Peat, Hydrology, Water content, Sphagnum and Bog are his primary areas of study. The Peat study combines topics in areas such as Boreal, Soil water, Biogeochemical cycle, Drainage and Mulch. His Hydrology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Hydraulic conductivity.
His Water content research incorporates elements of Moisture, Soil science and Ecohydrology. His studies deal with areas such as Sensible heat, Evaporation, Meteorology, Latent heat and Dispersion as well as Bog. His Water table study combines topics in areas such as Vadose zone and Bulk density.
Jonathan S. Price mainly focuses on Peat, Hydrology, Water table, Bog and Wetland. His research integrates issues of Hydraulic conductivity, Soil science, Soil water and Drainage in his study of Peat. His work in Bog tackles topics such as Surface runoff which are related to areas like Water balance and Surface water.
His work deals with themes such as Swamp, Boreal, Salinity and Ecosystem, which intersect with Wetland. The study incorporates disciplines such as Moisture and Vegetation in addition to Water content. His Sphagnum research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Moss and Mulch.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Peat, Hydrology, Wetland, Water table and Boreal. The various areas that Jonathan S. Price examines in his Peat study include Hydraulic conductivity, Soil science, Soil water, Salinity and Environmental chemistry. His research in Soil science intersects with topics in Multiphase flow and Sphagnum.
Jonathan S. Price integrates many fields, such as Hydrology and Oil sands, in his works. His Wetland research incorporates themes from Watershed, Ecotone and Ecosystem. In his research, Vegetation is intimately related to Water content, which falls under the overarching field of Water table.
His primary areas of study are Peat, Hydrology, Water table, Wetland and Groundwater recharge. His Peat research includes themes of Hydraulic conductivity, Soil water and Geotechnical engineering. His study connects Boreal and Hydrology.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Water table, Eddy covariance are connected with Mulch, Lysimeter and Vapour Pressure Deficit and other disciplines. His Wetland study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Watershed, Salinity and Precipitation. His Hydrology study which covers Surface runoff that intersects with Sensible heat.
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Hydrological processes in abandoned and restored peatlands: An overview of management approaches
J. S. Price;A. L. Heathwaite;A. J. Baird.
Wetlands Ecology and Management (2003)
Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport: A review update for geochemists
Fereidoun Rezanezhad;Jonathan S. Price;William L. Quinton;Bernd Lennartz.
Chemical Geology (2016)
Importance of shrinkage and compression in determining water storage changes in peat: the case of a mined peatland
Jonathan S. Price;Susanne M. Schlotzhauer.
Hydrological Processes (1999)
Soil moisture, water tension, and water table relationships in a managed cutover bog
Journal of Hydrology (1997)
Role and character of seasonal peat soil deformation on the hydrology of undisturbed and cutover peatlands
Jonathan S. Price.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Energy and moisture considerations on cutover peatlands: surface microtopography, mulch cover and Sphagnum regeneration
Jonathan Price;Line Rochefort;Francois Quinty.
Ecological Engineering (1998)
Soil water flow dynamics in a managed cutover peat field, Quebec: Field and laboratory investigations
Susanne M. Schlotzhauer;Jonathan S. Price.
Water Resources Research (1999)
Hydrology and microclimate of a partly restored cutover bog, Quebec
Jonathan S. Price.
Hydrological Processes (1996)
Effect of water table drawdown on peatland dissolved organic carbon export and dynamics
M. Strack;J. M. Waddington;R. A. Bourbonniere;R. A. Bourbonniere;E. L. Buckton.
Hydrological Processes (2008)
EFFECT OF PEATLAND DRAINAGE, HARVESTING, AND RESTORATION ON ATMOSPHERIC WATER AND CARBON EXCHANGE
J. M. Waddington;J. S. Price.
Physical Geography (2000)
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