.ukRestoration, ornithology, spatial
My research is focused on the ecological processes in upland areas in Wales. It includes research into practical aspects of forest to bog restoration along side the effects of management change on invertebrate communities and their cascade effects to apex predators.
Restoration, ornithology, spatial@mikeshewring
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4/21/2020 12:28:56SihiDebjani
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Postdocsihid@ornl.gov
Biogeochemistry, organic matter decomposition, greenhouse gas production and consumption, biosphere-atmosphere exchange of carbon, water, and energy
https://www.ornl.gov/staff-profile/debjani-sihi
Measuring and Modeling decomposition of organic carbon and greenhouse gas dynamics
Biogeochemistry, organic matter decomposition, greenhouse gas production and consumption, biosphere-atmosphere exchange of carbon, water, and energy
@darisihi
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6/29/2020 9:43:34SterkHenk Pieter
Environmental Research Institute, University of the Highlands and Islands
PhD studenthpsterk@gmail.comPeatland functioning and morphology, GHG fluxes, GIS/RS
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Henk_Pieter_Sterk
Assessing blanket bog functioning in the Flow Country, Scotland using GHG measurements, spectral data and UAV-imagery. Background in physical geography, GIS, coding and stats.
Peatland functioning and morphology, GHG fluxes, GIS/RS@HPSterk
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6/25/2020 16:19:54TaylorNigelTour du Valat, FrancePostdocngltaylor@yahoo.comconservation, vegetation, evidence synthesis
https://nigeltaylor.weebly.com/
Author of an evidence synthesis for the effects of conservation interventions on peatland vegetation (yes, all interventions and all peatlands!).
conservation, vegetation, evidence synthesis@ngltaylor
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12/3/2020 15:03:36ThompsonLaurenUniversity of AlbertaGraduate Studentlt4@ualberta.caMercury, biogeochemistry, permafrost
https://sites.google.com/view/lauren-thompson
Mercury cycling in boreal peatland catchmentsMercury, biogeochemistry, permafrost@L_aurenThompson
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6/25/2020 13:18:21ThorntonSara
University of Leicester and Borneo Nature Foundation
Postdocs.thornton.p@gmail.comtropical peatlands, conservation, livelihoods
https://www.thorntonconservation.com/
Tropical peatland conservation (Indonesia), peatland livelihoods, tropical peatland fish and river ecology, tropical peatland fires and interdisciplinary research.
tropical peatlands, conservation, livelihoods@Thornton_SA
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4/25/2020 12:03:42TilakAmey
Limerick Institute of Technology
Postdocameytilak@gmail.comPeatland hydrology, GHG emissions
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=slP81mcAAAAJ&hl=en
Peatland Hydrology and GHG emissions, paludiculture, near-surface tensions HYDRUS and sphagnum mosses
Peatland hydrology, GHG emissions@AmeyTilak
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4/22/2020 13:43:22Van HuizenBrandonUniversity of WaterlooGraduate Studentbvanhuizen@uwaterloo.caevapotranspiration, freeze/thaw, GIS
https://uwaterloo.ca/scholar/rpetrone/current-phd-students
My research interests center on cold region eco-hydrological processes in the peatlands and uplands of northern landscapes, specifically the spatial distribution of the flow of energy and water through these landscapes.evapotranspiration, freeze/thaw, GIS@BrandoVanHuizen
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4/21/2020 11:27:37WilkinsonSophieMcMaster UniversityPostdocwilkisl@mcmaster.cawildfire, peat properties, ecohydrologyPeatland ecohydrology specifically treed peatland-wildfire interactions wrt ecosystem resilience, hydrological feedbacks and peat properties. Peatland wildfire management techniques, restoration and conservation via fieldwork, lab analyses and hydrological modelling.wildfire, peat properties, ecohydrology@SuperMossSophie
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1/5/2021 13:36:40PschenyckyjCatharine
University College Dublin
Postdoccat.pschenyckyj@ucd.ie
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Catharine_Pschenyckyj2
@CPschenyckyj
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1/26/2021 6:09:06ApersSebastianKU LeuvenPhD Studentsebastian.apers@kuleuven.beTropical peatland hydrology, PEATCLSM, data assimilation
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sebastian_Apers
Develop a global, tropical version of the PEATCLSM module and combine this with satellite data to improve tropical peatland hydrology estimates
Tropical peatland hydrology, PEATCLSM, data assimilation
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2/13/2021 5:26:15BurdunIuliiaUniversity of Tartu
Research Fellow in Geoinformatics
iuliia.burdun@ut.ee
Water table depth, optical remote sensing, northern peatlands
https://www.etis.ee/CV/Iuliia_Burdun/eng?lang=ENG
I hold a PhD in Physical Geography; I am interested in applying remote sensing techniques to estimate and monitor soil water depth in peatlands.
Water table depth, optical remote sensing, northern peatlands
BurdunIuliia
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2/22/2021 4:58:24RezapourAzadeh
Ph.D student, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, University of Tartu, Estonia
Ph.D. studentazadeh@ut.eeAbsorptive roots, acclimation, drained peatland, Root traits in drained birch and spruce peatland forestsAbsorptive roots, acclimation, drained peatland,
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2/25/2021 14:39:51MortonPhoebe
Agri-Food Biosciences Institute
Postdocphoebe.morton@afbini.gov.ukC cycling, vegetation, mycorrhizas
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Phoebe-Morton-2
Management (mainly burning and mowing) effects on C cycling, GHG fluxes, vegetation and mycorrhizas
C cycling, vegetation, mycorrhizas@PhoebeM_AFBI
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2/25/2021 15:48:25SteeleMagda
University of Southampton
PhD Studentm.n.steele@soton.ac.ukCarbon, methane, Sphagnum, raised bog
https://www.southampton.ac.uk/biosci/postgraduate/research_students/mns2n18.page
Peatland plant community interactions and their effect on carbon dynamics. Carbon, methane, Sphagnum, raised bog@peat_girl
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