Her main research concerns Peat, Bog, Hydrology, Ombrotrophic and Poor fen. Jill L. Bubier interconnects Biomass, Atmospheric sciences, Ecosystem respiration, Subarctic climate and Wetland in the investigation of issues within Peat. Her Biomass research incorporates elements of Botany and Sphagnum.
Jill L. Bubier has included themes like Environmental chemistry and Carbon dioxide in her Hydrology study. Her study in Ombrotrophic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ecosystem and Growing season. Her studies in Ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Nutrient and Agronomy.
Jill L. Bubier spends much of her time researching Peat, Bog, Hydrology, Ombrotrophic and Nutrient. Her work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Ecosystem and Atmospheric sciences, which intersect with Peat. As part of the same scientific family, Jill L. Bubier usually focuses on Atmospheric sciences, concentrating on Methane and intersecting with Subarctic climate.
Her Bog research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ecosystem respiration and Agronomy, Growing season. In her research on the topic of Hydrology, Biomass is strongly related with Carbon dioxide. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Permafrost, Boreal and Atmospheric methane.
Jill L. Bubier mainly focuses on Peat, Nutrient, Bog, Environmental chemistry and Carbon sink. Her Peat research incorporates themes from Carbon cycle, Ecosystem, Agronomy and Greenhouse gas. Her study in the fields of Nutrient cycle under the domain of Nutrient overlaps with other disciplines such as Mycorrhizal fungi.
Her primary area of study in Bog is in the field of Ombrotrophic. The Ombrotrophic study combines topics in areas such as Decomposition and Methane. She has researched Carbon sink in several fields, including Nitrogen deposition, Environmental resource management and Water resource management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Peat, Environmental chemistry, Bog, Carbon sink and Ecosystem. Her Peat research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Decomposition and Carbon cycle. Her Decomposition study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Ombrotrophic.
Her Carbon cycle study incorporates themes from Earth system science, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Greenhouse gas. Her Phosphorus metabolism research covers fields of interest such as Atmospheric methane, Nitrogen cycle and Nutrient.
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Contemporary carbon balance and late Holocene carbon accumulation in a northern peatland
Nigel T. Roulet;Peter M. Lafleur;Pierre J. H. Richard;Pierre J. H. Richard;Tim R. Moore.
Global Change Biology (2007)
Plant biomass and production and CO2 exchange in an ombrotrophic bog
Tim R. Moore;Jill L. Bubier;Steve E. Frolking;Peter M. Lafleur.
Journal of Ecology (2002)
Controls on CH4 emissions from a northern peatland
L. M. Bellisario;J. L. Bubier;T. R. Moore;J. P. Chanton.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1999)
Interannual variability in the peatland-atmosphere carbon dioxide exchange at an ombrotrophic bog
Peter M. Lafleur;Nigel T. Roulet;Jill L. Bubier;Steve Frolking.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2003)
Northern fens: methane flux and climatic change
Nigel Roulet;Tim Moore;Jill Bubier;Peter Lafleur.
Tellus B (1992)
A synthesis of methane emissions from 71 northern, temperate, and subtropical wetlands
Merritt R. Turetsky;Agnieszka Kotowska;Jill Bubier;Nancy B. Dise.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Ecological controls on methane emissions from a Northern Peatland Complex in the zone of discontinuous permafrost, Manitoba, Canada
Jill L. Bubier;Tim R. Moore;Lianne Bellisario;Neil T. Comer.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1995)
Spatial and Temporal Variability in Growing-Season Net Ecosystem Carbon Dioxide Exchange at a Large Peatland in Ontario, Canada
Jill L. Bubier;Gaytri Bhatia;Tim R. Moore;Nigel T. Roulet.
The relationship of vegetation to methane emission and hydrochemical gradients in northern peatlands.
Jill L. Bubier.
Journal of Ecology (1995)
METHANE EMISSIONS FROM WETLANDS IN THE MIDBOREAL REGION OF NORTHERN ONTARIO, CANADA'
J. L. Bubier;T. R. Moore;N. T. Roulet.
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