His scientific interests lie mostly in Peat, Ecology, Bog, Sphagnum and Boreal. Dale H. Vitt combines subjects such as Organic matter, Permafrost, Holocene, Physical geography and Taiga with his study of Peat. His work deals with themes such as Surface water and Botany, which intersect with Ecology.
In general Bog study, his work on Ombrotrophic often relates to the realm of Ammonium, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Sphagnum study incorporates themes from Mire, Sink and Greenhouse gas. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecosystem and Atmospheric sciences.
His main research concerns Ecology, Peat, Bog, Botany and Boreal. Dale H. Vitt studies Sphagnum which is a part of Peat. His Sphagnum research incorporates themes from Primary production, Minerotrophic and Surface water.
In his research on the topic of Bog, Permafrost carbon cycle is strongly related with Permafrost. The various areas that he examines in his Boreal study include Soil carbon, Ecological succession, Hydrology, Land reclamation and Taiga. Within one scientific family, Dale H. Vitt focuses on topics pertaining to Holocene under Physical geography, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Climate change.
His primary areas of investigation include Peat, Ecology, Bog, Boreal and Oil sands. His research in Peat is mostly concerned with Sphagnum. His Sphagnum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Primary production and Greenhouse gas.
In his study, Nitrification is inextricably linked to Nitrogen cycle, which falls within the broad field of Ecology. His study looks at the relationship between Boreal and fields such as Ecological succession, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Physical geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Permafrost and Climatology.
Dale H. Vitt spends much of his time researching Peat, Bog, Ecology, Boreal and Sphagnum. His Peat research includes themes of Hydrology, Permafrost, Land reclamation and Physical geography. The Physical geography study which covers Climatology that intersects with Carbon cycle, Carbon sink, Climate change and Global warming.
Dale H. Vitt has included themes like Ecosystem and Growing season in his Bog study. His study in Ecology focuses on Paludification in particular. His Boreal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spatial ecology, Poor fen, Nutrient and Acrotelm.
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Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments
Fossil Carbon/Nitrogen Ratios as a Measure of Peat Decomposition
The relationships of vegetation to surface water chemistry and peat chemistry in fens of Alberta, Canada
Plant Ecology (1990)
Spatial and temporal trends in carbon storage of peatlands of continental western Canada through the Holocene
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2000)
A Database and Synthesis of Northern Peatland Soil Properties and Holocene Carbon and Nitrogen Accumulation
Julie Loisel;Zicheng Yu;David W. Beilman;Philip Camill.
The Holocene (2014)
Current disturbance and the diminishing peatland carbon sink
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Climate-related changes in peatland carbon accumulation during the last millennium
D. J. Charman;D. W. Beilman;M. Blaauw;R. K. Booth.
Growth, Production, and Decomposition Dynamics of Sphagnum under Natural and Experimentally Acidified Conditions
Plants of the Western Boreal Forest and Aspen Parkland
Development of Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in boreal continental Canada
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